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Autonomy - Autonomy
Formed in Daventry in 1998, Autonomy's local peers include such nu-Brit-rockers as Raging Speedhorn and Defenestration. And this, their debut album, was produced by Dave Dominguez, engineer of Papa Roach's Infest and Staind's Break The Cycle. So you'd expect their sound to be absolutely contemporary--and it is. Guitarist Matt Cosentino constantly switches from doomy Sabbath riffs to a frantic speed-metal rush, driven on by Richard Bradley's punishing percussion. What sets the band apart is their vocal arrangements. While in the studio, they replaced co-vocalist Olly Eldershaw with Los Angeles native "Soup" Carpenter, but kept much of what was already recorded. Consequently, we now hear Eldershaw's terrifying shrieks and grunts, Carpenter's ordinarily sweet and soft melodies, and the harsh raps of Jay Spencer, often all at once. The results, as with the excellent "Help You", "A Feeling Undescribable" and "This Is Real", can be both fascinating and happily disorientating, particularly when the musical backing rises above mundane metal. Unfortunately, this doesn't happen enough, though the churning riff of "S/K/N/S" recalls Rage Against The Machine, "Donkey Punch" possesses some truly piercing guitar and "When Things Go Wrong" hints at the histrionic strangeness of Pixies. It's an inconsistent album, but so timely it may shift millions nonetheless. --Dominic Wills
Top Customer Reviews
Its not often to find a new young band who are prepared to try something different but the Earache label have unearthed a bunch of young lads who have done just that. They refer to them in their blurb affectionately as a 'wrecking crew' and a couple of listens to this album will tell you why - I defy anyone to listen to this and not begin to want to get stuck into some serious moshing or head banging.
There's a real variety of influences going on in here. Listen hard enough and you can hear elements of Deftones, Limp Bizkit and Korn wrapped up with some Foos, Stained, Faith no More and even Beatle type melodies - no kidding, and anyone who can make that lot gel must have something worth listening to. There's no doubt Autonomy are the real thing. A big plus for this album is that Autonomy have come up with a well finished product which still maintains its fresh, often raw edge.
The album contains 12 full tracks of life and energy. The first, 'Shovel Affection' is a worthy opener, an indication of everything to come while 'But I Thought' follows with a delicate combined balance of inventive riffs and melodic overlays on sharp thoughtful rap.
While there's no doubt 'Was it Worth it?' will receive its fair share of radio attention, S/K/N/S is likely to cause havoc in any live pit through its sheer uncompromising 'in your face' unrelenting pace and energy.Read more ›
Jay's vocals create everything from catchy, fast rapping, intense screams and highly emotional singing, combined with soups vocals give the melodic and distinctive edge the band needed.
Every track stands out in this amazing compilation, my advice is just go out and buy it!
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2. But I Thought
3. Was It Worth It
5. Thrown Like Dice
6. Donkey Punch
7. Help You
8. A Feeling Undescribable
10. This Is Real
11. When Things Go Wrong