Far off from the Brit scene and tends, Naisian from Sheffield, brings to the surface a tumultuous, contorted metal with roots back both to the classic Black Sabbath sound and the mixture of sludge and post-hardcore riffs, in their music is a perfect balance between dark and noisy elements and sometimes psychedelic, other time warm and calm, spacy moments. James Borrowdale – guitar and vocals, Adam Zejma – guitar and vocals, Micheal Aitken – bass and vocals and Jordan Garlick – (only 🙂 ) drums, create a quite exciting and unique blending of intense metal and avantgardist surfing. “Mammalian” can be listen and downloaded (“name your price”) from the band’s Bandcamp page. It worth every minute and every penny.
The five track release take us from the heaviest riffins and grindings to the darkest explorations and brightest moments of calm and nice, charming chords, dynamic and flowing, “Mammalian” lead us through heaven and hell, take us high only to bring us lower, it’s a color and powerful trip into heavy, but experimental metal, constructing on classic values, they send us into the future.
Beautiful and creative, Naisian is another proof there is life off the mainstream and trends, still, there are artist interested in arts – in their case in music – and not exclusively in Billboard charts and what Mumbo Jumbo wrote some guy from NME or Melody Maker.