2. Lows of Crime
3. Your Blood
5. Sooth Sayer
|UN-KIND: "Hurts to the Core" un-kind Vacation House|
review by Sara "Shadow Lady" De Vita____
very cadenced nu-metal developing on very good ideas proposed in massive
doses of tempo variations, rounded and surrounding bass riffs and a
driving drum work, relentlessly hammering.
riffs of guitar oppose to “musical movement” more articulated and
various. Interesting indeed is the vocal interpretation of Cid that goes
in a sort of symbiosis with the strings of his guitar and his throat.
This is “Veil”, the first song of Hurts To The Core by
band's style is delineated enough in “Lows Of Crime”:
rhythmic riffs that scratch the vinyl plane of an overbearing and
incisive drumming. A heavy and aggressive sound,
with a fluid and modulate bass work supporting the rhythm of hammering
drums, recreating a sonic chaos that confuses and pleases.
good ideas, yet only partly developed. Un-Kind’s music is a musical
embryo that has yet to develop in full, but that carries inside all the
power to become a true revelation.
is shown in “Your Blood” and “Voices”, songs in
which the band unbalance itself, proposing a more evolutive (and
sometimes deaftonian) sound, managing to recreate a good heterogeneity
of rhythm and cadenced guitar work are a reference for the vocals, in an
optimal musical assemblage.
this point of the work, the band raises the stakes, remarking the more
rhythmic and aggressive sound, where riffs are machine gun bullets and
the voice is the air they cleave as they hit their mark, we... target of
their musical intentions.
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