New Levels New Devils

Polyphia - New Levels New Devils
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 152 ratings
2018 Ratings: #197
October 12, 2018 / Release Date
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Equal Vision / Label
Math Rock / Genres
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Metal Injection

Polyphia have hit a new high on New Levels New Devils. They’ve developed a style that’s as intense as it is fresh, something you could use to tempt the pop fans in your life down the dirty road that leads to heavier things.

Metal Sucks

New Levels New Devils​ might not be considered a full-on metal release, but if you’re a fan of The Most Hated​, you’ll probably go apeshit over ​New Levels New Devils​ ... New Levels New Devils​ is catchy and fun to listen to.

The Needle Drop

Polyphia comes through with a tight and versatile modern math rock album.

Essentially "dubstepping" the most headache inducing elements from Dance Gavin tier Warped-Tour core garbage, "New Levels New Devils" puts on a great show for people who still wear shants in 2018, wherever they are.

This album is full of very obnoxious guitar tones, needlessly technical and mathy riffs and production with no tasteful musical breaks ever, and just a complete lack of real deviation to permit itself to be called math rock. It's technical post-rock, really. ... read more
This is surprisingly so fun to listen to as a background album
EDIT: gave it a relisten. definitely upped the rating. its a sick album
instrumental bands dont really catch my attention because i get bored easy even though im supposed to "appreciate the music" but new levels new devils was pretty good.
fun stuff you know? but for some reason i dont catch this dubstep influence. either that or i just dont remember it.
anyways, a pretty sick album. need to give it more listens and see if it grows on me.


edit: yeah nevermind, reheard the other ... read more
This is nasty!!! Never heard this band before or even come across my radar but this is a sick introduction their music. Not quite heard a math rock be this good in quite some time. This new album of theirs takes a whole heap of genres and mashed into one. I can definitely see more prog-rock influence into this album than ever one band that comes to mind with is YES with the 3rd track "Death Note". The albums sounds fresh and sparks life into the dying math-rock genre. I hope this band ... read more
How has this not gotten more traction? Math Rock with prog elements + great musicianship + TRAP AND EDM ELEMENTS
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Added on: October 10, 2018