01. Mortality Second
02. Spirit Breaker
03. Coma Yr
04. If I Go Earlier than You
06. Blood and Heel
07. Sluggish Burn
If LIMBS weren’t in your radar earlier than, they need to be now. Their new “Coma Yr” EP is highly effective in additional methods than one, delivering heart-wrenching lyrics with vocals to match, and instrumentals which can be simply as poignant and forceful. Anybody who has handled or is presently coping with loss will immediately join with these seven songs, which confront demise with refreshing intimacy and honesty. Powerful and belligerent but additionally mushy and susceptible, “Coma Yr” is likely one of the most fun post-hardcore releases of the 12 months.
This EP is paying homage to UNDEROATH‘s early years, occupying the grey house between post-hardcore and metalcore. When carried out dwell, the monumental-sounding “Mortality Second” is certain to get the gang moshing, and the short, pounding “Blood and Heel” will certainly provoke a circle pit. In nearly each track, emotional clear vocals present the proper foil to the desperately offended, guttural screams. Lyrics reminiscent of, “That is me reaching out but it surely’s too late” (“Spirit Breaker”), “Fractured and put again collectively fallacious on the seams” (“Coma Yr”) and “You have been my solely good friend” (“Vertigo”) are so relatable that they make the chest collapse with despair. “If I Go Earlier than You” is the softest track on the file, beginning off quietly and marching slowly towards a full-band climax. The EP nearer, “Sluggish Burn”, ends with a transformative query: “How do I make the perfect of letting go of every part I’ve ever recognized?”
This launch will probably be a useful companion to anybody enduring large grief. Those that aren’t will nonetheless get pleasure from these intriguing and dynamic tracks. After placing out such a formidable EP, will probably be fascinating to see the place LIMBS go from right here.