Terebelams time Has come
The power of Terebelam is something that's extraordinary for the audio senses. It has a unique way of cooking substance with noise and art with terror. Relative to a sound machine, as louder as it can get and as liberal as it can be. Now, you know already about their audio-factor. That's only half the story.
Terebelam is nothing new in the industry. It has garnered fans from Texas to the Philippines and everywhere on the Internet. The line-up is actually interesting soon as you get to hear the whole album. You'd be anxious to find out who the hellmakers are behind the vampiric treat . The vocals of The Lash isn't a foolish babble nor a silly nibble. Every utterance is dark, every hellish gobble twists, every scream torments, every sound loads energy, and every accent defies the power of anguish and rage. There's a strong gravitational power within the pitches and attitude. Zandretta displays a noticeable clever preference for chemistry of sound as he invades the Vampire Night with his guitar.
Interesting about their music is the different approach for heavy metal music. There's a totally delightful component found within and a fascination for additive, industrial flavors. It's made up of a full-loaded feast, wildness and generosity to the inspirations of suffering, pain, agony, hate and other dolorous stuff that would leave the air and ground unstable all vampire-night long.
Anybody but you phenominal
The dark, sultry, industrial hard rock track “Anybody But You” from Goth infusion act Terebelam is a song that lives and breathes soul and groove reminiscent of classic Guns N Roses, The Cult, Soundgarden, and KMFDM. The noticeable industrial overtones, while actually quite prevalent, pale in comparison to the articulate late 80's into early 90's hard rock vibes of the song.
Terebelam, hailing from Canada, have created an unexpected treat with “Anybody But You.” This is a song style that has often been replicated (especially back in the late 90's) solely with synth and badly dubbed female vocals who were only brought on to the project because they were hot and dressed in pleather. On “Anybody But You,” though, we are presented with a full band of musicians who create an organic rock vibe and a worthy, wholesome product. Perhaps the highlight of “Anybody But You” is the unique voice of Author Steuart, who drives the organic aspects of the song in contrast to the cold, artificial, industrial side of Terebelam. This is a wonderful contrast that is the epicenter of the originality and effectiveness of the band.
“Anybody But You” is a great starting point, and solid promotional single for the band. It has commercial appeal based on the layers of influences from successful rock musicians of past eras, and it resonates with solid musicianship and singing that adds legitimacy to their act instead of completing 75% of the project on Pro Tools. If Terebelam has orchestrated a full album of individually unique songs, it will undoubtedly be a hit in the underground.