Wolfpack-A.D. EP review.

Wolfpack-A.D. EP review.

If metallic beatdown hardcore is one of your fave genres, you definitely have heard of the French wizards of this style, Wolfpack. Smashing eardrums and wrecking minds since 2012, they have just dropped this evil, but quite progressive EP titled A.D. This time around they have upped the variety by splicing in some industrial and death metal grooves into their overall sound. The foundation and style is still definitely around artists like Desolated and Nasty, but this time around they have strong Code Orange influence. This writer is certainly no fan of C.O., but thankfully these french craftsmen forge brutal metal combined with unsettling melody in a refreshing format. Definitely appealing to the modern hardcore fan, rather than the old school head; the overall sound is hectic and skull-crushing. Wolfpack seem to be evolving with each release and the talent shines strong with epic intensity in all 5 tracks here.


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