Country: Italy
Title: The Great Hart
Label: Agoge Records
Year: 2018
Style: Dub Metal

They label their style as Dub Metal, but to me it's a straight up Metalcore with various influences, indeed, but still Metalcore. This is the band's debut album, a 9 tracks effort clocking a bit over half an hour of playing time, a mix between Metalcore as the backbone structure of their music and Nu Metal, Rap Metal, Electro and Alternative Metal, quite varied I'd say, yet at the same time well directed and targeted, it sounds like the band, although at its debut, know exactly where they want to reach and how they want to do it. It's an impressive debut, with plenty of stuff to discover, both influenced by the old-school Nu-Metal (you can already say there's an old-school of Nu Metal) and the new forms of mixing Rap and Metal, and it sounds pretty good for a profane like I am. What I find interesting is although the band is Italian the singer has an English accent and gives that English tone to the music overall, not sure if this is good or not, but it's an interesting thing I had to point out. The band probably needs more catchy choruses in their music, but overall this is a promising debut album.
Reviewed by Adrian
Rating: -/10