Under Static Movement – The Mirror

Rating: 4/5
Distributor/label: Self- Produced
Distributor/label [URL]: N/A
Released: 2016
Buy Album: goo.gl/kuvVSd

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Band line-up:

J.P. – vocals
Riku – guitar
Nik – drums
Fede – bass
Bone – guitar

Tracklistings:

1. Death By Lobotomy
2. Falls From Grey
3. Mezcal
4. Put Your Finger Inside
5. Seven
6. Still Laying
7. The Solution

Review:

After finally finding their feet since originally combining forces in 2007, Under Static Movement are back with their most recent release The Mirror. Having previously released a number of EPs and having built a strong touring portfolio it is safe to say that Under Static Movement are swiftly going from strength to strength.

Combining elements of traditional metal, along with rugged riffage; beefy breakdowns and memorable melodies, this album also marks a very important milestone for these modern metallers as they have since signed a deal with Atomic Stuff Promotions.

This angsty album is strong from the off, beginning with the opening track “Death by Lobotomy”, the energy is consistently high throughout. This 7-track, self-produced album is raw with emotion and each of the tracks brings passion and a plethora of musical elements to the table.

Immersed amongst the industrial and punk undertones, technical tremolo riffs and blast-beat drums create a deep and diverse sound. It’s rare to find a modern metal band which are able to write and produce an album with both an original yet timeless sound.

Incorporating racy riffs; gnarly vocals and strong polyrhythm’s drumbeats, this album is addictive and a pleasure to listen to.

Review by: Pixee
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