Seattle Hardcore Band Metropolis Of Trade Launch Intense, Atmospheric New Album ‘Religious West’: Stream

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Two years in the past, the Seattle hardcore trio Metropolis Of Trade actually impressed me with their album False Flowers. On that report, Metropolis Of Trade drew on numerous completely different sounds — pianos, folky acoustic guitars, bursts of noise-rock sludge — to make one thing really expressive. At present, the band may’ve outdone themselves. They’ve simply launched the brand new album Religious West, which pushes all of the concepts from False Flowers even additional.

Religious West performs out as a complete sonic tapestry, with eerie synth-drones and ghostly samples serving to the transitions from one deliriously intense observe to the following. Elements of the album take clear affect from screamo or metallic, however I’m undecided the top consequence belongs to any specific scene or style. Within the Bandcamp description, frontman John Caraveo says that Metropolis Of Trade recorded Religious West after the deaths of some folks near him, and you may undoubtedly hear the album as one individual’s try and grapple with all-consuming darkness.

Metropolis Of Trade recorded Religious West with Mount Eerie collaborator Nich Wilbur, and Deafheaven/Gulch collaborator Jack Shirley combined and mastered the report. I’m on my first hear proper now, but it surely sounds superior. Pay attention beneath.

Religious West is out now on No Funeral/Fashionable Grievance.


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