So it’s time for my first true Exception to the Rule in quite a while. I decided at some point I would try to avoid breaking our site’s moniker as much as I could, but I feel this album deserves the occasion. The Safety Fire have been picking up quite a bit of steam lately, introducing an interesting sound that has me slightly baffled, yet plenty fascinated. However, the future is currently irrelevant. What’s relevant is now, and Grind the Ocean is an impressive, technically adept, and progressive morsel of delightfully unorthodox taste. The album’s opener Huge Hammers is immediately indicative of this. A subdued riff plays in the background, only to crash forth into the song’s gravitas-inducing, disorienting verse riff.
Songs in album The Safety Fire - Grind The Ocean (2012). 06:26 320 Кб/с 246. 2. Floods Of Colour.
Band Name The Safety Fire. Album Name Grind the Ocean. The Saftey Fire can best be described as a blender of progressive metal with vocals that seem to be stuck in a medium between Between the Buried and Me's Tommy Rodgers and TesseracT's former frontman Daniel Tompkins. Riff wise, they are like a blend of Mastodon and Periphery. Musically, this is a prog musician's dream. With each track, the band delivers with a moment for the listener to breathe. Opening track and lead single "Huge Hammers" gives a good taste of what is to come. As frontman Sean McWeeney chimes in over guitarists Dez Nagle and Joaquin Ardiles, the band. Released date 27 February 2012. Labels InsideOut Music. Music StyleExperimental Metal. Members owning this album10.
The Complete Guitar Transcription for The Safety Fire's 2012 album "Grind the Ocean". Instant Digital Download. Print-Ready PDF - 146 pages. Guitar Pro files for all songs (guitars only). A A D G B E - Huge Hammers, Floods of Colour, Animal King, Sections. D A D G B E - DMB(FDP), Circassian Beauties, Grind the Ocean. E A D G B E - Anomalous Material, Seagraves.
The Safety Fire delivered a catchy, technical and even fun album with Grind The Ocean that starts out strong and will try its best to keep you hooked from start to finish.
Grind the Ocean is the debut studio album from UK based progressive metal band The Safety Fire. The album was initially due to be released on February 27, 2012 in Europe and the February 28, in North America. However, the official release date was pushed back to April 9, 2012 in Europe and April 10, 2012 in North America. The album was mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios. Studio album by. The Safety Fire.