Dive into Diazable's latest hardcore offering 'Walk Alone' with our detailed review. Explore the raw intensity and gritty sound that define Louisville's hardcore scene.

Walk Alone - Walk Alone EP Review

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Be prepared to have your ears ringing for days after listening to this episode from the band walk alone. I’ll get this out of the way. As much as I love a good cymbal spalsh or crash, the amount you get on this episode is quite ridiculous. It gets so ridiculous at times that it drowns out a lot of the other members and can distract from the overall enjoyment of the episode. However, when they do pull back on the heavy cymbal use, you get some solid hardcore riffing, crushing percussion, and raw vocals. The most impressive part of this episode is how aggressive and easy the vocalist makes it sound. His vocals are so raw and done so effortlessly that they're not easy to overlook. The pacing of all the songs is really good because they are short and sweet and never overextend their welcome. The mixing and mastering here isn't half bad, but I think they didn't know how to handle all the cymbal work here, and so it’s hard for me to tell if the loud cymbals are from the drummer or the producer. A rough EP that still packs a punch for any hardcore enthusiast. 

RATING: 7/10


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