It’s always great when a song announces and does what it says on the tin. No confusion. Powerful Metalcore sees AudioDollar embracing the world he loves most, and instrumental takes on some of the hardest and heaviest ends of the musical spectrum.

As expected, the music is fast and intricate: arrays of dexterous riffs vying for space with thunderous drums, slick textures are formed out of double-tracked six-strings, interesting dynamics add space, direction changes, and the occasional breathing space.

Metal vocalists, who needs ’em? Not AudioDollar, that much is obvious.

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