When Death Comes by Band w/o Band: Review
The outrageous multi-instrumentalist Band w/o Band makes an electrifying comeback with the single “When Death Comes” released last June. A wickedly talented artist, freshly debuted last year, band w/o band never ceases to woo the audience and the critics alike, with wholehearted acclaim for his rusty vocal arrangement, unapologetic production fused with electric guitar riffs and a strong ambience. He raises a toast to celebrate nihilism, darkness and death in this brand new single.
“You sing a lullaby
And it sounds like someone cries
With your wide open eyes
You’re trying to paralyze
I just wanna live
Cause I can’t forgive.”
His lyrics’ philosophy includes being comprehensible, relatable and memorable by all the classic Metal & Post Grunge fans. Throughout the track, we can definitely see that the production is incredibly cohesive, which can be explained because it was directed by solely one person. This ensures that the song acquires flawless production, an incredible amount of hard work and elaborateness in band w/o band’s work ethic. What even excites me more about the track is its apocalyptic ambience, which I am sure that the Slipknot fans would not miss out this one-in-a-lifetime multi-talent. In recent memory, this is one of the tracks that heightens my adrenaline rush while experiencing the track itself. Without a doubt, Band w/o Band is gradually solidifying his groundwork in the Metal/Post-Grunge scene with care, and we are all here to anticipate what his next move is going to be.
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Review by: Maxime Cronenberg