SEVERED RESISTENCE : “Wishing well” - Reviewed By Rocka Rolla ! check it out here at this link: https://rockarollazine.blogspot.com/2020/12/severed-resistence-wishing-well-2020.html
Severed Resistence is a new trio from Daytona Beach (USA), which debuts with this EP titled "Wishing well". The band is made up of Dave Davis on voice, Josh Greenwood on bass and guitar, and Nic Delano on drums, who develop four songs of a correct thrash / death metal without too many aspirations. Do not get it wrong, but the songs are somewhat monotonous and lacking in hook, and although these points against make up for them with enough punch, this is not always enough.
The rudimentary sound gives it an old-school feel that reminded me of Sepultura's early albums, and overall "Wishing Well" is rough, raw and unapologetic.
There is a lot of work and rehearsal to do, but let's give it time that is just beginning. - Rocka Rolla
Severed Resistence is a Thrash Metal band from Daytona Beach, FL , who recently came out with a brand new studio EP: Wishing Well . The songs explore a wide range of influences, ranging from old-school thrash to melodic death metal and other styles.
Brutal...Extreme...Thundering...Heavy...Call Severed Resistence 's brand of Thrash whatever you want...but what it is...is pure unadulterated "in your face" Metal . Like a sledge hammer to your cranium, Severed Resistence pounds into your head with infectious riffs and thunderous drumming, creating a sonic synergy that I'll spread through your consciousness like a fatal disease. This disease has been spreading through the Southeast is ready to become a national epidemic.
Vocalist Dave Davis , guitarist Josh Greenwood , Drummer Nic Delano and bassist Casey Sicher-Ford are in your face with their own unique brand of metal part Pantera , part Testament , part Death , part anything kick-ass, with a best-selling local debut CD under their belts, Severed Resistence is ready to unleash hell on their follow-up when they head back in the studio this winter. Severed Resistence is coming for you... all of you and there is nowhere to hide.
We are working on a Ton of original new songs that we are going to release and we want people to hear them! We don’t expect to make money, We don’t expect to climb to the top of charts. We don't care about any of that… It’s not really about that. It’s just about getting off on it and getting fired up and creating something that’s exciting for us and hopefully translates to be exciting for you!
Severed Resistence is a Thrash Metal band with a unique sound and creative approach. Their music tips the hat off to the best old-school metal, featuring influences as diverse as 80s thrash , British heavy metal , and more. Their recently released an EP titled “ Wishing Well ,” which features a gritty, raw and unapologetic sound. The guitar tones are grinding and sharp, going for an aggressive, searing tones. The vocals match the intensity of the guitar, almost reminiscent of bands such as Death and Iron Maiden , but with a more in-your-face attitude. The rhythm section (bass and drums) keeps up with everything else and it does more than just keeping up! In fact, it serves as a solid backbone for the songs, propelling the band’s performance and going for a more hard-hitting feel. I love the style of this production when it comes to recording aesthetics, specifically because it sounds like a record from the golden age. Although the tracks that are featured on this EP have somewhat of an old-school vibe, this is definitely not an indication that this band is a nostalgia act. On the contrary, they are here to keep this style of music alive and well, and carry the torch for a new generation of listeners looking to dive deeper into heavier sounds.
Find out more about Severed Resistence , and do not miss out on “ Wishing Well ,” which is currently available world-wide. At the end of the day, what really seals the deal is the band’s attitude. In their own words: “We don’t expect to make money, We don’t expect to climb to the top of charts. We don't care about any of that.” - All the band really cares about is to keep making music they love, and share it with their audience.