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Raw Hex 'Always High, Always Low' Album Review By Allyson Kingsley

Raw Hex

Always High, Always Low

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Release:  November 15,  2019

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Let's take a little ride into the extreme metal zone, shall we? Come now, be brave. After all, experiences build character. With North Carolina's Raw Hex we have a whole lot of grindcore with a death metal flair. Obviously this provides for quite a brutal mixture.

 

These blast masters expresses a fair amount of ferocity through an onslaught of shredding guitars and possess a strong uproar of enraged vocals on top of it. Raw Hex is as cold, aggressive and ferocious as music can get, with their deathgrind sound. Taking breakneck speed and being able to harness it in a manner that doesn’t render the music a grinding mess requires a fine touch.

 

Always High, Always Low features 10 tracks of spasmodic blasting and visceral string abrasion. The title track has hooks for days and an inhuman energy detonated with nuclear force from every participant in the group. It just fucking rips. Battering through tracks like "Dead Dealer" and "Vultures Prey" Raw Hex seem to know the importance of keeping things tight and engaging.

 

With more than adequate vitriol and influences from the edges of modern grindcore, metallic hardcore, and beloved death metal this album both packs the punch to knock out your teeth and carries the weight to rattle them in your skull as it approaches.

 

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