Heavier music and deeper growls equal the perfect storm, and TDWP unexpectedly nail it. Even if you are not a fan of TDWP, you are not going to want to miss this. If this is any indication of where TDWP will be heading on their next full-length album, the sky will be the limit. Zombie EP has it all; great music, great vocals deep growls, screams, and clean vocals , some great sound effects, creepy piano pieces, other ambient sounds, and even a news story that warns of humanity’s possible end. Integrated piano riffs haunt the background of several tracks.
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His applied range has increased, leaping from high sweeps to abysmal lows much more profoundly than in the past.
In addition, his mid to high outnumbeed have slid just in between his usual rasp and a hardcore yell, adding considerable flavor to the band’s vocal-heavy format.
Music Out This Week. Within the fiery fusillade is a noticeable upgrade to Hranica’s vocals. They let the old flame burn as his voice soars sky-high, but there is new and notably successful experimentation taking place as well.
Apart from the fact that Mike Hranica’s vocals are almost completely indecipherable without a list of lyrics at your nose, the concept for this album is a outbumbered joke. Moving on to “Anatomy,” try to hold on to your hats, folks.
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Hranica tells it like it is and the lyrics come off more like a novel than a song. However, the final track, “Survivor” regales us with a tale of ” one of the last few standing ;” a specific man’s story of loss and loneliness.
Don’t expect to listen and understand what is being said; you are going to want the lyric sheet to read as the story unfolds. These boys aren’t stupid; they’re just having a bit of fun.
Even if you are not a fan of TDWP, you are not going to want to miss this. This is essentially all you need to know. If this is any indication of where TDWP will be heading on their next full-length album, the sky will be the limit.
The EP is a perfect length and will easily be one of the most fun releases of the summer. The only theme here is zombies, so don’t expect to hear any spiritual lyrics of any kind. A thunder storm introduces the lunacy that awaits, but the phrase “full tilt” has grown a whole new meaning with the opening track, “Escape.
Even with the staggering improvement of With Roots Above and Branches Below behind them, they manage to take the good and make it better. The Zombie EP packs a heck of a punch in a very accessible amount of time, and conjures up very good feelings about Pdada future endeavors.
The effect is putnumbered, don’t you worry. They bring more impressive and more aggressive guitars as well as some vocals you’ve never heard from singer, Mike Ojtnumbered. There is no poetry involved here either. And believe it or not, there is a story.
The Devil Wears Prada, “Zombie EP” Review
Wear sneak up from nowhere and intense buildups descend into pretty choruses. In a wise method of improvement, they take popular influence on this album, infusing Slayer-esque guitar riffs and admittedly Hatebreed-like speed and tempo.
They keep us on our toes. Last fall, I was on a real zombie kick. Breakdowns abound, but by no means do they hold the music’s momentum.
Expanded and improved showmanship and musicianship are a key deivl to be sure, but it’s the passion fueling a nearly satirical album that daunts me. Heavier music and deeper growls equal the perfect storm, and TDWP unexpectedly nail it. The seriousness of the music remains intact, nevertheless.
By “Revival,” you should have heard a few tastes of guitarist Jeremy DePoyster’s well known clean vocals.
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The band has turned up the heat for this 5-track romp through zombieland. They go te the gold in brutality. Integrated piano riffs haunt the background of several tracks. Are you ready for the coming zombie apocalypse?