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      TripleMurder 'Pre-Meditated' EP Review By Liz Foster

      TripleMurder

      Pre-Meditated

      Self-Released

      Release Date: September 20, 2019

      EP Review By Liz Foster

      Boston Rock Radio

      With bolstered yells, thrashing guitars, and a tasteful blend of both modern and metal sounds Pre-Meditated, the debut EP of TripleMurder, shows a promising future for the Canadian metal band.

      Pre-Meditated jumps in from the get-go with a crescendoing entrance of drums and a fiery guitar line on “Boogeyman” that swoops into deep vocals and groaning yells. The song is fun, featuring an eclectic breakdown as it drones into “Eyes of Judgment.” “Eyes” is raucous with a Limp Bizkit vibe in its fast vocals that split between yells over pummeling instrumentals. Heavily punctuated screams contrast the fun, more wistful guitar chords as the track winds down. A softer bassline opens “Sacrifice” which quickly descends into bursting vocals over full-bodied strings as the guitars nearly whine before ending in a smooth, silky guitar solo. The first and only feature of the EP appears on“Crawl” as Eric Forget, of fellow Canadian band A Scar for the Wicked, makes a guest vocal appearance on the winding, grinding guitars sprinkling power chords. Pre-Meditated winds down in the throaty, higher-pitched noise of “Ready to Bleed” before descending into the electric, grimey vocals of “Canabalistic.” On “Canabalistic,” the project comes to a head, the guitar intensifies, warping around the drums as the cacophony of noise sends off the last few minutes of the record.

      As a debut project, Pre-Meditated shows both the starry potential and room for expansion most bands dream of. The guitars sizzle over basslines, the drumlines roar, and the guttural groans and screams of lead singer Mike Eron flourish together; Pre-Meditated is fiery, bringing refreshing energy to the table and showing a bright future for TripleMurder.

       

      Publicist / Press Relations – Jon Asher – asher@ashermediarelations.com

      Bookings: triplemurderofficial@gmail.com

       

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