One Day In Fukushima are a band from Italy that plays a mixture of death metal, grind, crust and hardcore punk and this is a review of their 2018 album "Ozymandias" which was released by Eclectic Productions.
Distorted amp noises start off the album going into a very fast musical direction which also uses a great amount of blast beats while the vocals bring in a mixture of screams and growls along with most of the tracks being very short in length and the riffs also use a small amount of dark sounding melodies.
Elements of crust and hardcore punk are also used at times while the songs also bring in a decent mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts along with some guttural growls and shouting style vocals being added into the music as the album progresses and when guitar leads are utilized briefly there are done in a very melodic style and spoken word samples are used briefly on the closing track as well as the vocals using a more traditional hardcore punk approach.
One Day In Fukushima plays a musical style that takes death metal, grind, crust and hardcore punk and mixes them together to create something very brutal, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover politics, ecology and social issue themes.
In my opinion One Day In Fukushima are a very great sounding mixture of death metal, grind, crust and hardcore punk and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Desomorfina" "Stench Of Rotten' "Waterboarding" and "Jiu Ming". 8 out of 10.