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Boomkat Product Review:
Wildly spirited return from NON & PTP alum Violence, veering from noise to industrial, nu-metal and solo guitar works and emo in reckless turns for EndgamE’s Precious Metals
Violence hits a heavy style of expression as the dozen tracks wield blistered trance synths, guitars and gnashing dembow-adjacent rhythms with a deconstructed/reconstituted take on dance, rock and pop tropes.
Their eponymous 5th album speaks to Precious Metals’ manifesto of “emotionally led dysfunctional club music that reflects the cross-pollination of sounds of the inner-city” with a seething, heart-on-sleeve rush of ideas that leave little to the imagination. On ‘Small Body’ and ‘Initiate’ we hear echoes of Croww, and parallels with parrish smith strewn between the ‘90s nu metal-industrial terrorisers ‘Reptile’ and turned to symphonic aggression on ‘I Would Bite Off My Tongue to Spit Blood in Your Eye’, but just as likely to wallow in emo bleat on ‘Drip’ or ‘I Write Letters to You Everyday and Burn Them in the Fires of My Pride’.