shut your hate
|NAGYREV : "UnBearable Verity" self-produced nagyrev|
review by Sara De Vita____
metal is the structure of this work by Nagyrev, a female band that
reapprises the concept of “modern metal” extrapolating very personal
Verity” is an interesting and diverse work that evolves among stout
and cadenced riffs, thus creating a sort of hypnotic pattern for the
listener; a hypnotic effect that, particularly in “Shut Your Hate”,
is carried on in a very sharp way, thanks in particular to a very good
game of rhythms that supports a guitar with a round and smooth sound,
jointing into the extremisms of the vocal work, creating an astonishing
and satisfying slow down of the work.
You” is a song that, in contrast with the previous “Shut Your
Hate”, shows a vocal work that “rebounds” on rhythms and
guitars, developing a sort of malicious game among the musicians!!!
aggressive song, giving out a sense of subtle and studied wickedness
fading into a final slow down re-echoing of doom metal, clearly pointing
out to the very good musical background for this band.
Nothing is left to chance in “UnBearAble Verity”, not even the cover “Cornflake’s Girl”, completely reworked, remodeled and worn in full Nagyrev style, so that becomes “Cornflake’s Grrl”…true genius. Or is it?
cd goes towards the end with “Cynic” that carries typical
“nu” sounds, proposing a vocal line oriented towards a death style
that is not out of place, and in fact adds precious style to an already
a very good debut for this Italian band that with this work is making
the seams (we hope) of a very good musical future.
Sara De Vita
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