“Beneath the Full Bloom of the Cherry Blossom Forest” is the second full-length album by the Japanese heavy rock/heavy metal power trio Ningen Isu. Though the band’s style is still very much rooted the early years of heavy rock, the sound of the guitars is a little more updated from the debut.
The opening track, “Bakudan Shinkohkyoku” (Bomb Marching Song), is simply a straight up heavy rocker that charges furiously. The opening riff alone convinced me that this was a band I would love. There is a breakdown in the middle that emulates a rudimentary marching song but it seems to be executed in an intentionally exaggerated way in order to fit the intensity of the rest of the song.
“Yuutsu Jidai” (Depression Period), features a really groovy bass and guitar riff and a bluesy acoustic guitar solo. There’s also that retro call and response between the bass and drums and the lead guitar.
“Tokyo Bondage” is yet another grooving, heavy rock number. In a rare English interview I read on The Metal Observer, band members Shinji Wajima and Ken’ichi Suzuki stated that they usually try to find the groove in the riff.
Sakura no Mori no Mankai no Shita (Beneath the Full Bloom of the Cherry Blossom Forest) is the second album by Japanese heavy rock/heavy metal power trio, Ningen Isu. Though the band's style is still very much rooted the early years of heavy rock, the sound of the guitars is a little more updated from the debut.
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