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After Chidori

After Chidori

After Chidori


Check Them Out On: http://ww.facebook.com/afterchidori http://www.myspace.com/afterchidori With their self titled EP release in 2008, After Chidori has broken through the barriers to release a powerful brand new album entitled "The Jaws of Collapse" in 2010. It's a unique blend of metal-core and progressive rock; combine this with their in your face animating live performances and this, without a doubt is a band you don't want to miss and everyone can enjoy. Read more on Last.fm
Check Them Out On: http://ww.facebook.com/afterchidori http://www.myspace.com/afterchidori With their self titled EP release in 2008, After Chidori has broken through the barriers to release a powerful brand new album entitled "The Jaws of Collapse" in 2010. It's a unique blend of metal-core and progressive rock; combine this with their in your face animating live performances and this, without a doubt is a band you don't want to miss and everyone can enjoy. Creating a whole new sub-genre of metalcore isn’t easy, however Long Island’s After Chidori have managed to take metal-core to a whole new level by mixing elements of traditional hardcore with death metal vocals and ending in melody. How many bands can say that their front person is a woman that can scream better than most guys in the music industry and at the drop of a hat put on clean almost angelic vocals to end their songs with? Driven forward by the guitar work of Nick Diaz and James Marshall, After Chidori gives the best of metal as well as soft melodies that are the calm after the storm. A strong rhythm section provided by Greg Bustamante (Bass) and Justin Demurias (Drums) keeps the music tight and heavy.

The songs are well written and would push the limits of any musician trying to cover After Chidori. Heavy riffs and tight melodies seem to be the key to the success of After Chidori and it will ultimately be the reason that they become a house hold name in metal in the near future. This is truly a band that has done what they needed to get the attention of record labels. In fact if they aren’t signed by the end of 2010 I will have lost all faith in the music industry. A band that is marketable as well as talented is a rare thing in today’s sea of music.

After Chidori fills both of these shoes and will continue to wear them until the end of their career which we can only hope lasts longer than the ocean of poor quality bands that are out there. -Dan Clark, In the Pit Reviews Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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