Oxford trio Masiro have been carving a name for themselves as a must-see act under the mathcore banner, having originally made a big statement with their debut release, Technocologist Unknown, back in 2016.
Fast forward to the present day, and the guys are back for another round with their sophomore EP – Geodesics.
A tight mixture of rugged riffs, forcibly crunching bass chords and resounding drum hits result in some bulky, sizable tracks. The tempo regularly switches back and forth between slow and driving, and quick and snappy, and additional accessories help give certain pieces an extra layer; most notably the ensnaring saxophone in K-Ursa.
Although it can suffer from repetitiveness at times, Geodesics is nevertheless a great record that is sure to engross any lover of math rock.
End Permian, K-Ursa, Grand Trine
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