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Deepfall - Broken

by Craig Rider at 30 November 2019, 11:31 PM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: DEEPFALL; signed via Pavement Entertainment, hailing from the United States of America - performing Rock, on their debut album entitled: "Broken" (released October 18th, 2019).

Since formation in 2015; the sextet in question have only this here debut album in their discography so far entitled: "Broken", 7 tracks ranging at around 26:45 - DEEPFALL arrange an intricately designed formula of heavy-hitting Rock developments. "Wasted" begins the record; conveying amplified adrenaline, boistrously bouncy crunchiness & catchy gnarliness barraged into a flamboyantly composed frenzy of harmonic hymns flaired with uniquely versatile vehemence. Distributing a concretely distinguished distinction of quintessential virtuosity, primitively robust melodies and a hardened execution of meticulous manifestations that flamboyantly craft diligently detailed attributes of rocking sublimity. The band establish an adroit composition, dosed into an immersively captivating groove that rivets with punchy tightness.

Consisting of Rich Hopkins on vocals; the frontman excels into a clean foundation of high-pitched pipes, with lungs of rawly rough ramifications. "I'm Sick" showcases throaty snarls that screams with mighty precision. While guitar duo Max Carrillo & Anthony Battista blisters eardrums with razor-sharp rhythms, thunderous shreds & rip-roaring meatiness. Implementing anthemic elements, chugging gallops & rapidly swift nimbleness. "Ghost" embellishes on experimental finesse, fabricating seamlessly sonic solos with relentlessly rampent riffs. Which supplies rich stability, organic substance & professional solidities. Tim King on keyboards orchestrates polished momentum; variating the sound production with potent vibrancy, quirky snappiness & complex dexterity.

"Cancer" injects infectious bass audibility from Taylor Brandt; portraying thick pursuits of thumpy moods with its dark, haunting ballad & elegantly exquisite vocal patterns which flows consistently with the sparse instrumentation - having a creatively fuelled dynamic of immersivity. "Monster" examines more of those slick styles of raspy vocalizations, revolved around a hint of indie punk rock musicianship - while battering drummer Nick Gray hammers his set with steely yet rambunctious skill. "M.F.K.S. (Voice Of The Broken)" is a belting bruiser; digging deeper into rich territory, originally memorable songwriting prowess & a mandatory progression of salubrious techniques that shines with prestigious qualities while nailing it with killer lacerations - overall concluding "Broken" with the epic closing finale: "Out Of Line".

Bottom line; DEEPFALL felt like a breath of fresh air for a metal maniac like yours truely, they exceeded all expectations & I discovered a brilliant band who certainly outdone themselves for a debut. A loud and proud group who have an abundence of refreshing materal, talented potential & an enjoyably entertaining experience that will reward you with some modernized rock traditions - worth checking out!

Songwriting: 8
Musicianship: 7
Memorability: 8
Sound Production: 8


4 Star Rating

1. Wasted
2. I'm Sick
3. Ghost
4. Cancer
5. Monster
6. M.F.K.S. (Voice Of The Broken)
7. Out Of Line
Rich Hopkins - Vocals
Max Carrillo - Guitar
Anthony Battista - Guitar
Taylor Brandt - Bass
Nick Gray - Drums
Tim King - Keyboard
Record Label: Pavement Entertainment


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Edited 04 June 2020

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