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Hyperdump: Syncretism

Since the discovery in France of the excellent Gojira there seems to be a constant trickle of bands from this part of the world, Hyperdump; a slightly unfortunate choice for a band name, are among them.

This follow up E.P to their debit album Rational Pain sees this French consortium following a well trodden path by many other bands, Hyperdump however, stand above them with an almost unique sound. Some industrial elements and their own sense of individualism makes them a cross between Strapping Young Lad & Faith No More, a combination I'm pretty comfortable with. With their down tuned guitars and powerful beats they blend heaviness with harmonies perfectly. The last track 'Hyperdump' showing the heavy Faith No More influence in the chorus with a fantastic clean delivery. For very little expense its worth giving this band a whirl, however unfortunate the name may suggest, Hyperdump have a sound worth discovering.

Track List:-
1 - Welcome my boy
2 - So tired
3 - Across a pathway
4 - Fake
5 - HyperDump

Added: January 12th 2014
Reviewer: Mark Davies
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 1869
Language: english

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