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Landmvrks – ‘Lost in the Waves’ (The Complete Edition)

Publisher
Arising Empire
FFO
Hollow Front, Thornhill, Bad Omens, Lucer, Linkin Park
Release Date
18/03/2022
Publisher
Arising Empire
Genre
Metalcore

Landmvrks burst onto the metalcore from Marseille, France in 2014 having all the hallmarks of Hollow Front, Thornhill and Bad Omens. Last year, Landmvrks released their ‘Lost in the Waves’ album which features the band with a new guitarist and drummer and now this year has Landmvrks returning with a complete edition of their 2021 album.

Although there has been a change in the line-up, Landmvrks, the band are still lacking a relative individual persona which sets them apart from other metalcore bands; yes, the talent is there, but it does need to show itself a lot more than it does. This doesn’t mean that this album isn’t good, it’s just not great, the vocals move between feral barks and soulful croons coupled with screams which feel a little out of the comfort zone but add in the infectious guitar riffs and memorable hooks and the troupes are all there ready to form turbulent pits.

With this complete edition, the last ten tracks are live and provides an enjoyable experience; in fact, this would make for a great stand-alone live album and when joined with the 2021 album, these 25 tracks are a lot to dive into and get to grips with, but it is enjoyable and if you’d like to hear what Landmvrks sound like live with a blistering set, then this complete edition is the way to go; but if this isn’t interesting to you, then just stick with the standard edition.

"if you’d like to hear what Landmvrks sound like live with a blistering set, then this complete edition is the way to go"
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