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Metal - Publicado el 26 de febrero de 2014 | earMUSIC

It's tempting to give BABYMETAL's debut album BABYMETAL a full five-star rating. Or ten star. Or all the stars. Not only does the album create a totally new genre, it defines it and also ends it at the same time. The band's producer Kobametal says the name came to him in a revelation, but it would be interesting to see where the idea to mix super-girly J-pop and riff-heavy heavy metal into an unholy blend of frothing cuteness came from. These are two styles that never in a million years should have been Frankensteined together...the girls' ultra sweet and innocent vocals juxtaposed with cookie monster growling is batty, the pummeling beats that underpin the bubblegummy radio pop melodies are nuts, and the occasional hip-hop interludes, drum'n'bass bits, and dubstep breaks really push it into wackyland. The record really shouldn't work at all, and BABYMETAL should just be a total joke that is funny the first time someone sends you a link to one of their videos, but quickly loses its appeal. Somehow it does work, though; maybe it's the sheer audacity of it all that elevates the album past joke status and close to genius. The insanely catchy songs help in the making-it-work department, too. Whatever the magical quality Kobametal sprinkles liberally over the mix, he's clearly tapped into the same kind of cosmic, comic stream of unconsciousness that made Andrew W.K.'s first album so brilliant. It's clearly not an album for metalheads who like to follow the clear definitions of what makes metal metal, or one for J-pop fans who are scared of huge guitar riffs. But those who don't really care about rules and just want to jump around like idiots to the brightest, silliest music imaginable will find exactly what they never dreamed about asking for in BABYMETAL's brilliant debut. © Tim Sendra /TiVo
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Metal - Publicado el 23 de abril de 2021 | earMUSIC

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Metal - Publicado el 11 de octubre de 2019 | earMUSIC

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Metal - Publicado el 1 de abril de 2016 | earMUSIC

After single-handedly launching the metal idol genre with a run of brilliant singles and a hyper-fun self-titled debut album, the Babymetal crew return with Metal Resistance, a second album that alters their winning formula in some important ways. Band mastermind Kobametal and the writers and producers he hired have cut out some of the more playful elements of their sound in favor of a heavier, more serious approach. Yes, the main concept of a trio of chirpy J-pop girls singing in unison over thrashing metal riffs and pummeling beats is still the basis of their genius, but this time there are no reggae interludes, no dubstep breakdowns, fewer bubblegummy melodies, almost no cookie-monster vocals, and no songs about chocolate and their desperate need to have it. In their place are some nu metal influences that cause the songs to grind instead of soar, a mawkish piano-and-strings ballad ("No Rain, No Rainbow") that White Lion would think was soft, and a general lack of fun that is totally at odds with their first record. Maybe spending so much time with serious metalheads, on-stage and at awards shows, led the brain trust behind the group to aim for something their new peer group wouldn't scoff at (too much). The attempt at sounding like someone's idea of what real metal should be falls flat, with the epic-scaled "From Dusk Till Dawn" coming off pretentious and overstuffed, and too many songs relying on riffs that Linkin Park already wore out years before. Luckily, there are still flashes of the project's original style that come through about half the time. Tracks like "Awadama Fever," which has clattering breakbeats underneath the super-hooky melodies, the hard-hitting "GJ!," and a few others sound like vintage Babymetal, and the girls, especially Su-Metal, sound just as confident and note-perfect as before. They're blameless for the dip in quality on Metal Resistance; their collaborators let them down. Kobametal would have been better served by not trying to reach for artistic growth or serious acceptance; another couple of frivolous and fun albums would have been just fine. As it stands, Metal Resistance is still worth hearing, if only for the half of the record that captures the insanely silly balancing act that their debut managed so well. © Tim Sendra /TiVo
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Metal - Publicado el 30 de diciembre de 2016 | earMUSIC

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