Uniform / Wake In Fright
Album: Wake In Fright   Collection:General
Artist:Uniform   Added:May 2017
Label:Sacred Bones Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2017-06-08 Pull Date: 2017-08-10 Charts: Loud
Week Ending: Aug 6 Jul 9 Jun 18 Jun 11
Airplays: 1 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 31, 2017: deep storage
The Lost
3. Jun 14, 2017: Magnetized Toner: After Hours
2. Jul 06, 2017: Neural facilitation
4. Jun 09, 2017: The Lord's Last Supper
The Light At The End (Cause)

Album Review
Super Chuck
Reviewed 2017-06-02
Uniform have certainly chosen the right style to articulate their pessimism. Clanging metal-on-metal, palm-muted riffs and unrelenting drum beats are ample tools to fashion a machine of apocalyptic torment. Wake in Fright isn’t much removed from the duo’s previous records. Blown-red synthetic kicks and cracks pummel away, while guitars scrape and pound with a grindcore intensity. Terrifying and violent, Wake in Fright is a perfectly logical response to the state of the world.

Metal Noise, Industrial.

Like: Prurient, NIN, Destruction Unit, Gnod

Recommend to play: 2, 4, 5
FCC on tracks: 1, 4, 7,

1.Tabloid (3:15) Total Chaos, screaming vocals, repetitive guitars.
2.Habit (4:30) Squealing, pulsing horror show cold feedback, anemic percussion. bitter vocals.
3.The Lost (4:49) Industrial Pop, like a hardcore Cold Cave song.
4.The Light at the End (Cause) (4:36) Most relentless track, loss of control vocals jackhammer oppressive drums.
5.The Killing of America (4:04) A positively filthy riff that buzzes like a swarm of vituperative wasps (like a Slayer)
6.Bootlicker (5:03) Thrash gets locked into a snarling loop.
7.Night of Fear (5:01) claustrophobic slow-burner with military drums.
8.The Light at the End (Effect) (5:52) Experimental noise piece with spoken vocals.

Track Listing
1. Tabloid   5. The Killing Of America
2. Habit   6. Bootlicker
3. The Lost   7. Night Of Fear
4. The Light At The End (Cause)   8. The Light At The End (Effect)