All over the world, bands are evolving in music creation. The widespread encouragement regarding the birth of these sounds are causing our generation’s class legacy to be unlike anything that has come before. One of the most promising prospects this year comes out of Moscow, Russia – native band Wildways, who’s debut album shared producer Cameron Mizell with the likes of Memphis May Fire and Sleeping With Sirens, and made it’s appearance late last month.
Into The Wild, which was released by Artery Recordings, is a diverse mix of hardcore genres, ranging from rock to rap influences to form cutting-edge beats that apply to all tastes. The group most recently released a music video for the track “Faka Faka Yeah”, a sly, catchy, single that leaves you feeling the band’s attitude long after the song ends. If you lean towards the harder end of the musical spectrum, you’ll be a fan of the fierce “Illusions & Mirrors”, or the empowering, valiant sound of “Not Alone”. However, one piece of the album that really stands out is “Princess”, a track that includes not only a feature from Anavae‘s Rebecca Nead-Meneaur, but otherworldly tones and a certain electricity.
While Wildways seems to have followed in the footsteps of various great artists before them, their style is undeniably all their own, with a sense of fearlessness stepping out into new age hardcore. You can find their debut album on iTunes, and keep up with the band via their Facebook & Twitter.