Tuesday, 20 October 2015


Jungbluth are a three-piece hardcore/screamo band from Münster, Germany that formed in 2012. If you're looking for something passionate and abrasive, you don't need to look much farther. These guys tear through each song with such intensity that you'd think these were all live recordings. In their earlier material, there's a slight crust influence, but they've gotten more "melodic" (for lack of a better word) as they've progressed, especially on their most recent album. They incorporate tons of unique and angular guitar work that could almost be compared to an amped-up and very distorted Q And Not U. In addition, they've got pounding bass and drums topped by throat-shredding vocals, which are more in the realm of Dangers and Birds in Row, though even then the comparison isn't really that precise. As far as aggressive music goes, this band is definitely one to note in recent years. Not only are they bludgeoning and intense, but actually craft some interesting songs and explore new sounds. That's about all one could want from a band, is it not? Enjoy.

1. Ueberstellung
2. A Vague Memory
3. Interlude
4. Traubhagel
5. Quick Temper - Slow Mind
6. Outro

1. Crevasse
2. Wakefield
3. Looks Like Freedom
4. These Rare Moments
5. Au Revoir Tristesse
6. Zwang Abwärts
7. No One But Myself
8. Angebot / Nachsage
9. Crevasse II

1. Callow - Bildungsroman
2. Callow - Dead End Kids
3. Callow - Warhead
4. Jungbluth - Keeping Peace

1. Everytime Geradeaus
2. King Of The Hill
3. Schrödinger's Katze
4. Charades
5. Untitled
6. Sternstunden der Doppelmoral
7. Dead Keys
8. Lokalkolorit
9. Overdose Us
10. Empathy Is Not A Competition

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