Stuntman are a band from France that plays a mixture of hardcore, noise and grind and this is a review of their 2014 album "Incorporate The Excess" which was released by Solar Flare Records.
"Broken Mirrors Lacerate" which is also the first song on the album as well as intro opens up with nature sounds along with some spoken word samples.
"The Patriot, The Elite, The Icon" begins with fast, heavy and brutal guitar and bass riffs which also utilize some melody along with some drums before slowing and adding in hardcore style vocals along with some growls and screams as well as some technical riffing and at the last minute the music gets fast again.
"Bag Of Dicks" opens up with heavy guitar and bass riffs along with some drums and a second later aggressive screams are added into the song and the music speeds up a bit buts focuses more on mid paced parts along with some harsh noise elements and towards the end of the song there is a brief use of guitar leads.
"Horn Of Misery" kicks in with heavy and fast guitar and bass riffs along with some drums before adding in crust style screams as well as a brief use of blast beats and after awhile t he music slows down a bit and goes into a more hardcore direction and towards the end there is a brief use of death metal growls before the song speeds up again.
"Roll The Skull" starts up with heavy guitar riffs and drums before adding in aggressive vocals and then the music starts to alternate between slow and mid paced parts and yo u can also hear bass guitars in certain sections of the song and towards the end there is a brief use of blast beats.
"Chaos Shepherd" comes in with fast and heavy guitar and bass riffs along with some drums before slowing down a bit and adding in hardcore screams while also returning back to the faster sections at times.
'Scarecrow Warfare" which is also the last song on the album begins with drums along with some heavy guitar and bass riffs that also utilize melody at times and halfway throw the song elements of noise are added into the music until returning back to the guitar riffs and towards tthe end you can hear some screams in the background
Song lyrics cover dark and hateful 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 recording as well as the last song being very long and epic in length.
In my opinion Stuntman are a very great sounding mixture of noise, hardcore and grind and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Patriot, The Elite, The Icon" and "Rot The Skull". RECOMMENDED BUY.