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BANGLADEAFY: Ribboncutter – Ghost Cult Magazine

“BANGLADEAFY still manages to produce the musical equivalent of a multi-coloured spray-paint can, practically jittering and bursting with bonkers rhythms and stomach-turning dissonance. It’s easy for this kind of thing to fall into the usual chin-stroking, muso trap, but Ribboncutter … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Ribboncutter – Can This Even Be Called Music?

“Jon and Atif form a spectacular symbiosis. Jon’s bass work is as incredibly daunting as ever, playing across the whole tessitura of his instrument in a frantic and relentless fashion — which made BANGLADEAFY what it is! — while Atif’s … Continue reading

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Track Premiere: BANGLADEAFY ‘Steam’ – Decibel Magazine

“The bass and drum duo are skilled, taking the song through multiple moods and levels of intensity over the course of two-and-a-half minutes. Without guitars or death growls, BANGLADEAFY‘s version of extreme is different than, say, Dying Fetus, but it’s … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Decibel Magazine Burns Off Some “Steam” From Ribboncutter; Debut LP From NYC Duo Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] Nefarious Industries is preparing for the release of the unhinged and bizarre rampage of NYC-based BANGLADEAFY, and their debut LP, Ribboncutter. With the record’s street date closing in, the album’s new “Steam” single has been premiered through Decibel … Continue reading

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Review: Tech Metal Duo BANGLADEAFY Release Title Track From Upcoming Ribboncutter LP – Everything Is Noise

“Drummer Atif Haq and Bassist/synth player/vocalist Jon Ehlers have once again delivered a high energy blast of unique, guitar-free tech metal with punky vocals that inspire feelings of resistance and uprising. The synth work on the track creates a fairly … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: No Clean Singing Premieres Title Track From Ribboncutter LP By NYC Tech Metal Duo; Album Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] No Clean Singing is now streaming “Ribboncutter,” the lead single and the title track to the proper debut LP by NYC synth-drenched tech metal duo BANGLADEAFY. The album is set for September release through Nefarious Industries, who … Continue reading

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AN NCS PREMIERE: BANGLADEAFY — “RIBBONCUTTER”

“Yes indeed, it’s heavy as fuck, and sufficiently berserk to make your brain rattle like a marble in a can affixed to one of those pneumatic paint shakers. The music’s combination of intricate, hard-pulsing, head-battering rhythms is nerve-exploding, and the … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Ribboncutter LP By New York Tech Metal Duo To See Release Via Nefarious Industries; Trailer, Tour Dates, And More Posted – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Spadafora] New York City-based tech metal duo BANGLADEAFY has completed their long-awaited debut album, Ribboncutter, now confirmed for digital, vinyl, and CD release through Nefarious Industries this fall. The album artwork, a brief trailer, and more has been posted, and … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Narcopaloma – The Ripple Effect

“In my humble opinion these new songs distill Bangladeafy‘s music into it’s purest form yet. We have two musicians who work seamlessly together to weave highly intricate blasts of technical excellence.” – The Ripple Effect

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BANGLADEAFY: “Narcopaloma” Review – Freq

“I tend to be cynical of a lot of math-rock/prog things for doing these things, but where Bangladeafy do it well it’s because it’s fundamentally closer to fusion jazz without all the floppy dogshit that comes with fusion.” – Freq

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