Articles by KYLESA

SLUDGE-HARDCORE/METAL. "static tensions" is the 4th studio album by the American band KYLESA, released in 2009. Savannah's KYLESA continue to bombard the senses with another 10 tracks of heavy, sludgy hardcore/metal. On the album there's a lot of downtuned guitars and different singing styles such as shouting, crooning or croaked singing styles, along with elements from stoner, sludge, psych-rock with intense, pounding drums and the occasional melodies, running a gamut from blackened death-metal on "said and done" to the piano-laced, Middle Eastern-tinged "running red". Artwork done once again by Baroness' John Baizley.

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SLUDGE-HARDCORE/METAL. Back in print on vinyl! Since this Savannah/Georgia, quintet 1st formed in early 2001, worrying about genre limitations has never been a priority. "time will fuse its worth" is the 3rd release from mighty KYLESA. For this 2006 album, their lineup includes 2 drummers and pulls snippets of flavor from diverse areas of music and assembles them into a giant tsunami of bone-crushing hardcore and metal. KYLESA ranges far and wide, using their utter disregard of musical boundaries to bring together avant-garde experimentalism with the pure fury of dirty, sludgy riffs and raw, impassioned male and female vocals.

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SLUDGE-HARDCORE/METAL. From the ashes of seminal underground legends DAMAD, rise hardcore-metal gods KYLESA. "to walk a middle course" is the 2nd album by the American band, released originally in 2005. Brutal, atmospheric and masochistic, KYLESA hypnotizes with an aural metal beating for a stagnant scene gasping for a breath of fresh air. "to walk a middle course" is an important piece of the KYLESA puzzle - a cornerstone of their unique sound, with influences ranging from hardcore to stoner-rock. This album will put KYLESA at the forefront of the art-core noise, doom-hardcore and metal scene. It still sounds as fresh and relevant as it did when it was released in 2005.

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