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Coalesce's sound is difficult to describe; it's not quite hardcore punk, not quite alternative metal, not quite grindcore or death metal — just extreme and furiously chaotic. But, at the same time, 012: Revolution in Just Listening is quite musical, its progressive song structures and odd time signatures revealing themselves more and more with each listen. The band negotiates its tricky compositions with chops to burn, delivering ferociously cathartic performances underscored by the assaultive yet textured noise of their instrumental work. Occasional sections can wander away from the focused intensity of the majority of the album, but overall, 012: Revolution in Just Listening rewards attentive listening.

Biography

Formed: Kansas City, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Coalesce's music has consistently pushed the boundaries of the hardcore and metal genres, forging a mind-boggling obsession with strange, shifting tempos with power, noise, groove, and a creativity paralleled only by the band's peers in Dillinger Escape Plan and Botch. The origins of Coalesce can be traced back to a band called Breach — a group not to be confused with the European outfit that shares their name. Breach formed in January of 1994 with Jes Steineger on guitar, Stacy Hilt on bass,...
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