JINJER return with their explosive, rhythmically dominant 4th Studio Album Wallflowers. This release sees them push the boundaries of their already concrete foundations within the metal genre. With vocalist Tatiana Shmayluk delivering yet another incredibly diverse performance across the album ranging from intense harsh vocals to mesmerizing harmonies comparable to the likes of bands such as Meshuggah and Periphery.
The album takes no time in setting the tone with the opening track Call Me A Symbol exploding into life with pulsating rhythm and the expected technical guitar work the band are known for. Though it must be said that all eyes really are on the vocalist for this track with character that can command any room of listeners.
As expected, the Wallflowers delivers a body of work carried by seamless transitions that are driven by incredibly structured riffs and forward-thinking vocals. There are no shortages of blast beats and diverse groove for fans of the rhythm section of the band as the track Vortex pulls out all stops with infectious rhythm. With the vocals really stealing the spotlight on tracks like Disclosure it can be easy to forget how exceptionally well weaved the instrumentation is to set a place for the blistering vocal range on display.
The title track is a standout addition to the body of work with a different vibe and tone to the rest of the album. It really gives it its own place to breathe with contagious pop melodies and more relaxing sonic placement, really allowing a breather from the intensity of the rest of the tracks.
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