After three years, I was excited when I heard it would finally receive a release date in 2008. However, the length/price of the release kept me from purchasing it for a couple of months. Of course, and probably to Chang’s dismay, most of his musical projects will be compared to Discordance Axis
3 Miles Below Sea Level. Amber Gray (CD, Album, Dig). After three years, I was excited when I heard it would finally receive a release date in 2008. Of course, and probably to Chang’s dismay, most of his musical projects will be compared to Discordance Axis
A five piece formed in Hoboken, New Jersey. Played technical blistering grindcore.
This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 116/130 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Amber Gray. BPM Profile Amber Gray. Album starts at 124BPM, ends at 122BPM (-2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
3 Miles Below Sea Level, 00:51.
Amber Gray, the title track barely starts before second track 3 Miles Below Sea Level begins. Both sound relatively similar with the same basic idea coursing through both - speed, blasts, screaming scratchy death, etc. Matsubara is an exceptionally speedy guitarist - his right hand moving at pick melting speeds and his left, creating a tornadic blur on the neck. The technical aspect of this album is absurd, with insane, chaotic riffs and blasting drums that bring to mind a ridiculously brutal extension of the catalyst band, Discordance Axis' farewell album, The Inalienable Dreamless. From that projection, increase the production value tenfold and lop off the low end of Jon Chang's vocal delivery.
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CreditsEva 05 - Member of Attributed Artist
Fajardo - Member of Attributed Artist
Gridlink - Primary Artist
Scott C. Kinkade - Photography
Matsubara - Member of Attributed Artist
Chris Gobo Pierce - Audio Production