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Review Zoo Check out The Heavy Hitting Metal Titans, Graphic Nature



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Welcome to Graphic Nature, The brutal 5 piece from England, Unleashing their brand of low tuned Metal.


A Sonic Storm: Graphic Nature are masters of Earth-Shaking brutality.


In the realm of heavy metal, where the boundaries of sound are pushed to their limits, Graphic Nature emerges as a mysterious force, cloaked in secrecy and shrouded in darkness. This enigmatic group of hooded figures has taken the metal scene by storm, commanding the stage with a sonic assault that reverberates through the very core of your being.


We dive into the depths of the heavy metal abyss to explore the captivating world of Graphic Nature, a band whose low-tuned riffs shake the earth beneath our feet.

Great mystique surrounds this group. This deliberate anonymity has become a hallmark of Graphic Nature, allowing the music to speak louder than any individual persona.


At the heart of Graphic Nature's sonic assault lies their mastery of earth-shaking, low-tuned riffs. The band has forged a signature sound that transcends traditional metal boundaries, pushing the limits of what is sonically possible. The guitars, tuned to seismic frequencies, unleash a tidal wave of sound that envelopes the audience in a visceral experience.


I’ve been lucky enough to catch Graphic Nature twice live now, once in Bristol and the other being Download Festival. Both times were incredible as they put on an incredible show whatever the setting.


Witnessing a Graphic Nature live performance is akin to entering a dark, otherworldly realm. The stage, bathed in an eerie glow, becomes a sacred space where the audience is taken on a sonic journey.


The hooded figures move with a hypnotic rhythm, commanding the crowd's attention as they unleash a torrent of heavy, low-frequency riffs that reverberate through the venue and every spectator witnessing Graphic Nature at work.


Graphic Nature stands as a testament to the enduring power of heavy metal to evolve and captivate audiences. Their hooded personas and earth-shaking low-tuned riffs have elevated them to a revered status in the metal community.


As they continue to command stages and push the boundaries of sonic exploration, Graphic Nature remains a force to be reckoned with in the ever-evolving landscape of heavy metal.


Vocalist Harvey Freeman dominates the stage with his classic metal looks of tattoos and long hair, his intimidating structure adding to his dominance over the crowd, backed by silhouettes, all in unity wearing jackets with their hoods up, hiding their identity and adding to the dark vibe of the band.


Samples are the rest bite between the onslaught of savage sledge hammer riffs as Harvey makes sure the crowd hear his message loud and clear. 


Between songs, the scary persona of Vocalist Harvey Freeman fades briefly as he shows his true colours and these truths are inspiring!


Harvey throws out a lifeline to all suffering with their mental health. He shines light on the subject. He asks the audience to put their hands in the air, then asks anyone who hasn’t suffered with Mental health problems to put their hand down. The result is a sea of hands all in unity, an audience all being honest with themselves and each other. The result is the knowledge we’re not on our own with mental health issues and together we are stronger.


Graphic Nature are an awesome band, I highly recommend checking out!


For fans of DarkMatter, HeavensGate Half Me, Creak, Slipknot


Lee (Review Zoo)








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