Beyond Description - A Road to a Brilliant Future - CD

Beyond Description - A Road to a Brilliant Future - CD

"Damn, talk about an ass kicking!  Japan's Beyond Description won me over right from the start with their unrelenting assault on the senses.  These guys unleash a vicious attack that combines brutal crust punk, grind, thrash, hardcore and just plain metal into one hell of a sound.  I just love the variety of sounds on this thing and how they manage to pack in a lot of cool little change-ups into the relatively short songs.  This is an excellent release from start to finish right up there with some of the best that Crimes Against Humanity has put out.  If you like Urban Raw Head (who share the same label), I highly recommend you check this one out.  If you dig that whole crossover crust/thrash sound that mixes in all kinds of different elements this is a must have.

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"Damn, talk about an ass kicking!  Japan's Beyond Description won me over right from the start with their unrelenting assault on the senses.  These guys unleash a vicious attack that combines brutal crust punk, grind, thrash, hardcore and just plain metal into one hell of a sound. The tracks are short and fast with no punches pulled. The riffs fly by quicker than a stealth bomber and every one of them is memorable, guaranteed to stick to your brain long after listening. The rhythm section is tight and keeps things nailed down while the vocals are mostly an excellent mid-ranged growl/scream with some gang style back up vocals going on at times.  I just love the variety of sounds on this thing and how they manage to pack in a lot of cool little change-ups into the relatively short songs. The guitar work is great and despite the riffs being fast as hell and mostly rooted in crust there's some great nods to classic metal here and there. There's some quick guitar leads in both "Belief" and "Wander" that are straight out of old school metal and the album has some really cool melodic elements going on as well. This is an excellent release from start to finish right up there with some of the best that Crimes Against Humanity has put out. If you like Urban Raw Head (who share the same label), I highly recommend you check this one out. If you dig that whole crossover crust/thrash sound that mixes in all kinds of different elements this is a must have.  Excellent release with a great layout and packaging."  (daredevil.de) 

 

 

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