This is one metal band that's not easy to categorize, drawing on many styles, Hardcore, Technical Metal, Grind, etc. Time Has Come's latest, titled The White Fuzz, is relentless; you only get a few rest stops to take a breather before the onslaught returns. Not sure where the title The White Fuzz comes from but it certainly brings strange images to mind. Time Has Come have existed for around four years, and this is their first full length release.
Marcel Detel's brutal vocals come screaming through on opener "Keep your tongue from evil", his vocals certainly are different and you could say the same about this album. It's hard to tell what may be coming next, as one minute they are thrashing it up then "Elevator to prypiat" comes on which is like elevator music in comparison. Except for a short blast it's very laid back then you are thrown back into the pit to face the wrath of " The abandoned city (Part 1)". "The White Fuzz" title and last track is an instrumental that builds in intensity as it goes.
If you're looking for something that's very heavy most of the time, not to mention somewhat different give this a try.
1. Keep your tongue from evil
2. A clown can get away with murder
3. When the promise of forever becomes a farewell on lease
4. Something draws near from nothing
5. Elevator to prypiat
6. The abadoned city (Part 1)
7. And no matter how fast you try to run - you are always moving in slow motion
8. The abandoned city (Part 2)
9. Ignorance is bliss
10. The White Fuzz