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Released: 2009, Independent
Reviewer: Alan Gilkeson
Kyrielle are an unsigned band out of Sweden, playing a mixture of Emo-Core, Nu-Core, and Death Metal, sounding at times pretentious, but mostly just weak. Most of this 'album' is disjointed, not played in time, and predictable. Unfortunately for them, they believe this is listenable. It is not. It's horrible.
First of all, the guy can not sing. They've have some Death Metal parts, and those are fine, but the clean vocal are just so horrible, out of tune and unnatural, not to mention the guy doesn't really fit well into the song, at times sounding like he's singing another song completely. The guitars are slower than the drums and you can barely hear the bass. The musicians just aren't that good, trying unsuccessfully to play together as a unit, but nothing fits.
A Kyrielle is actually a poem of rhymes with eight syllable lines. It's very small and yet when done well can fit a lot of info in those lines. Kyrielle the band over dramatize everything and the songs feel like an endless barrage of nonsense. The disc drags on forever without any idea where it's going. At times it sounds like H.I.M. minus a good singer, other times KORN, minus a singer and band.
01. G.I.N.H (Intro)
02. Beneath the Surface
Vincent : Bass
Julius : Drums
Kaz : Guitar
Yuki : Guitar
Freddy : Vocals
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