Tallah Continues To Modernise Metalcore With ‘The Impressionist’

Tallah The Impressionist review

Tallah are a math-metalcore band with Mike Portnoy‘s son Max Portnoy on drums, and they are exploding onto the scene. After their debut record Matriphagy, they dropped wild single ‘Vanilla Paste‘ with Chelsea Grin Darko (US)‘s Tom Barber, as well as AJ Channer of Fire From The Gods and G of Guerilla Warfare.

The Pennsylvanians have announced their sophomore album The Generation Of Danger, coming out on September 9th, 2022 via Earache Records. Tallah dropped single ‘Telescope‘ which set the standard for the forthcoming LP, and have now shared second single ‘The Impressionist‘.

The track continues down the path of an IOWA Slipknot sound while adding further elements of chaos and distortion. Tallah even bring in some prog-tones as they continue to pave the way of modern metalcore. In fact vocalist Justin Bonitz channels a vocal-prog style too, familiar to that of Periphery. ‘The Impressionist‘ is another wild one from the boys, a group to keep a watch on.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream Tallah – ‘The Impressionist‘ here and
Pre-order The Generation Of Danger here

Tallah The Generation of Danger Tracklist

Tallah – The Generation Of Danger tracklisting

1. mud_castle
2. The Hard Reset
3. Stomping Grounds
4. The Impressionist
5. Shaken (not stirred)
6. For The Recognition
7. Of Nothing
8. Dicker’s Done
9. Telescope
10. Wendrid
11. Headfirst
12. Thistle
13. How Long

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About Ricky Aarons (524 Articles)
Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.