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THE WORLD INSIDE

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster

Experimental/Post Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2021

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Machinations (8:09)
2. The World Inside (9:08)
3. Presynaptic (4:15)
4. Truth Escapes (8:14)
5. Postsynaptic (10:41)
6. Apocryphal (10:00)

Total Time 50:27

Line-up / Musicians

- Ben Wilsker / drums
- Tom Granica / bass
- Andrea Longo / guitar, synths
- Drew Vernon / guitar, synths, vocals

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LP/CD/Digital album, Self-released, bandcamp

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Review by Rivertree
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4 stars I'm a stringent follower of this disaster :-) band since years. Definitely appreciate their appealing blend of post metal and psychedelic respectively space rock. This is provided with a rather amazing compositional approach. Apparently they can't go wrong. Often enough it may sound like pure jamming, but I'm sure it's not, in general. The particular songs are relatively extended, where they are consistently serving a gripping theme as well as some alternating variety, predominantly when it comes to the twin guitars. Over the years Drew Vernon (guitar, synths) and Tom Granica (bass) are making the band's core, the driving force. Second guitarist Adam Paul has left the band, was substituted by Andrea Longo, who is also adding some synthesizer contributions. And then Ben Wilsker has entered the crew in 2016, probably also known while playing the drums for the band Crippled Black Phoenix in the same way.

'The World Inside' is comprised of six songs. Now this is their fourth regular release in the meanwhile, where we have a six year gap to notice concerning their previous album. Well, the conceptual context, as in most cases, as nearly expected, they are dealing with something moral-philosophical, self- and society reflecting. It's hip somehow, though often enough only scratching the surface. Regularly I don't care much about that. However, musically this album is a new revelation for sure. On one side they are delivering a lovely atmospheric ambience, though alternatively also huge post rock guitar walls, quasi in the next moment. Machinations showcases a melancholic synthesizer drenched intro, and a swinging mood, but later they are going metal with crashing guitars. And yes, on the gorgeous Truth Escapes we will experience vocals (Drew Vernon), yeah! Still not a major purpose, moreover succeeded, it's more than at the experimental stage. The final Apocryphal offers some rage, but overall you will get a melodic and atmospheric issue. Accessible for the common listener, do not await death or avant metal here.

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