Every week, our editors take a moment to step out from of their desk and on to the camera to talk about some of the most exciting record releases out right now in our brand new video series! Welcome to Bandwagon Recent Record Reviews!
Daniel Peters and Hidzir Junaini are back wth a brand new season of Recent Record Reviews (or Triple R as the kids say out there in "the streets")! As usual, the Bandwagon editors will be talking about a fresh batch of records hot off the presses, and it just so happens that the crop for this lucky 13th episode is especially strong. There's a bleak American doom metal masterpiece sandwiched in between a pair of noteworthy freshman releases by Singaporean bands, so sit back and enjoy!
This week, we discuss Cosmic Child's "duvet-pop" untitled debut album, the mysterious Drakar Taso's enigmatic Apocrypha, and sludge metalheads The Body's miserable new release No One Deserves Happiness.
And if you disagree or agree with any of our opinions (art is subjective after all), we'd love to hear from you in the comments section too. In the meantime, sit back and enjoy!
Cosmic Child - 'Kaleidoscope' | untitled
Drakar Taso - 'Sleepers in the Cave (Dreams of Maitreya)' | Apocrypha
The Body - 'Prescience' | No One Deserves Happiness