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Days Of Jupiter - Panoptical

Days Of Jupiter
Panoptical
by Craig Rider at 01 December 2018, 6:12 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: DAYS OF JUPITER; signed via Metalville Records, hailing from Swedish grounds - performing Nu Metal, on their 4th album entitled: “Panoptical” (released 26th of October, 2018). Since formation in 2010; the band in question have 4 albums in their discography so far, I am introduced to their 4th album entitled: “Panoptical”. 12 tracks ranging at around 49:97; DAYS OF JUPITER arrange an intricately designed formula of heavy-hitting, Nu Metal developments. “Swallow” begins the record; conveying in a boistrously bouncy aesthetic, injecting infectiously organic substances of concretely gritty slabs of solid savagery. This here band contrasts with catchy grooviness, demonstrating diligently composed components in which distribute a wave of progressively technical persistency and primitively malicious manifestations. Amalgamating an atmospheric force of adrenaline-fueled flamboyancy, converged with hardened hymns of harmonically melodious ramifications.

Consisting of Jan Hilli on vocals; the frontman establishes clean pipes, culminated with distinctive roughness in the next song: “We All Die Young” experimenting with a conceptual songwriting design while creatively crafting inventively dynamic chaos with chugs of galloping mayhem for good measure. Complex, dexterous guitar duo Jörgen Hellström & Marcus Lindman embellish on constructively distinguished granduers of mid-tempo soundscapes in songs like “I Am Fuel” & “Why”. Layering profusely robust systematics that thump with blisteringly thunderous jumpiness, juxtaposed with rampaging stampedes of onslaughts that pound with subtle stability. Powerhouse drummer Magnus Larsson pummels his set with hasty hammering, battering with skillful slams in the titular track.

Black Hole” consistently captivates me while portraying seamlessly sonic vehemence; while audible bassist Janne Karlsson showcases uniquely unprecedented ultilizations, varying with versatile specialities. “Sons Of War” provides more proficient rhythms of meticulous results, supplying snappy and rapidly swift nimbleness infused with a fluidly polished sound production fabrication - one of the finer and notable tracks here. “The End Will Begin Again” advances with barraged bangs in which flourish with frolicking effectiveness like symphonic terror, while transitioned with a modernized twist and orchestral mastery… the vocals remind me a lot of DISTURBED’s David Draiman which I think everyone will agree on, as well as the instrumental musicianship – adaptable adept stuff here, with the Nu-Metal sub-genre standing strong.

Edge Of Everything” amplifies with aforementioned characteristics to the previous, which is mostly why this record gets a 7; the borderline foundation electrifies with finesse, short fused with samey similarities…still tinkering with rumbling salubriousness, however. “Shallow Side” anthems with ballad-esquire efficaciousness, divided into an elegantly exquisite chorus section that is performed with a professional manor. “Nine Tons Of Lies” balances crunchy riffs and solos with more channeling doses of enjoyably entertaining expertise, enticed with a silver lining of detailed flair. Overall concluding “Panoptical” with the finale track: “Thieves And Legend”, a sufficiently stunning end I will add – DAYS OF JUPITER rocked my eardrums, certainly outdoing themselves - definitely worth discovering.

Songwriting: 7
Memorability: 6
Originality: 8
Production: 8

3 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Swallow
2. We All Die Young
3. I Am Fuel
4. Why
5. Panoptical
6. Black Hole
7. Sons Of War
8. The End Will Begin Again
9. Edge Of Everything
10. Shallow Side
11. Nine Tons Of Lies
12. Thieves And Legend
Lineup:
Jan Hilli - Vocals
Jörgen Hellström - Guitar
Janne Karlsson - Bass
Magnus Larsson - Drums
Marcus Lindman - Guitar
Record Label: Metalville Records
     


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