Will Preston

The Interbeings – The Edge of Obscure

by on Sep.14, 2011, under Albums, Music, Review

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Like a supernova explosion, The Interbeing is a celestial force to be reckoned with. The debut self titled album plays like a mix between a charged up Tool and the soundtrack to the most brutal space opera epic yet to be released. Between bouts of driving hardcore metal, there’s enough synth based weirdness to keep your ears pricked up with surprise.

Opening with a quasi-prog cyberpunk intro, this band sound like the future of metal. As soon as Pulse within the Paradox launches off, it’s hard to tear yourself away. Each track keeps hitting harder and harder like a meteor shower made of lead titanium.

From the machine grinding intro to Fields of Grey to the awe inspiring doomsday cry of Swallowing White Light, there is never a dull moment. Add soaring melodies with the irregular drum patterns from Meshuggah and you have one of the finest first entries from a metal band in the last five years.

The Interbeing take you to the edge of obscure and launch you over it.

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