‘Melted On The Inch’ by Boss Keloid is one of 2018’s releases. Bending huge riffs into progressive time signatures and artistic shapes, the UK band have raised the bar in terms of an avant garde approach to metal oriented sounds. [Real Gone’s full review can be found here.]
Boss Keloid are a scary bunch. They’re one part art rock, two parts progressive metal, three parts sludge and seven parts obsessed with ‘Zodiac’ era Melvins. On their 2018 LP ‘Melted On The Inch’ they use those influences and their many quirks to challenge, frustrate and eventually entertain. Providing your mood is right – and this is the very definition of a mood record – it can lead to a fascinating trip.
We’ve always aimed to bring an eclectic coverage of music at Real Gone. We’ve always insisted on mixing genres and covering bigger bands we love alongside some really underground DIY releases.
Since the site launched in November 2009, there’s been a lot of music to get excited about, but the first quarter of 2018 could be one of the most enjoyable yet.
Recently, Boss Keloid released a new video for ‘Chronosiam’, the lead track from their anticipated new release ‘Melted On The Inch’.
They’ve now got something else new for you! You can hear ‘Peykruve’ via the Soundcloud link below.
Over the past few years, Boss Keloid have been carving a career from very heavy riffs and a touch of progressive attitude, resulting in some weighty sounding music that has its own style.
On the basis of their new single ‘Chronosiam’, the band’s upcoming album – their fourth release – ‘Melted On The Inch’ could be one of their finest to date.