Join an empowering musical journey with the New Jersey-based band American Grim and its latest tracks. The band has released a thirteen-track album named ‘Ultra Black’.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Hillsborough, New Jersey Aug 2, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – High octane production and enticing vocal skills have united in the latest tracks by the American Grim. This punk-rock band has created a bridge between the old and the present with its musical representations. Hailing from New Jersey, this band has released a single named ‘Anarchy In The USA‘ that is creating a huge buzz in the industry. It brings forth the socio-political situation of America with an intense lyricism that hits hard. There is a rebellion perspective to bring down which is not right; a message established by the track. Added with the vocalist’s raspy singing and blistering guitar work, the track is a masterpiece.
The band has released another album named ‘Ultra Black’ that contains thirteen invigorating tracks. Some of them like, ‘Nightmare‘, ‘So Sick‘, ‘Alone (Hate Me)‘, etc are the perfect examples of this band’s creativity and united musical effort. The tracks are well written and capable of intriguing listeners with the lyrical aspect that depicts the naked truth of society. Each of these tracks is deftly produced with a finely calibrated musical arrangement.
Previously, the band has released another album named ‘Freakshow’ which garnered a lot of attention from the fans and critics. It consists of twelve amazing tracks that have kept everyone engrossed like, ‘Concrete Jungle’, ‘Only One’, ‘Drugs Like Candy’, and many others. The three-piece band is looking forward to making more releases as it proceeds on its never-ending musical journey. Follow the American Grim on Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to know more about its music.
Let’s listen to American Grim’s tracks only on Spotify:
Anarchy In The USA: https://open.spotify.com/track/0Ec08E8CyQrdRJDRj4aCYY
Alone (Hate Me): https://open.spotify.com/track/7tx0Jq4KdsZXWleYXmX7gF
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