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Corsair - Self-Titled

by Dory Khawand at 07 March 2013, 3:14 PM

How about we spice things up a little bit? Metal, Metal, more metal… We gotta get a little tired every once in a while. But let’s say you’re one to not listen to much genres, so how about an amalgamation of Metal, Rock, and Progressive? Mix new things in your salad and don’t be a pussy, because CORSAIR is bringing you such a treat with their self-titled album.

Unlike other experimental Rock / Metal albums, this one’s too loud with the bass and for most bass lovers; it’ll be equivalent to an ear ejaculation. Vocals, guitar delivery and everything are done in a very unique way. When I say that I mean, any lover of Rock, Metal, Indie, or Alternative will find this listen enjoyable. CORSAIR do not aim to entertain 1 crowd, they want their album to reach out to everyone and they have done a splendid job on their self-titled debut.

I’ve been spinning this record ever since I got it, and I highly recommend it as a refresher. Take a break from all that Thrash, Death, Power, or whatever race of Metal you are dedicated to and take a dip in the pool with CORSAIR for a while and chill. A very underrated release and shouldn’t go unnoticed, now go do your ears a favour and check them out. Peace!

4 Star Rating

1. Agathyrsi
2. Chaemera
3. Falconer
4. Gryphon Wing
5. Path of the Chosen Arrow
6. Mach
7. Of Kings and Cowards
8. The Desert
Jordan Brunk – Vocals, Bass
Marie Landragin – Vocals, Guitar
Paul Sebring – Vocals, Guitar
Aaron Lipscombe - Drums
Record Label: Shadow Kingdom Records


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