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Drowningman - Busy Signal At The Suicide Hotline

Hydra Head, 1998, CD, Vinyl, Coloured Vinyl

This was another band in the 90s that was pushing the boundaries. It's kinda a mix of a few styles but I guess you could talk about this term "math rock" or "math core". Like an almost jazzy, discordant to and fro. Often chaotic and off-kilter with many non-standard chords and progressions and song structures. Some other bands were doing this of course but they were quite accomplished and not so lo-fi. Quite arty.

I think their later stuff is better, as from what I remember it has more interesting melodies thrown in as opposed to this which is mainly just a jarring, albeit sophisticated rockout.

Reviewed by indigo on 21-11-2013

Keywords : mathcore noise rock

This record rated by users : 3.5 ( out of 5 ) from 1 votes.