This is a review of a split album between Switzerland's Kehlvin and Poland's Fleshworld called "To Deny Everything that's Mundane" which will be released in April of 2015 by Division Records and we will start off the review with Kehlvin a band that plays a metallic mixture of hardcore and noise rock.
Their side of the split starts out with a and the music also uses spoken word parts at times very aggressive hardcore sound that also brings in screaming vocals and the heaviness of metal and after awhile you can also hear clean playing in some parts off the songs and you can also hear a small amount of spoken word parts at times.
When melodies are utilized bring in an early 90's noise rock feeling and on the other tracks the band brings in a small amount of angry shouts and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and all of the songs stick to a slow and heavy musical direction, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover angry and real life themes.
In my opinion Kehlvin are a very great sounding metallic mixture of hardcore and noise rock and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACK "To Deny Everything That's Mundane".
Next up is Fleshworld a band that has been featured before in this zine and plays a mixture of black metal, post metal, hardcore and screamo.
Their side of the split starts out with a very distorted sound and after a couple of minutes the music goes into a heavier direction and also adds in angry sounding vocals that use both growls and screams and you can also hear a decent amount of melody in the bands musical style and after awhile solos and leads can be heard in certain sections of the recording.
Both of their tracks are very long and epic in length and you can hear the elements of post metal, hardcore and screamo in the bands musical style and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and both of the songs stick to a slow musical direction, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover dark themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Fleshworld and if you are a fan of black metal, post hardcore and screamo, you should check out their side of the split. RECOMMENDED TRACK "Moire".
In conclusion I feel this is a very great sounding split and I would recommend it to fans of black metal, noise rock, screamo and post hardcore. 8 out of 10.