Plebeian Grandstand - Lowgazers album
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Suffocating intensity. Dissonance and blast beats. From Toulouse (France) since 2005. PLEBEIAN GRANDSTAND updated their profile picture. 18 November ·. PLEBEIAN GRANDSTAND added 10 new photos to the album Hellfest 2018 - with Simon Chaubard and 2 others at Hellfest Open Air Festival.
Hardcore Plebeian Grandstand. Band Name Plebeian Grandstand. Album Name Lowgazers. Released date 31 March 2014. Labels Throatruiner Records. Members owning this album2.
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Dissonant and asymmetric blend of black metal, hardcore rage and apocalyptic atmospheres. Formed in 2005 in Toulouse (France). Over 200 shows played across USA, Russia, India, UK, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Eastern Europe and France. After the debut "How Hate is Hard to Define", different splits and "Lowgazers", they unleash their third full length album "False Highs, True Lows" in 2016.
Lowgazers (2014) by Plebeian Grandstand. Genres: Avant-garde Black . Album (Studio full-length).
Lowgazers by Plebeian Grandstand, released 31 March 2014 1. Thrvst 2. Endless Craving 3. Flail In The Bliss 4. Lowlifer 5. Relief Of Troth 6. Svn In Your Head 7. Aimless Roaming 8. Mvrk Diving Four years after "How Hate Is Hard To Define" and a pair of splits, here's the long-awaited second full-length from Toulouse, France's PLEBEIAN GRANDSTAND. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. includes complete artwork and liner notes. Purchasable with gift card.
Plebeian grandstand: Lowgazers. Sometimes a band’s evolution is so extreme, it’s as if a totally different group has emerged, completely shedding its sonic skin and realizing a new sound. It’s rare for this to happen, but in the case of Toulouse, France natives Plebeian Grandstand, it’s taken them to a whole other level
Plebeian Grandstand hasn't softened up a little bit as apparent from the start as "Thrvst" goes straight for the jugular. The rest of the album follow suit, every song is crazy and seems to be this close to absolutely losing it, making for an enthralling listen. As uncompromising as it is, they still make room for slower section, including ambient ones, (most notably on "Relief of Troth") that really help break the album apart. The faster, crazier sections seem that much faster and crazy when they are juxtaposed against a slow, or ambient part of a song. It's a dense album that will surely take multiple listens to really appreciate Lowgazers, but is a rewarding one. Lowgazers takes the cake of being the most dense of the two, in no way is this a bad thing. It ends of being better overall because of it. The only obvious downfall is how quiet the vocalist is compared to the band.
Lowgazers (LP, Album, RE, 180). Throatruiner Records, Grains Of Sand Records. France & Benelux. Lowgazers (2xLP, Album, Ltd). Throatruiner Records, Basement Apes Industries.