Music Finds #7 – The Visualist from OZ
“Music Finds” is a new series, with new posts here on the blog each Wednesday. The concept is as follows:
As I listen to a lot of music, I from time to time finds a piece that sticks out, sometimes because it’s quirky, mixed two very unlikely genres, unlikely instruments, or just damn right having an awesome sound. Expect any kind of genre to appear here. These songs is what I will be sharing with you in these posts called “Music Finds”.
For being someone who plays in a Visual Rock-band, it feels a little out of place that I haven’t had any Visual-bands featured here yet. I think it is because I for a while haven’t really explored the new music coming out, at least not as much as I used to when I was newer in this scene. However, a couple of weeks ago I stumbled upon this song by the Japanese band -OZ-. I’ve heard them mentioned before, but I never checked them out until I stumbled on this song.
-OZ- – DETOX
This is a song that probably is a good introduction to the mid and late 2000’s VK. It’s both heavy and light, makes use of both clean and aggressive vocals, a catchy melody as its signature, all with a commercial and polished front.
The song starts off with a catchy intro, and my favorite part of this song is easily the intro and the post chorus break down.
The guitars breaths nostalgia.