Home Albums Album Review: Foreign Hands – What’s Left Unsaid

Album Review: Foreign Hands – What’s Left Unsaid

3 min read
0
0
958

Review by Rick Eaglestone for MPM

Delaware Metalcore act Foreign Hands bring their drive and constant elevation of sound to their debut album What’s Left Unsaid

Right from the onset, one thing is abundantly clear, by this end of this release I feel that I will need a new skull as my word, Resetting The Senses is one of the most intense things I have heard in a while and even in this culmination of calamity there’s still room for harmonies and the music spills into A Memory In Latency – this feels far from a debut, more like seasoned studio veterans.

God Under Fingernails is visceral in its message and delivery and yet even though Laceration Wings has the near impossible tasks of following it straps in, takes a step back and continues with a continued level of unapologetic fury it’s great that the band have decided to revisit this for their debut, and they have made it sound bigger than they did on their summer 18 promo.

The music takes on more of a sonic presence on all invoking Horror Domain which also has a great accompanying video and then continues its spiral of intensity with Conditioned for a Head-On Collision.

The overall brief slower, foreboding soundscapes on Shapeless In The Dark add a wonderful dynamic that contains a wave of venerability and is the song I am most drawn to on the release.

Adversity’s Spitting Image once again reclaims the intensity mantle with dominating basslines which is complimented by Until The Sun Fades before ending this particular cycle which Magnetic Roses – largely engulfed in emotion but underpinned with a collective passion and conscious level of the torchbearers they are destined to be.

What’s Left Unsaid Track listing.

01 Resetting the Senses
02 A Memory in Latency
03 God Under Fingernails
04 Laceration Wings
05 Horror Domain
06 Conditioned for a Head-On Collision
07 Shapeless in the Dark
08 Adversity’s Spitting Image
09 Until the Sun Fades
10 Magnetic Roses

Line-up:
Tyler Norris – Vocals
Jack Beatson – Guitar/Vocals
Gill Gonzales – Guitar
Chuck Minix – Bass
Tyler Washington – Drums

https://www.facebook.com/foreignhandshc

https://www.instagram.com/foreignhandshc

8/10

Load More Related Articles
Load More By darren@metalplanetmusic.com
Load More In Albums
Comments are closed.

Check Also

Exist Immortal release new single feat. Megan of Vexed 

UK's Exist Immortal return with an absolute beast of track, 'Higher Ground', which feature…