Tuesday, October 29, 2013

East Of The Wall "Redaction Artifacts"

Country: USA
Sub GenrePost Metal, Progressive Metal, Sludge
LabelTranslation Loss Records
Release dateOctober 29, 2013
1. Solving The Correspondence Problem (2:12)
2. I'm Always Fighting Drago (5:46)
3. Obfuscator Dye (4:59)
4. The Fractal Canopy (8:14)
5. Arbiters Meet (4:56)
6. Third-Person Camera (5:57)
7. Excessive Convulsive (5:57)
8. The Methuselah Tree (1:59)
9. A Negligible Senescence (3:32)
10. Redaction Artifacts (10:07)
11. Noir Filter (1:07)

Seth Rheam - Drums
Matt Lupo - Guitar, Vocals
Greg Kuter - Guitar, Vocals
Chris Alfano - Bass, Vocals
Ray Suhy - Guitar

Musically speaking, New Jersey’s East of the Wall are a pretty weird bunch. It might seem that the band deliberately takes on the purpose of perplexing listeners and antagonizing critics alike, because it’s rare to find a review of any of their past releases which doesn’t emphasize just how difficult it is to grasp their sound (our own reviews included). This difficulty stems from a number of factors, not the least of which is the quintet’s off-kilter approach to the three-guitar attack, or their eclectic blend of post-metal, prog, sludge, and post-hardcore. While it seems the band does take pride in this enigmatic nature, it is a role which has thus far taken the backseat to that of, y’know, making killer fucking music. This trend certainly continues on their latest album Redaction Artifacts. 
Read the full review by at heavyblogisheavy.com

Entire album online
Arbiters Meet
The Fractal Canopy

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