Chasbo Zelena – Indignation Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising blues rock band; Chasbo Zelena, from the UK. We have reviewed their electrifying song; Indignation, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Chasbo Zelena is a new promising old school blues rock band I have discovered about a month ago with their addictive song; Indignation, off from their latest single with the same title, which was released in 2020. Although they are a British band, they are making pure American music almost at the same good standards with them, which is really cool. As we all know, this is a genuine old school blues rock with irresistible energy all along the way. Please give it a listen while you read the rest of the article.

Chasbo Zelena is a special band, who have been releasing music since 2019. Their music style always had an audience and always will have until the end of time. Blues music basics are the fundamentals of rock music at the same time. As you might have also know, whenever we listen to the interviews of the artists from today’s legendary metal bands such as Metallica, Dream Theater, Slayer, Exodus, Megadeth and so on, they always mention names like The Beatles, Def Leppard, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones… as their first influencers which eventually evolved to today’s rock and metal. It seems to me like Chasbo Zelena is one of those who have never abandoned the ship since those times and still carrying the torch of their style. As I have also mentioned above, they have a very pure country rock blues mix here on this song.

The structure of the song is quite easy going and simple. The song is mostly structured with the focus on the energy flow, which immediately pulls the listener into its world. I can easily say that they have done the right thing by keeping everything as simple and dynamic as possible. There’s no need to talk about the ideas or the innovative thinking whenever the case is old-school such as this one. This music always makes you feel better, and extremely effective when performed live.


Technically, Indignation has good standards as well. Hands down. I can hear that there are some specific decisions here on the mixing and mastering. Usually, bands like Chasbo Zelena choose to have nostalgic kinda sound in this genre, which is quite popular these days. However, they have chosen to do the opposite here in this example. The song, overall, sounds super bright, dynamic and close to electronic. As I said, this could be their decision. And there’s nothing negative to say about it at all.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am quite positive about Chasbo Zelena. They are quite promising with what they do which you can also confirm by looking at the streaming numbers on their discography. People who love old school blues-rock music should certainly give these gentlemen a listen!

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the band, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

Chasbo Zelena – Indignation Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine

In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates Chasbo Zelena for their great piece of work in Indignation and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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