Misconducters ‎– Boundless

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Denfire Music ‎– DM-005
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Tracklist

1 The Game 4:29
2 Class Of '84 3:39
3 Pave The Way 4:47
4 Hunter And Prey 4:36
5 Boundless 6:41
6 Plain Conditioning 5:03
7 Lurch 3:35

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First pressing limited to 200 copies. Black 180g vinyl, lyrics insert, sealed from factory.

www.misconducters.com

"Den is a wild and cruel soloist who is also a specialist in making Heavy Metal guitar riffs loaded with a contagious 80’s groove. Brisa is the pulsing heart of the band, and dominates everything, from “NWOBHM” licks, to Thrash-Metal drives. Vitão is an incredible monster behind the drum-kit, an unstoppable power-plant the runs in a fast Punk-Metal rhythm, adding gallops and heavy thunderous chops at the same time. Together, the trio makes true Metal music that goes straight to the point, combining energy and power with a spontaneous and rebellious spirit! Above the solid wall made of igneous iron and impenetrable concrete that strengthen the instrumental matrix, Den spits off his vocals, in ironic and scornful tones, as the furious backing vocals shout out words that demand a new order. The sonic package assaults the listener with the crudeness and brutality typical of bands like Motörhead, Artillery (album Fear of Tomorrow), Nuclear Assault, Tank, Killer (Belgium), Paledriver, Forbidden, Abattoir, Vendetta, Blessed Death, Exciter, Bad Religion, English Dogs, Exploited, D.R.I., Discharge, Holocaust, and Ratos do Porão; still having a pinch of Iron Maiden of the Paul Di’Anno Era! Misconducters attack bravely, starting the album by the fast-paced “The Game” (04:30) – which includes a surprising middle section with rumbling bass and drums; and the dirty-Punk “Class Of '84” (03:39) – which, in spite of its short duration, is stuffed with numerous guitar solos that travel at light-speed. Those two tracks act like a drink prepared with the waters of the Fountain of Youth, liberating adrenalin instantaneously in the listener’s blood current, rejuvenating any elder headbanger back to the Age of Glorious 80’s Metal. “Pave The Way” (04:46) and “Hunter And Prey” (04:36) are more elaborated songs, however, and include complex and killer riffs, and a rhythmic base akin to the NWOBHM movement (like Iron Maiden with Di’Anno, and Angel Witch, Satan, and the pre-Pirate phase of German Running Wild), but still showing the spontaneity of Punk-Metal on vocals. The apex of Misconducters’ technical prowess shows off on the bombastic instrumental track “Boundless” (06:41), which was chosen with justice to name this album! “Boundless” is followed by “Plain Conditioning” (05:03), which begins with slow riffs reminiscent of old Black Sabbath, accelerating later with groovy riffs and vocals that recalled me of Tank, delving into a Thrash-Metal binary pace on some passages. Due to the changes of rhythm, this song recalled me of bands like Vendetta and Blessed Death. The album ends with “Lurch” (03:30), a cathartic Punk-Metal that reveals how Misconducters – a voracious band from Brazil – are ready to conquer the subterranean world of Metal, being highly recommended for fans of Motörhead, Artillery, Nuclear Assault, Tank, Killer (Belgium), Paledriver, Forbidden, Abattoir, Vendetta, Blessed Death, Exciter, Bad Religion, English Dogs, Exploited, D.R.I., Discharge, Holocaust, Ratos do Porão, Iron Maiden (Paul Di’Anno Era), and other NWOBHM and Thrash-Metal bands with an aggressive punch!" - by Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal

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  • Matrix / Runout: DEN005A
  • Matrix / Runout: DEN005B

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