Jeremy Pascal – Butterfly Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising trapcore band; Jeremy Pascal, from the USA. We have reviewed their stimulating song; Butterfly, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Jeremy Pascal is a new promising alternative/rapcore/trapcore trio I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about two months ago with their addictive song; Butterfly, off from their latest single with the same title, which was released in 2019. As you might also remember from some of my previous articles that there are so many new and also trendy music styles emerging lately. In my opinion, the ones who are able to survive and grow their audiences with not only their melodies, beats or energy but also with their innovative ideas.

Trapcore, metalcore, hardcore, and rapcore are raging everywhere at the moment. They have created the subculture of hip-hop and old school rap music. In our example, these American gentlemen here are making the difference with their powerful blend of different elements from different music forms. They took the fundamentals of rap, pop, rock, metal and hip hop music, filtered and blended with their own ideas, which is quite admirable.

Innovative thinking has become what I value the most in every branch of art as well as in music. Just like I mentioned earlier, Jeremy Pascal is showing great potential with their aggressive, dirty rock vocal style along with old school, super atmospheric and addictive background loop. I started to hear more and more stuff coming up from this genre lately and I must say, they are quite talented in this. The compositions are usually structured mainstream and hit song-oriented. The focus is on the addictive melodies, without any distraction. The song is 1:51 long yet powerful enough to leave its mark in the listeners’ memory more effectively than 15-minute long progressive rock songs. This is one of the key things about this music and Jeremy Pascal has done a brilliant job on Butterfly.

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Technically, Butterfly has above average standards (for me). This is a very specific job with a specific music style, so I don’t want to talk about the standards that much. I mean, there are some certain sound standards valid for every kind of music. Yet, there also are some styles where people tend to push these limits, just like in this example. Time to time I can hear some sound balancing problems here on Butterfly. Yet it doesn’t mean that they have made a mistake, this might be their personal decisions. Overall, it sounds good enough to channel the right kind of energy to its listener, which is the most important thing.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am quite positive about Jeremy Pascal. In my opinion, they have some unique fundamentals in their own music which can open the way for them in their careers in the future!

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.

Jeremy Pascal – Butterfly Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine
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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates Jeremy Pascal for their badass piece of work in Butterfly and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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