크래쉬 (Crash) – The Paragon of Animals Review

Obviously there are going to be hits and misses with different genres of any country. 크래쉬, however, kick ass. Playing a recognizable metal sound, the band presents The Paragon of Animals in a way that isn’t fully Korean and could easily be mistaken for a domestic release.

Even though metal isn’t a genre I listen to that often, 크래쉬’s style and abilities are impressive. It’s a mixture of metal, hardcore, punk, and rock; though the metal is what sticks out the most.

Carrying both faster rhythms and plodding beats, the album is great for metal and hardcore fans. It might not cater to listeners who like softer themes, but if this is possible from Korea, then the rest of the world has no idea of what’s to come.

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