Short But Sweet, Polite And Respectful #3
This soon to be released split will be the first output from 5 headed screamo collective Trueth, which features members of WCOLT, Crows-An-Wra and Boxkite. The remaining songs of the split are contributed by Healing Powers and Akallabêth. The 3-way-split will be released on 12’’ through collaboration of Wolf Town, Boslevan Records and Get Into It Records. Can’t wait to get my hands on this one.
Tapestry is a three piece emotional rock band from Singapore throwing you back to times right between I Hate Myself, American Football and The Get Up Kids. The band’s 2 track EP “An invisible boundary, a set distance” is rollercoaster ride of hope, despair and longing, perfectly painted by the jingling guitars, drums that roam from reservation to uproar and a voice caught in-between melody and brokenness.
“And when February comes I'll be alone again. So alone.”
For this release Human Hands teamed up with “Mars To Stay” from Wales. While the sound of Human Hands can be described as rough, sometimes reminding me of Indian Summer the sound of the Welshmen is a lot more calmer. “Rot” by Human Hands, which opens the split is characterized by the pulsating bass and drums, sometimes punctuated with distorted guitars and desperate screams. The gloomy “In memoriam” which can be found on side B seems like the perfect counterpart. Accomplished combination.
Moro is a screamo fourpiece hailing from Hamburg, Germany. With “L’Alpe d’Huez” they just released their first song ever. It’s intense and heavy, musically reminding me of classy 90’s screamo. Listening to “L’Alpe d’Huez” definitely gives you a vague idea of the potential this band has. As you can read on their bandcamp page this song will be part of their debut EP “entrüsted”, which will be released later on.
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