Skynd – Tyler Hadley Song Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring another promising trapcore/electronic industrial metal band; SKYND, from the United Kingdom. We have reviewed their groundbreaking song; Tyler Hadley, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Skynd is another promising electronic/industrial metal band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three weeks ago with this song; Tyler Hadley, off from their latest single release; Chapter II, which was released in 2019. Skynd is one of the very few unique bands we have featured here on Metalhead Community. Their music is structured with the most stimulating and irresistible elements, engineered and produced by the top-class professionals from the industry. You better take a look at it before reading the rest of the article.

Tyler Hadley is an exceptional piece of work which reminded me of the golden times of the most well-known and respected band from this genre; The Prodigy. I felt the same vibes from Skynd’s sound. This song is all about stimulation. The composition is quite easy-going, following The Prodigy’s understanding of music in their own way. As a big-time metalhead, I always loved and respected The Prodigy for their originality and artistic value. They are the pioneers of this music style who have influenced millions of people and musicians from all around the world including me. Skynd in this way might be the band who has the potential to inherit the flag and take it further. As you can also see they have pure talent, the artistic look, and most importantly, the right kind of professionals behind the project. The music video of Tyler Hadley is beyond question one of the most impressive videos I have seen for some time. They have done an incredible job in every single detail that belongs to Skynd brand. This, my friends, what I call “Top Class” job.

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On the other hand, Tyler Hadley technically has also exceptional standards as well as its music video and its origin. The producer who worked with Skynd on this project has done a legendary job without a doubt. Everything sounds clean, clear, atmospheric, powerful, very well balanced, engineered, mixed, mastered and in great harmony. You easily lose yourself to the music while listening to it. For me, listening to music with these standards is hard to resist. It immediately gets into your brain and into your feelings. Although I personally don’t listen to this music style, Tyler Hadley is certainly a unique piece that I will be carrying its mark in my memory for some time.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by the potential of Skynd. This looks to me like the beginning of something extraordinary as I have mentioned earlier. I believe that nothing can stop Skynd from making it to the top at the moment (except themselves).

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.


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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate SKYND for their exceptional job on; Tyler Hadley, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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Skynd – Tyler Hadley Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine | Heavy Metal Music Magazine | Music Submission | Submit Your Music For Consideration | The Best Metal Blogs Online | Top Music Blogs Online | Greatest Heavy Metal Webzine | Produced by: TallyHo! | Executive Producer: Flavio Speglitz | Director: Manolo Zacate & Fabio Stecher | Director of Photography: Pascal Walder | Editing: Arezoo Rajabi | Colorist: Daniel B. Maciel | Production Designer: Isabelle Simmen, Madlen Hallauer, Carmen Trinanes | PA: Ben Zäch, Mira Özcan | 1AC/Focus Puller: André Bricker | Gaffer: Daniel Bleuer, Yoro Tobler | Best Boy: Silvan Marty
Grip: Jan Ciallella | DIT: Gokhan Saf | VFX: Das Alte Lager | Supervising SKYND Styling & Make-Up: Arlette Kobler | SKYND Styling: SKYND & Arlette Kobler | Support SKYND Styling: Sophia Brock | Make-Up Cast: Daria Meienhofer | Styling Cast: Lilana Pirogov | Cast: Antonin Wittwer, Elias Ziegler, Michel Kauer, Bradley Graham, Philippe Schuler, Meret Majendie, Karin Brunner | Industrial-tinged duo SKYND | Skynd, and producer and multi-instrumentalist Father | Chapter II EP. “Jim Jones | “Katherine Knight” and “Tyler Hadley” | Chapter 1 included “Elisa Lam,” “Gary Heidnik,” which features a cameo from Korn frontman and true crime aesthete Jonathan Davis, and “Richard Ramirez.”