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A Brutal New Release From Cold Case BHC


A new EP release from Cold Case BHC brings out a thrashing and heavy-hitting combination of metal and classic hardcore with a fierce distortion and the perfect amount of aggression pushing things to a new place.


The beyond recognition EP is absolutely brutal from start to finish and features some intense riffs that are sure to get a mosh pit moving but also incorporate some outstanding melodic sections.


This release is an absolute Soiree of metal and brings together so many subgenres that each song has a little bit of a different drive to it.


One of my favorite things about this record is the combination of old school and new school styles that these guys pull off without a hitch.


You also have such a great almost live energy flowing throughout this EP that it feels like the players are just feeding off of each other the entire time.


This of course just makes you want to go see them destroy live in front of you because I'm sure they're going to be intense to say the least.


These guys really know what they're doing in terms of putting songs together and making them work as well as creating explosive sections that you didn't expect to happen.


That's one of the best parts about the genre in general really.


You never know when that halftime is going to kick in and hit like a sucker punch to the gut.


You can also hear an absolute love for their craft with every song on this record and the whole thing is just oozing with that heavy metal heart that you'd expect from a band like this.


The soundscape that these guys have also combines that old and new school style as well with distortion that's sharp but with a base that's super deep on the low end which in combination creates such an earthquake effect.


The band certainly isn't Reinventing the wheel, but they definitely are giving us a record we can bang our heads to you and have our blood start pumping.


And this is the kind of thing that we want from metal or hardcore of almost any kind.


We want to feel something from it. It's got to give us that energy and let us sort of thrive off of it.


Lyrically the songs are also brutally honest which is refreshing but all in all this record has an amazing blitzkrieg effect and when it's over you have to snap yourself back to reality again.


Doesn't really matter what kind of music it is, when that happens you know it's good.


This is for overs of most kinds of metal or hardcore, especially someone like myself that's an East Coast for life.


This release hits all the sweet spots.









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