Destructive Machine’s Chilling Time 3:27 by RiseuP
Destructive Machine’s Chilling Time 3:27 by RiseuP was named as such to salute the time in the morning, after gigging all night, that the band has typically gotten to chill and settle in for a moment. The album features a rich guitar sound that is deliciously dirty and complimented by thick rapid-fire drumming and bone-crushing bass tracks. Consequently, the vocal overlays are majestic, surprising diverse, dynamic and exploratory. The album was produced by Arkadiusz Dzierzawa (Sandbreaker, Mors, Carura) at Lighthouse Audio.
The three singles from Destructive Machine’s Chilling Time 3:27 are absolutely badass and paradoxically pleasing, as they rock us straight to the core, yet altogether, leave us in disequilibrium (a popular tactic of successful, heavy hitting horror writers). Jim B offers the hook, “Drink, drink, drink!” emblazoned with overlays of speaking and growl voices that float between the headphones hypnotically. The theme: however, tells us that alcohol makes false heroes who overrate their own abilities. Rise features mechanistic super-drumming under an intricate triple-vocal that is masterfully delivered in different ranges of growl and traditional singing. The funk-factor keeps our toes tapping and our heads juking, yet the lyrics suggest that the darkest moments make us stronger only by teaching us to learn to bear scars. Finally, Prophecy, with its addictive crunch and pleasing guitar tremolo, alludes to scripture and our misinterpretation of both testaments, leading us to hypocrisy and fear as opposed to peace and enlightenment. The message is clear. Cultures will merge, and this is a good thing. Awareness comes from celebrating diversity, and diversity is the spice of life defined.
Destructive Machine’s Chilling Time 3:27 by RiseuP was released on August 6, 2021. Stream / Download at this location right now!
Press Quotes & Highlights
- (8.5/10) “Mean and meaty, groovy and guttural, modern and clever… it’s an album that has a ton going for it.” – GBHBL
- (5/5) “the sheer excellence of this album washes away any doubts to the nay-sayers” – Metal Rules
- “RiseuP fill the void which has been flooded by everything core for the past 15 or so years.” – Heavy Mag
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