Uniform - Shame
Sep 13, 2020
85
Melts-your-face-off-core.

New York's own Uniform (an industrial-noise rock band that's been making quite some -- ahem -- "noise" in the scene haha) apparently drops the drum machine from their last few albums and instead has live drum instrumentation. What happens is a sheer bangerfest of doom and hate that admittedly sounds muddy on headphones, but like, does that really matter...?

The dark pessimism and rage of the album works best as an in-the-moment catharsis that reveals itself with its shouty vocals and thunderous guitars and bass, and I think that fact is helped by the one that this album's one flaw is that it's not really memorable. Still, I'm really impressed with this one and it's honestly an album I'll come back to again and again.

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