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With All The Rage - Yesterday, Now, Tomorrow, Ever

With All The Rage
Yesterday, Now, Tomorrow, Ever
by Dory Khawand at 29 October 2012, 11:29 PM

Who’s up for some Groove Metal you lazy cunts? The talented Italians WITH ALL THE RAGE have put their blood, sweat, and tears on this record to feed your Groove hungry ears. It has its great moments and needs some improvement in some parts. Let’s show you what “Yesterday… Now… Tomorrow… Ever” and why this band needs tons more attention and fame.

The first thing I noticed about this somewhat underground release is that the groove elements shine through like freshly discovered emerald, and the Metalcore elements added here do not halt this release from sounding fresh and entertaining. Guitar work for example varies and switches nicely between the two halves of the albums. Drum work is done really, not too fast, not too slow for a Groove Metal album.

“Plug In Your Ass” is the perfect example for this album’s main sound. The guitars and bass here are pretty amazing and go hand in hand like warriors on the battlefield, due to how audible the bass is, and how the guitars are very catchy, melodic, aggressive, and memorable. Tracks like “Who Killed My Dog?” also differ with their straight forward mosh-inviting attitude. These 2 tracks should basically summarize the album’s overall sound, and now I move to the negatives and downsides of this release.

I’d like to say that this record has lots of potential and I enjoyed it a lot. In fact, I played it three consecutive times was heavily engulfed in its mood and personality. But let me be honest here, the recording isn’t done well at all. It’s like one of the band members asked their 13 year old cousin to record the album for them. I don’t know mate, I just wish this was professionally recorded, because I know I would have loved it tons more. However, this downside doesn’t stop this album from being entertaining and serving its purpose.

Overall my fellow readers, WITH ALL THE RAGE have done their best and this release is definitely great. It has proved to be highly entertaining, musically prominent compared to other Groove Metal releases, and I’m sure with proper recording and support, this band will shine like ancient mythril. So give this a chance, and enjoy! I’m out.

3 Star Rating

1. With All the Rage
2. Show Me Your Wounds
3. A Good Day to Die
4. Plug in Your Ass
5. Inside
6. Who Killed My Dog?
7. Cemetery Park Revisited
Luca Cirrito – Vocals
Vincenzo Ciolino – Guitar
Salvatore Maniscalco- Guitar
Francesco Schittino – Drums
Anthony Cosentino – Bass
Alessandro Capizzi - Guitar
Record Label: SG Records


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