TThis is the final review of a recording from Afterlife Kids which continues their mixture of screamo and power violence with the album being called "Morgengrauen" and released as a joint effort between Vendetta and Adagio 30.
The album starts out with some dark sounding synths as well as some harsh noise sounds as well as a small use of spoken words and then the heavy guiars kick in and the music starts mixing emo, post hardcore and power violence together.
The music music also starts using some melodic riffing along with a combination of screams and shouts before adding in brutal bass guitars and blast beats to create a sound that is a little more diverse and as songs go on by there are some noise elements being brought back into the music along with some drones, and then the music starts adding in clean guitars before going back to a heavy assault.
As the album progresses metal influences are added into the music as well as the music adding in progressive touches which also calm down the chaos this recording possesses, and the music also starts adding in more blast beats and mixing in more drone and noise elements to create a sound only they can call their own.
Song lyrics are written in German and cover hateful and everyday themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, heavy and professional sound where you can hear all of the musical instruments that are present on this recording.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Afterlife kids and if you are a fan of screamo, noise and power violence, you should check this album out. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "In Wolflgefallen Aufgelost" "Ethos" "Bismut" and "Inkompatibilist". RECOMMENDED BUY.