This is a review of another recording from Idylls which continues their mixture of punk, post hardcore and grind along with some progressive elements with the album being self released in 2012 and called "Farewell All Joy".
The album starts out with some drums and post hardcore guitar riffs before adding in screams, blast beats and grindcore elements and the music also starts getting more diverse along with some prog elements.
As the album progresses the bass guitars get louder and melody starts mixing in with some of the more chaotic parts and the music start developing an original sound that only this band can call their own and the variety of many different influences really make this band and album stand out from the rest and as time goes on by there are some elements of harsh noise being added into the album as well as some death metal influences.
Song lyrics 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 the album along with most of the songs being very short.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from from Idylls and if you are looking for some original sounding noise, grind or hardcore, you should check this album out. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Paradise of Blood" "Bombs Reign Useless" "Violent Caves" and "Teenage noose". RECOMMENDED BUY.