Kashee Opeiah was formed in 2002 and entered the studio in 2004 under its old name in order to record an album’s worth of material called The Whole Divided Intogether. The Reuther-dominated band signed to Whirlwind Records in 2006 and issued an album’s worth of brutality in the same year. The band’s stance is Christian.
KASHEE OPEIAH - PANIC IN SOLITUDE - WHIRLWIND
According to the lord of Metallian Towers, the Metallian himself, Germany’s Kashee Opeiah is a Christian band, which would perfectly explain the debut album’s title. It is the perfect metaphor for religion and reason for its adoption. In case you were running for the door, which here is the next review, expecting Stryper or Kings X hang around just a bit longer. This is sixty minutes (the closing cut Even Though It Has To Stop Somehow is a ten-minute long rollercoaster) of dissonant, discordant and disconcerting deathcore with vocals from hell. Most of the material is of the mid-paced material and the emphasis is on the brutality and heavy aggression. Awoken To The Analogy and Within The Thoughts Of A Puppet - great song title and topic - are examples of songs with slower parts and even spoken clean vocals, but most of the album’s focus is on bashing one’s head in. Panic In Solitude is probably an easy recommendation for those who dig Converge and Meshuggah. Song title of the month: Oh, Endless Ocean! Oh, Poor Me! - Anna Tergel