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Wytch - Exordium

by Craig Rider at 26 July 2021, 2:42 PM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: WYTCH; signed via Ripple Music, hailing from Swedish grounds - performing Heavy Rock, on their debut album entitled: “Exordium” (released 21st of May, 2021)

Since formation in 2016 under the name of ASKA; WYTCH have only this debut album in their discography so far entitled: “Exordium”. 8 tracks ranging at around 37:84; the band in question arranges an intricately designed formula on some heavy-hitting Heavy Rock developments.

Opening up with this rompy riff "You" articulates at a majestic shroud of ominous remedy; where rumbling reverberation trembles speakers with melodic tonality, until this smacking groove belts a crunchy harmony in killer musicality which rivets with rhythmic gnarliness. Consisting of Johanna Lundberg on vocals; the frontman excels at a clean but high-pitched element in rough pipes that surge with mellifluous throatiness, elegantly exquisite and euphonically enticing…as a feel-good crescendo experiments at a hybrid distinction in chiselling flamboyance creates a dynamically dexterous flair in scouring snares & jumpy punchiness.

"Evil Heart" harnesses bluesy bewitchment, channelling complex gravitation on distinguished èclat and solid songwriting musicianship that echoes into an prodigiously progressive yet technical maelstrom on radically wicked verve with prestigious foundations in borderline aesthetics in efficacious impact in which spellbinds you with otherworldly yet systematic juxtapositions of jilted musical revelation. "Blood" ramps things up with moody manifestations, rifting with punchy thumpiness from audible bassist Simon Lundström (also on vocals) where a doomy but stoner ramification swerves with rocking finesse.

Fabricating sturdy thuds, ripping synergies and hefty hymns in immersively dense stability utilises uniquely versatile vehemence where sulfurous yet primitive weight revs with sonically seamless zeal while merging a deathly ambience in eerie contrast, crafting a distorted calamity in ballad-esque transparency while a foreboding but mesmerising sophistication on organic substance & meticulous sublimity on vervaious fundamentals in flexible zeal… whereas "Warrior" captures a catchy symbiosis on snappy resonance while striking pursuits arm a brimming fabrication in hybrid experimentation while outbursting with towering grandeur, distilling a similar rotation with the rambunctious "Rebel" where Fredrik Nilsson & the quintessential virtuosity from guitar fretters Mattias Marklund + NiklasViklund attributes at an adroit cohesion in frolicking chugs while this galloping magnificence oscillates with stampy precision through some marvellous enthusiasm.

The penultimate track: "Break You Down" establishes constructively beefy but bruising heft, pile driving with stridently rigorous tenacity where sturdy thuds roll with rapidly nimble swiftness until the overall concluding empowerment "Black Hole" closes "Exordium" into a bombarding frenzy of battering and salubriously volatile synthetics that will rock your world hard and heavy.

Bottom line; WYTCH performed with solid swag while thrillingly professional, whilst jam packed with talented vibrato, and brilliantly excellent instrumental masterclass to boot. "Exordium" is one of those records that marvels with maximum milestones in dense variety which wonders with outbursting enthrallment in which will magnetize you with virulent equalities. A hardened album with pummeling adversity in which will distribute into an enjoyable experience amongst a worthwhile spin on relishing replayable value that will surely start your day off right. Check it out!

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

4 Star Rating

01. Black Hole
02. Savior
03. Evil Heart
04. Blood
05. Warrior
06. Rebel
07. Break You Down
08. You
Johanna Lundberg – Vocals
Simon Lundström – Bass & Vocals
NiklasViklund – Guitars & Vocals
Mattias Marklund – Guitars & Vocals
Fredrik Nilsson – Drums
Record Label: Ripple Music


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