Banshee – Events Occur in Real Time Album Review

Today we are featuring another promising progressive thrash metal band, BANSHEE, from the USA. We have reviewed their latest album, Events Occur in Real Time, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Banshee is a promising melodic/progressive/thrash metal band I discovered about a month ago with their impressive album; Events Occur in Real Time, which was released as an EP not long ago in 2020. The band is officially making releases since 2020. They have started their careers with a single called; Sunflower (2020), continued with a single, Lizard Conditions (2020), and an EP album, Events Occur in Real Time (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

As you might also remember from some of my previous articles, I am not into anything trendy in any kind of art, especially in metal music. Most of the time, I find all those super trendy hardcore/screamo/metalcore/deathcore bands dull, and not smart enough with their creations. This New Yorker band Banshee is calling their music style as Metal/Hardcore. When I read a little bit about them, I was a little suspicious that I might be dealing with another modern hardcore/screamo band out there. However, I was caught entirely by surprise when I started to play the album.

I can assure you that Banshee has nothing to do with any modern and trendy bullshit. In fact, I found them quite traditional and old-school with their compositions, structure, and grooves. Surprisingly, they are like a great combination of everything I love about metal music. Traditional ideas, thrash metal elements, Slayer/Metallica/Gojira/Pantera kinda influences, an exceptional level of aggression, tons of progressive elements, non-standard song structures, intelligent songwriting skills, advanced musicianships, powerful instrumentation, and of course, irresistible dynamics like we used to hear from Pantera and Slayer. I wasn’t expecting to hear these good standards from a new band such as Banshee, who doesn’t have any professional band photos or even an official Instagram account, which is not something we often encounter. But I believe some of you already know me, that I don’t care about anything but only music. And discovering Banshee for me was more than satisfying.


Technically, Events Occur in Real Time has exceptional standards in every way. I have no idea where they recorded or who produced this album. Yet I can easily say that this album has one of the most satisfying metal sounds to me. I loved so many things about its overall sound. Everything sounds clear, atmospheric, dynamic, aggressive, well recorded, mixed, and in flawless harmony. However, this album is going to upset so many haters with its badass vocal mix. I am a big fan of Tom Araya / Joe Duplantier kinda vocal mixes, and Banshee, in this way, is one of the best examples I have heard. Once again, it is not only a good sounding album; it simply separates Banshee from everyone else out there.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am quite impressed by Banshee. They have an incredibly good sounding record, and a huge potential to blow everybody’s mind off when properly performed live. Honestly, guys, thrash/heavy metal bands conquered the world with these two characteristics back in the 80s, and I don’t think it’s ever going to be late for another band like Banshee to do the same thing in the same old-school way.

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates BANSHEE for their jaw-dropping job in EVENTS OCCUR IN REAL TIME and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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