vrijdag 3 oktober 2014

Paceshifters – Breach


Paceshifters – Breach
V2/Excelsior/Goomah – 2014
Rock, Speed, Grunge
Rated: ****

On the third album of the Dutch formation Paceshifters the two brothers decided to implore the help of a new drummer. Which seems to work out beautifully for the brothers. Cause they’ve been hanging on that first stomp of success for two albums now and it was time for something different. And Breach, as the new album is called, is definitely something else. Those first efforts were highly punky and had the air of something seventies. The new record however most distinctly towards the nineties and perhaps even towards the illustrious Nirvana. Is that the reason the album was called Breach? Play on rhyme type thingy? Whatever the reason may be, the album contains that perfect amalgam of heavy ruckus and melodic pop and with those extra layers they’ve added on the record it also moves towards something that could have come out of the high desert. O’ and how about that Seb Dokman; suddently becoming a pure rock ‘n roll frontman! Hear him wail, hear him growl and hear him shriek!

(Written by JK)



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