Gridlink ‎– Amber Gray

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Hydra Head Records ‎– HH666-120
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Tracklist

1 Amber Gray 1:07
2 3 Miles Below Sea Level 0:51
3 The Jenova 1:11
4 Crash Logs 0:59
5 Black 1:07
6 Pattern Recognition 1:06
7 Antitheist 1:18
8 Stake Knife 1:13
9 Asuka 0:34
10 Burning Tiamat 1:04
11 Severance Package 1:20

Credits

Notes

No triggers or special FX were used in this recording
Noh masks by Inoue Corporation, Fukuchiyama Kyoto
Costuming by Michelle Bowlin Assassins Boutique

Dedicated to the memory of Matt Gibney

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CHP004706/B S1
  • Barcode: 7 98546 23542 9

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH666-120 Gridlink Amber Gray(CD, Album, Dig) Hydra Head Records HH666-120 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
HH666-120 Gridlink Amber Gray(CD, Album, Pro) Hydra Head Records HH666-120 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
HH666-120 Gridlink Amber Gray(CD, Album, Promo) Hydra Head Records HH666-120 US 2008 Sell This Version

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itzmehall

itzmehall

December 6, 2008

Gridlink's debut release "Amber Gray" has been much anticipated since their first track was featured on the final Discordance Axis release "Our Last Day" in 2005. After three years, I was excited when I heard it would finally receive a release date in 2008. However, the length/price of the release kept me from purchasing it for a couple of months. I am so glad I caved in and just paid the $14 for this release, because it is a very strong 12 minutes. Of course, and probably to Chang’s dismay, most of his musical projects will be compared to Discordance Axis. Gridlink, like Discordance Axis, plays ultra-tight technical grindcore with incredible energy. To be frank, it is hard to go into the differences between the two groups, because they may share more similarities. However, "Amber Gray" stands very strongly on its own merits and is exceptionally well done. The first few listens will most likely be a blur, but on repeated listens you will hear how well crafted these songs by Chang, Fajardo, and Matsubara actually are.