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Timechild - And Yet It Moves

And Yet It Moves
by Craig Rider at 20 December 2021, 6:20 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: TIMECHILD; signed via Mighty Music Records, hailing from Danish grounds - performing Heavy Rock, on their debut album entitled: “And Yet It Moves” (released 12.11.2021). Since formation in 2020, the quartet in question have only this here debut album in their discography so far entitled: “And Yet It Moves”. 9 tracks ranging at around 37:54; TIMECHILD arranges an intricately designed formula on some heavy-hitting Heavy Rock developments.

Opening up with this spiraling; otherworldly Hammond organ pattern with this riveting riff, an electrifying bombardment rifts with rampantly rompy remedy within the titular track. Rumbling reverberation trembles with sulfurous rhythms amongst a boisterously bouncy harmony of flamboyantly epic proportions, punchy clobberings batter with piledriving grooves and distorted calamities in revelling solos, thunderous panache & sonically seamless adrenaline… amplified executions belt a rip-roaring fabrication in a barraged frenzy of blistering chunkiness. Evident in “This Too Will Pass”; where rawly rough pipes from consisting front man Anders Folden Brink excels with punchy throatiness while soaring with clean, but high-pitched cords in which yells with shouty persistence & singing prowess while chalking a fierce tonality on lacerating yet killer riffs which duels an impressive virtuosity on rhythmic leads connectively. Towering with profusely robust synergy, a hefty dexterity in hybrid grinds experiment with slaying thuds & sturdy tonality.

Haze Of The New Dawn” has a progressive technicality to it, edging with razor-sharp stability while twinning guitar attacks from also Birk injects a distorted conundrum on steamrolling swiftness where rapidly nimble melody crafts a distinguished firepower expertise amongst a distinctive foundation on borderline meatiness. Rollicking chugs gallop with zestful catchiness, distilling a fluidly complex ramification on uniquely versatile vehemence & pummeling pandemonium. “Where I Now Belong” Adds a dynamic approach with rambunctiously thumpy stompiness from chiseling bashers Martin Haumann & the smashing pounds from Daniel Bach, flicking his axe with steely precision while vibrantly potent snares scour with euphonic heft. Profound with the speedy, mid-paced solo within “Children Of A Killing Sun” where chunky bellows rigorously thrusts with impulsing impact.

While the previous banger frantically imploded with wildly rushing velocity, “Shrapnel” is like an anthemic opposite - still infectiously forged with volatile prestigiousness while prodigious yet organically substantial substance unleashes with pulsing synthesis on linear mellow. “Choir Of Man'' outbursts with more upbeat waves of quintessential singing mobility, strong weightiness and accordant blitzkrieg - throttling with motoring masterclass proficiency which will bob heads with systematic verve while stridently kicking with belting chimes that remind me of GRAND MAGUS a little bit. The penultimate track “Last Frontier” jumps with vivacious hymns and concretely gritty pursuits that strike with flexibly fundamental grips, hooking an intriguing amount of stampeding spectrums that manifest with solid maelstrom machinations that bluster energetically and powerful, embodying an altering grandeur on wrenching lead breaks that wonder with rich diligence and diversity.

Overall concluding “And Yet It Moves” with the finale epic “The Bite Of Frost”; I am compelled to say that this was an enjoyably entertaining experience that surely deserves discovering, replaying & spinning a good handful of times which makes this worthy of checking it out, the yesteryear of retro rock and hardened fueled tightness shine with prominently modernized excellence here and more - rock it.

Songwriting: 8
Musicianship: 8
Memorability: 8
Production: 8

4 Star Rating

1. And Yet It Moves
2. This Too Will Pass
3. Haze Of The Dawn
4. Where I Now Belong
5. Children Of A Killing Sun
6. Shrapnel
7. Choir Of Man
8. Last Frontier
9. The Bite Of Frost
Anders Folden Brink - Lead Vocals/Rhythm/Lead Guitar
Birk - Lead & Rhythm Guitar/Backing Vocals
Martin Haumann - Drums
Daniel Bach - Bass/Backing Vocals
Record Label: Mighty Music


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