No Truth REDFIELD/SILENT CULT Impassioned nelodic metalcore with all its rough edges intact
It’s only been two years since this German melodic hardcore quintet dropped their Divided By Choice EP but they’ve already secured telling support from the scene. No Truth, their debut full-length album, features guest appearances from Counterparts‘ Brendan Murphy on the first single, Surged, Alazka’s Tobias Rische for the politically-charged Regression, and 18 Miles’ Daan Nieboer for the merciless Comfort Zone. Frontman Henning Begemann’s vocals are honest and impressive throughout and there’s not a clean chorus to be found.
Some tracks are less memorable than others, but Silent Birds houses group shouts that should earn rowdy involvement from crowds and Strangled showcases the smart mix of emotive soundscapes and raw aggression that make this band truly shine. The Pariah’s clenched teeth attitude and dynamic energy is potent and relentless, while the album production hits the perfect balance between authentically gritty and polished. This band have promise by the bucketload. FOR FANS OF: MOMENTS, CONVEYER, BEING AS AN OCEAN