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Orphan

Gridlink

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Reseña de álbum

The second album by former Discordance Axis vocalist Jon Chang's new grindcore project proves that the group's breathtaking debut, Amber Gray, was no fluke. Longer than its predecessor by one song and 23 seconds (12 tracks in 12:08 as opposed to 11 in 11:47), Orphan is every bit as intense as the last disc, but even more musically accomplished — and yes, musical accomplishment is very much a consideration in grindcore. GridLink's take on the hyperspeed, ultra-compressed metal subgenre has the intricacy of thrash, especially with king of grindcore drummers Bryan Fajardo (Kill the Client, Phobia, Noisear) in the back, but there's still room for dual guitar interplay worthy of Judas Priest (courtesy of Japanese axeman Takafumi Matsubara, who's also in Chang's other band Hayaino Daisuki, and former Discordance Axis guitarist Steve Procopio) and neck-snapping left turns. Chang himself has evolved as a vocalist, employing his trademark high-pitched shriek quite a bit as always but also dipping into a lower register at times, to dramatic effect. When it's all over, you'll look around, vaguely dazed, wondering what just happened: the sign of truly great grind.

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One of the best grindcore albums ever.

Gridlink plays grindcore better than just about any band I have ever heard. Both extremely technical and structure, and just ridiculously fast, short, and brutal. The whole album clocks in at just over 12 minutes, but don't let that dissuade you, this is absolutely worth the purchase, and you will want to listen to the whole thing again and again. Every facet here is great, but this is one of those grindcore albums where I *really* enjoyed the vocal performance of Jon Chang of Discordance Axis 'fame' (I find a lot of grindcore bands have rather average vocalists). This is one of the best grindcore albums of the 2000s and only loses out to Discordance Axis' Inalienable Dreamless, and mostly just based on being half the length (arguably a strength but given how short they both are I'm subtracting for it). Still one of the best gc albums ever.

Listening to this makes my ears hurt

Jesus christ. My god. Holy lucifer. Dont listen if you are a strong christian

Orphan, Gridlink
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  • $9.99
  • Géneros: Rock, Música, Metal
  • Publicado: 29/03/2011

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