Here are four ctebcm-approved albums that came out last month and that we think you should definitely check out!
Instrumental progressive metal heavily influence by djent that is actually not just a bunch of chugga-chugga’s and jun-jun’s, even though they are not underrepresented. It’s globally a fun album to listen and headbang to, with varied compositions and a fair amount of high-level musicianship! Plus: it’s available for name your price (NYP) on bandcamp so, why not give it a shot?
The fourth EP from Savannah’s experimental math rockers, palindromic to their previous one Obsolutely Cleam Cad, is full of great music moments. The chords and their progressions show a jazz sensibility, while the rhythms, song structures and choice of instruments leans more towards experimental and progressive music. Another fun album to listen to, and another NYP one, too!
A great, atmospheric album musically telling stories of suburban horror. There is good musicianship, but really over-the-top songwriting skills. They definitely know how to give you chills and make you feel the emotions they want you to feel. It’s a must for every post-metal fan!
A five-part, 23-minute single composition from Toronto’s prog rockers, and yet another instrumental release. Guess I wasn’t feeling that vocals thing this month. It’s a terrific listen for you prog rock lovers, loads of retro vibes, but also really modern in its execution: low-tuned guitars and saxophones.
So that wraps up our month of August! What did you listen to, this month?