ARTIST:

JINJER

(UKRAINE)
TITLE:

WALLFLOWERS

(2021)
LABEL:

NAPALM RECORDS

GENRE:

PROGRESSIVE METAL

TAGS:
Female vocals, Technical
"Spearhead of an uncomplicated and devastating groove-metal, Jinjer brings out the heavy artillery for his new album "Wallflowers"."
EASTWOOD (02.09.2021)  
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If "Wallflowers" is a plant that grows in walls or convey the idea of "wallpapering", Jinjer isn't here to play floral wallpaper. The band would be more like Dexter's plastic sheeting in terms of decoration and the surgical precision that each member shows would make the anti-hero blush with pleasure.

Fourth delivery of the combo, "Wallflowers" is announced as its most aggressive album to date and we have to admit that the fear of a repertoire leaning towards the pastel after more than ten years of career flies away very quickly from the first seconds of 'Call Me A Symbol'. The drums, like a tank, pour out a lot of calculated strikes while the guitars and bass vomit a lava flow on which a protean siren charms with the sound(s) of her voice. For if the musicians are virtuoso surgeons of the note, the true priestess of this languorous carnage is Tatiana Shmailyuk, capable of going from a guttural vocal to limpid and venomous melodies in the blink of an eye.

Preceded by the singles 'Vortex' and 'Mediator', the new slaughter from the east is delivering uppercuts to an audience that is just begging for more. When the tension seems to go down a notch, as in 'Pearls And Swine' or 'Wallflower', the heaviness pushes a bag over the head wearing the headphones and the doubt enters when Tati sings "Biting your tongue in fear of saying something wrong": is she talking about herself or about...?

Watch out, it will cut!


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TRACK LISTING:
01. Call Me a Symbol
02. Colossus
03. Vortex
04. Disclosure!
05. Copycat
06. Pearls and Swine
07. Sleep of the Righteous
08. Wallflower
09. Dead Hands Feel No Pain
10. As I Boil Ice
11. Mediator

LINEUP:
Eugene Abdukhanov: Basse
Roman Ibramkhalilov: Guitares
Tatiana Shmailyuk: Chant
Vladislav Ulasevish: Batterie
   
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