Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Full Length Review: Anguere "Descrença" (Independent) by Corban Skipwith

Band: Anguere
Location: Rio Claro
Country: Brazil
Genre: Death metal, hardcore
Full Length: Descrença
Format: Digital album
Label: Independent
Release date: November 5, 2021
Well, album time again. What could we possibly be in store for now? How about a late 2021 metal drop? Because here we have it, eight new tracks to about.
So, after listening to this thing I came to one obvious conclusion (this record is batshit crazy) for many reasons.
First of all the sound, what I hear here is a strange hybrid between Nu Metal, Garage and Punk? It’s very interesting combinations at work here.
I feel that industrial/Hip Hop vibe from the Nu, that rough around the edges, lo quality aesthetic coming from the garage and then maniac, edgy and crude instrumentation and vocal performances representing the punk.
Secondly, there’s a strange evil or crazy laughter being injected into almost every track as a recurring theme at this point, it will pop up randomly from the start sometimes to the end of tracks, in between there’s really no consistency involved but I suppose it does give the album a ‘psychotic’ edge to the album which I suppose for a record like this it fits in well.
All eight tracks feel like a work of ‘controlled chaos’ I can hear the unity and technicality behind the madness but also feel the explosion, creativity and spontaneous workings of a madman all working in one. If you’re looking for an album that’s equal parts unpredictable and technical then this is the one for you! It’s got enough surprises to last a lifetime and it’s got just the right amount of metal to keep all you metalheads satisfied! -Corban Skipwith

Thiago Soares
Cleber Roccon
Ricardo Santos
Pedro Amaro Giachetti

Track list:
1. Mete o Loko
2. A 7 Palmos
3. Garotão do Papai (Feat. Dir Jay)
4. Truculência
5. I.M.I. (Instituto Medico Ilegal)
6. Roleta Russa
7. A Casa Caiu
8. Maloka Walmir (Feat. Leonardo/Injúria)
9. Truculência (Versão Oficial Vídeo)

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