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Recycle Bin
Incomplete Schizophrenia

Well, modern Metal is not my favourite, that's for sure, but at times that objective attitude about things does take over, forcing to respect what people do with other forms of sound anyway. The only but very important critical stanza remains of course, blaming all these young talents just taking care on what's in vogue and leaving the feeling outside of their music. Recycle Bin are not any kind of exception to this rule, and you are enough with just a brief knowledge on what's going on in that music world nowadays to note that these structures are very well familiar from new Metal breed that dominates the heavy music friendly radios and remaining Metal [or “metal”] programs on TV. Estonian dudes name themselves as alternative Metal band – at least for me music sound heavier than that description may imply. At times they pave real aggressive with obvious influences of later grooves by Napalm Death. No Grind here whatsoever, but it makes them a Metal band for sure. As an opposite to this element, they also involve quite a lot of clean singing and melodic chill out parts in the music, thus absolutely confirming to follow what's in. A positive thing is that Recycle Bin do everything surprisingly masterfully and with precise care. Sincerely, I am slightly surprised to get this quality from Estonian band, and no wonder if they eventually break through with this music. Well, this basically confirms the growth of heavy music industry in neighbouring county in general, and should cause major leap forward for the other subgenres as well. Meanwhile, if the band in question is of a slight interest to anyone, do pay notice to them and inquire about this self-released digipak debut.

8/11

Zine: http://www.ledotakas.net
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