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      Cazador 'Failure to Thrive' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      Cazador

      Failure to Thrive

      The Sludgelord

      Available Now

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

       

      Cazador originates from Boston and have been creating a brew of sludge, metalcore and post-metal sounds across New England venues. Their studio debut was Broken Sun in May 2017, and with a tour of the Northeast and Midwest, Cazador made themselves known as a charismatic act with a potent edge through their high-energy performances. 

      Current album, Failure to Thrivefocuses on our world as it stands as we are ultimately on the road to our own self destruction. We may try to find the good things in life in the midst of this chaos but unfortunately it seems as though the bitter forces crush our hopes slowly, painfully.

      Within this album you can palpate the anger and the passion behind the songs such as "Skeleton Crew" or "Failure to Thrive.” Throughout many of these songs I hear a touch of doom influences as well as some hardcore which makes Failure to Thrive an especially creative blend. My choice song is "Kingdom.” It is dark, haunting and almost pleasing. 

      Very nice melodic touches are added into this album to give it a smooth flow in spite of its deep shadows of a world gone mad. 

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