Into the Flood – The Art of Burning a Bridge Song Review – Heavy Metal T-Shirts – Metalhead Community Blog

Today we are featuring a powerful hardcore/heavy metal band; Into the Flood, from Washington, USA. We have reviewed their fascinating song; The Art of Burning a Bridge, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Into the Flood – The Art of Burning a Bridge Song Review – Heavy Metal T Shirts – Metalhead Community Blog

Into the Flood is another powerful heavy metal/djent band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Blog submissions about a few months ago with this very song; The Art of Burning a Bridge, the third single off from their Cycles of Self, the upcoming album of the band. The Art of Burning a Bridge is a song that is powerful enough to talk for itself. It is giving us a hint about the band’s creativity, potentials, style, professionalism, ideas, understanding of music and more. I’ve found them quite talented at what they do. Hands down. They have very interesting and also creative ideas in this composition. The energy is huge and flows perfectly through all the way to the end. This is more like the successful combination of traditional heavy metal with modern djent metal to me, and I liked it. I am not against djent at all. But mostly, they sound too robotic, technical and like math oriented music to me. Songs like The Art of Burning a Bridge has a wider range of creativity in it, and this is what makes a big difference. In this way, I can say that Into the Flood has done a brilliant job with this song.

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Into the Flood – The Art of Burning a Bridge Song Review – Heavy Metal T Shirts – Metalhead Community Blog

Technically, The Art of Burning a Bridge has top class standards. Everything sounds clear, natural, powerful, atmospheric, very well balanced and produced. The dynamics of the song always keep the listener’s attention alive. I really liked their energy, which I believe more important than the rest. On the other hand, the producer obviously has done a marvelous job. He understood the band, their desires, potentials, style and felt the song. Again, not only the riffs, melodies or the producer’s success has created the impact, but the harmony in their work did. The band is showing great potential with their ideas, and this level of professionalism will certainly take you to the next level in time. When I take all these into account, I can say that I am well impressed by Into the Flood. They are on the right track and their music will eventually get the feedback it deserves in time. The Art of Burning a Bridge earned its place in Metalhead Community’s TOP METAL SONGS Spotify Playlist. Strongly recommended to those who are looking for some fresh blood!

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Into the Flood – The Art of Burning a Bridge Song Review – Heavy Metal T Shirts – Metalhead Community Blog

In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Into the Flood for their phenomenal song The Art of Burning a Bridge, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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