Peregrine – Something Far Worse Song Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring another promising prog/math rock band; Peregrine, from the US. We have reviewed their impressive song; Something Far Worse, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Peregrine is another promising progressive/math/alternative rock band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three weeks ago with this song; Something Far Worse, off from their latest full-length album; As One Would Exist Withing the Crescendo, which released in 2019. As you will also understand after listening to Something Far Worse even just once, the band is showing great potential with their understanding of music, creative progressive elements in their composition, and the intelligence in their music. Truly impressive!

I am not a big fan of this kind of music myself, to be honest. But whenever I come across to intelligent songwriting such as on this one, they have my full attention. In my book, it doesn’t matter what you really do, if you would like to develop your skills as a music fan, a musician, artist, music reviewer and etc… you do it by listening to this kind of music, thinking about it, and most importantly by asking the right questions like; “how” and “why” about their decisions. Something Far Worse is a very good example. There’s always something you can learn even from the up and coming bands. It is all about having an open mind and the right approach.

As I also mentioned above, Something Far Worse is a promising piece of work that needs every listeners’ attention. Peregrine has done incredible work by putting all these meaningful ideas together in a very gentle and delicious way. The flow is incredible throughout the song. Every single piece is very meaningful and creates something much more meaningful together. There’s nothing easy or simple about their style. On the contrary, it is quite advanced and truly creative. Guys, believe me, I don’t see this level of creativity in well-known bands’ latest albums (for instance; Slipknot – We are not your kind, Metallica – Hardwired to Self Destruct, Korn – The Nothing, Behemoth – I Loved You at Your Darkest and so on….). And this is what I simply call; “brilliant work”.

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Something Far Worse, technically also has great standards in every way. Everything sounds clean, clear, very well-engineered, balanced, mixed and in great harmony. I am blown away by its production. Hands down. This is one of the far best sounding songs I have listened in this genre. The energy is so dynamic, moving up and down along with the sections, which creates an irresistible impact. Honestly, I wouldn’t expect to see this successful work from a new band and they surely earned our admiration for it.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by Peregrine. This song is showing everyone how impressive they can be once the right kind of production meets with their ideas. Honestly, if I had a label I’d sign them in a blink of an eye. Exceptional job!

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.

Something Far Worse has earned its place in our Top Rock Songs Playlist on Spotify!


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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Peregrine for their incredible job on; Something Far Worse, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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