No Pulse – Bulls on Parade Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising metalcore band; No Pulse, from the USA. We have reviewed their powerful Rage Against the Machine cover; Bulls on Parade, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

No Pulse is another promising modern metalcore band I have discovered about a month ago with their latest Rage Against the Machine cover; Bulls on Parade, which was released in 2019. Bulls on Parade is one of the most legendary songs of Rage Against the Machine, and the second most popular Rage Against the Machine song on Spotify. No Pulse has taken a big brave step ahead by covering this epic song and blending it with their own sound and style. So I recommend you to check it out while you read the rest of the article.

No Pulse is a new metalcore band from USA and Bulls on Parade single release is their third official release. As you might remember from some of my previous articles that we expect to hear potential from upcoming bands more than anything else. First of all, starting your career with two singles and one full-length album release in only one year is giving us enough hint to have an idea about this band. I haven’t listened to all of their releases yet but I can easily say that they are handling everything quite professionally. You don’t see an upcoming band making three successful releases in one year with these standards very often, such as these American gentlemen have done. Bulls on Parade is a badass piece of work itself by Rage Against the Machine. Covering a song like this needs more than just balls, to be honest. This is not an easy challenge to take. In my opinion, No Pulse has done a remarkable job by focusing more on the general dynamics than anything else. The song sounds exceptional from the beginning to the end, leaving the listener breathless with its chaotic structure. Guitars are filling every single silence and this tense vibe immediately pulls the listener into its world. I, honestly, wasn’t expecting to hear such advanced musicianship from an upcoming band. If I didn’t know that they have started their careers in 2019, I’d easily think that they are a very experienced band after listening to this song alone.

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Technically, Bulls on Parade has an exceptional sound quality and production. Everything sounds super clean, clear, very well handled, connected, recorded, engineered, mixed, mastered, and most importantly in brilliant harmony. Just like I said earlier, this is a very original work. Hands down. While I was listening to this song over and over again before writing my review, it reminded me of movie scenes from Mission Impossible. I mean, this song would be a perfect fit for that kind of movie indeed.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by No Pulse. They are showing exceptional potential with their understanding of music, approach, strategy, career management, hard work, style, and energy in their music. I haven’t heard or saw any single negativity about them except for their activity and presence on social media. 2019 was surely a badass year for No Pulse and I believe they only need to maintain their standards to become an actively touring band 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.

No Pulse – Bulls on Parade Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine
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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates No Pulse for their destructive piece of work; Bulls on Parade, and wishes them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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