|Uniform / Wake In Fright|
|Album:||Wake In Fright||Collection:||Out for Review|
|Label:||Sacred Bones Records|
|Add Date:||2017-06-08||Pull Date:||2017-08-10||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||6 Aug||9 Jul||18 Jun||11 Jun|
|1.||Jul 31, 2017:||deep storage |
|3.||Jun 14, 2017:||Magnetized Toner: After Hours |
|2.||Jul 06, 2017:||Neural facilitation |
|4.||Jun 09, 2017:||The Lord's Last Supper |
The Light At The End (Cause)
Uniform have certainly chosen the right style to articulate their pessimism. Clanging metal-on-metal, palm-muted riffs and unrelenting drum beats are ample tools to fashion a machine of apocalyptic torment. Wake in Fright isn’t much removed from the duo’s previous records. Blown-red synthetic kicks and cracks pummel away, while guitars scrape and pound with a grindcore intensity. Terrifying and violent, Wake in Fright is a perfectly logical response to the state of the world.|
Metal Noise, Industrial.
Like: Prurient, NIN, Destruction Unit, Gnod
Recommend to play: 2, 4, 5
FCC on tracks: 1, 4, 7,
1.Tabloid (3:15) Total Chaos, screaming vocals, repetitive guitars.
2.Habit (4:30) Squealing, pulsing horror show cold feedback, anemic percussion. bitter vocals.
3.The Lost (4:49) Industrial Pop, like a hardcore Cold Cave song.
4.The Light at the End (Cause) (4:36) Most relentless track, loss of control vocals jackhammer oppressive drums.
5.The Killing of America (4:04) A positively filthy riff that buzzes like a swarm of vituperative wasps (like a Slayer)
6.Bootlicker (5:03) Thrash gets locked into a snarling loop.
7.Night of Fear (5:01) claustrophobic slow-burner with military drums.
8.The Light at the End (Effect) (5:52) Experimental noise piece with spoken vocals.
|1.||Tabloid||5.||The Killing Of America|
|3.||The Lost||7.||Night Of Fear|
|4.||The Light At The End (Cause)||8.||The Light At The End (Effect)|