Metal Hammer Magazine published a Track By Track review of the new BABYMETAL's album "Metal Resistance" out on April 1. Metal Hammer talks about each song in details with interesting details! We are sorry Metal Hammer we have to post this before the release of your new issue out Tomorrow! Get it here!
Metal Resistance track by track review by Metal Hammer Magazine
Forget chocolate - it's all about 'chew-chew-chewing gum' now. Out last November, it has a ferocius drum'n'bass background, in keeping with Kobametal's penchant for genre-bleding.
It opens like a demented videogame and drifts into Eurovision territory, before massive nu metal riffs take iit to a mystical-sounding bridge.
Beginning like a ballad, Amore swftly decends into the realm of riffing, taking cues from friends and collaborators Dragonforce. Su-metal's vocals are huge.
BABYMETAL? Battlemetal, more like. It opens like a hymn, before male voices spell out the title in a Viking warrior chant, and they're all off on a metaphorical longboat.
FROM DUSK TILL DAWN:
The influence of BMTH looms large. There are layers of electronics, a touch of Can You Feel My Heart, and then it all goes surprisngly Skrillex.
The title's unclear, but there's a line that goes, 'Monster, monster horror!' Heaviness and melody blend ito the ultimate BABYMETAL Frankestein song.
It's death metal song! There's a fearsome sample from The Book Of Revelation, before a frantic flurry of noise and some syncopated vocals.
NO RAIN, NO RAINBOW:
The clue's in the title - it's uncannily like X Japan's Endless Rain and GN'R's November Rain. From sweet strings and tinkling ivories pours a huge ballad.
TALES OF THE DESTINIES:
The nuttiest track yet. A load of mathcore comes crashing in, before mutating into galloping power metal, while Su-metal croons like Lady Gaga.
Another song they've played live. It's Disney's Frozen x heavy metal - an earnest track designed to light up arenas. Anathema to some, rapturous to others, this is the Fox God's parting shot.
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