For their third LP, Toronto quartet Greys push themselves towards reinvention. They look to a lineage of transformative third albums (Deerhunter, PJ Harvey, Slayer, Kendrick Lamar) and draw from disparate influences—krautrock, industrial, hip hop, dub, psychedelia, jazz, ambient, drone and more—to arrive at a restless and richly textured sound that transcends their noise-rock roots. The impressionistic music confronts an expanse of existential and societal themes with a "riveting use of samples and guitar blasts that build environments more than chords," says The Fader. "Their most adventurous and rousing album yet." It's out on Carpark.Coverage on music sites Official website
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