The Malpractice - Get Daddy on the Phone - Song Review - Progressive Sludge Rock from Copenhagen, Denmark

The Malpractice - Get Daddy on the Phone - Song Review - Progressive Sludge Rock from Copenhagen, Denmark
The Malpractice - Get Daddy on the Phone - Song Review - Progressive Sludge Rock from Copenhagen, Denmark

- Metalhead Community

Today, we delve into the realm of progressive sludge rock with the enigmatic Danish band from Copenhagen, The Malpractice. Their groundbreaking song, 'Get Daddy on the Phone,' has caught our attention, inviting us to explore its unique character, genre-blending style, and musical prowess.

Official Music Video for Get Father On The Phone, by The Malpractice. Director: Leah Shore. Editor/Producer: Brian Agamie. Producer: Lauren Pruitt. DP: Paul Slupski. Art Dir: Jackie Frole. Costume Stylist: Nicole Heraty. Mommy: Sarah Ellen Stephens. Baby: Aaron Hillis. Dancers: Brian Castillo, Brighid Greene, Dylan Mars Greenberg.

Through Metalhead Community Submissions, I stumbled upon The Malpractice and their intriguing single, 'Get Daddy on the Phone,' released in 2019. The song showcases a blend of traditional ideas intertwined with monstrous guitars, thunderous drums, and commanding vocals in a raw, live room atmosphere. The Malpractice defies easy categorization; their music is progressive, technical, and aggressive, yet delivered in an unconventional manner.

The reason I chose to feature The Malpractice is their unorthodox approach to music. As a staunch advocate of innovative ideas in music, I sensed immense potential in their work from the very first listen. In a compact 1:45 duration, they pack a multitude of aggressive elements without repetition, creating a truly unique experience. It leaves the listener craving more, pondering the enigmatic nature of this band.

The Malpractice, performing live on stage. Credit: Unknown

Technically, 'Get Daddy on the Phone' achieves great standards, at least in my perspective. The producer deserves commendation for approaching this song with a distinct vision. Collaborating with a producer who deeply understands the artist/band is crucial for meaningful experimentation in music. The Malpractice's sound resonates as a grittier, low-gain counterpart to Gojira, exuding attack, power, and strength that could effortlessly soundtrack any intense cinematic fight scene.

Considering all these aspects, I am thoroughly impressed by the mysterious vibe emanating from The Malpractice. While it remains unclear whether they are fully aware of the impact they are making, their music boasts some of the most characteristic elements I have encountered recently.

We encourage you to explore the links below to learn more about the band, follow them on social media, and subscribe to their channels. By doing so, you will show your support and ensure you don't miss any of their upcoming releases.

The Malpractice, band photo. Credit: Unknown

In conclusion, the Metalhead Community Team extends its heartfelt congratulations to The Malpractice for their remarkable achievement with 'Get Daddy on the Phone.' We wish them continued success in their future endeavors. Thanks for reading.

The Malpractice, Get Daddy on the Phone (2019) album front cover artwork. Art Credit: Unknown