Nomvdic - Legacy - Song Review - Modern Progressive Deathcore from Florida, USA

Nomvdic - Legacy - Song Review - Modern Progressive Deathcore from Florida, USA
Nomvdic - Legacy - Song Review - Modern Progressive Deathcore from Florida, USA

Today, we are excited to feature Nomvdic, a promising modern progressive deathcore band hailing from Florida, USA. Join us as we delve into their intense track 'Legacy' and explore the band's potential, musical style, and impact on the genre.

NOMVDIC - "Legacy [Album Version]" (Official Video). Engineered, produced, mixed, and mastered by Austin Coupe. Filmed and Edited by Richard LePost. Editing by Nicholas Marzluf

Nomvdic is a band that has caught my attention through Metalhead Community Submissions, and their song 'Legacy,' from their latest release 'Reach' (2018), showcases their ability to break new ground and challenge listeners with their unique approach to music. In a world dominated by mainstream acts, intelligent songwriters and composers like Nomvdic offer hope for the future, bringing fresh perspectives and innovation to the scene.

'Legacy' is a monstrous and powerful track, incorporating progressive elements and ideas that leave a lasting impact. Although they are still in the early stages of their career, I can discern significant influences from bands like Meshuggah and Killswitch Engage in their music, which is a testament to their admiration for these acts. It is refreshing to witness bands like Nomvdic striving to create something remarkable and push the boundaries of their genre. In previous articles, I have expressed my belief that the world is hungry for originality, and Nomvdic reminds us of the limitless possibilities that lie ahead. Upon closer inspection, I notice that they possess both a traditional and modern side to their music. They embody the time-honored ways of doing things while showcasing advanced musicianship, intelligent songwriting, and non-standard compositions.

Nomvdic, band photo. Credit: Unknown

Technically, 'Legacy' boasts exceptional standards that deserve recognition. The production quality is powerful, capturing a demonic essence that strikes with force. I commend the producer for understanding the band's desires, style, and potential, delivering a magnificent record to the world. However, I would be remiss not to provide constructive criticism. While it is acceptable to draw inspiration from other bands, I encourage Nomvdic to exercise caution in mirroring their detailed style too closely. For instance, the deliberate 'cuts' or silent notes in the soundwave during the chorus section have become synonymous with Killswitch Engage. It is my belief that Nomvdic possesses the talent and potential to carve their own path and establish a unique identity. I offer these suggestions as personal ideas and preferences, always respecting the band's decision-making process.

Considering all these factors, I am genuinely impressed by Nomvdic's abilities and potential. They are on the right track in their careers, poised to deliver great things in the future and contribute to the evolution of the music scene.

Please feel free to explore the links below to learn more about the band, follow them on social media, and subscribe to their channels to show your support and stay updated on their upcoming releases.

Nomvdic, band photo. Credit: Unknown

In conclusion, the Metalhead Community Team extends heartfelt congratulations to Nomvdic for their remarkable achievement with 'Legacy.' We wish them continued success and a bright future ahead. Thanks for reading.

Nomvdic, Reach (2018) EP album front cover artwork. Art Credit: Unknown


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