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A NEW BRUTALIS. Keeping in the brutal tradition of their Bay Area thrash forefathers, Takaru reinstate Northern California’s reputation as a bastion of musical ferocity. Featuring members of A Day’s Refrain, Funeral Diner and Ruhaeda, Takaru has melded the speed and intensity of thrash legends Exodus, and the low end girth of Unsane and Neurosis, with the raw anger and passion of contemporary hardcore stalwarts like Tragedy and Talk is Poison. The result is an offering of a sonically punishing, yet precise sound that could bring the Golden Gate crumbling to the Pacific faster than a catas ...read more

A NEW BRUTALIS. Keeping in the brutal tradition of their Bay Area thrash forefathers, Takaru reinstate Northern California’s reputation as a bastion of musical ferocity. Featuring members of A Day’s Refrain, Funeral Diner and Ruhaeda, Takaru has melded the speed and intensity of thrash legends Exodus, and the low end girth of Unsane and Neurosis, with the raw anger and passion of contemporary hardcore stalwarts like Tragedy and Talk is Poison. The result is an offering of a sonically punishing, yet precise sound that could bring the Golden Gate crumbling to the Pacific faster than a catastrophic earthquake… the aftershocks of There Can Only Be None can be felt as far away as Seattle.

THE MESSAGE DICTATES THE MUSI. There’s more to Takaru than pummeling the eardrums into oblivion. There Can Only Be None is a first-hand, scathing commentary on arrogance and hypocrisy, as well as the insatiable appetite of corporate culture and its “trickle down” effects on ordinary people. Takaru has an ax to grind and is motivated by eradicating the ills of a modern world we have all had a part in creating. And if destruction is required to bring about recreation, let the match be struck, the wrecking ball swing until it all comes crashing down.

SPANNING THE GLOBE. In support of their Alone Records debut LP/CD There Can Only Be None, Takaru is bringing their brand of brutal re-constructionist hardcore to the masses. The band will embark on a European tour in late April that will take them from the far northern reaches of Scandinavia to the Mediterranean in the south. From there, Takaru will return to North America for extensive dates in the U.S. and Canada Consider this your final warning. « hide

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There Can Be Only None
2004

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27 Votes
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