Three AM Fuxk – Clown [Album Review]

By 44faced on Sep 20, 2018 in Music , Underground Rap - 0 Comments

Three AM Fuxk 2nd album release, Clown, is an underground Soundcloud hybrid rap-emo-metal gem. The self-produced album opens with dark banger “Okay Maybe | Overreacted,” which shifts from reverb-flooded monotonal low vocals to angst-filled shouts and a pumping 808 bass booming around the low-end.

The 2nd track continues as a genre leap, “Clown,” an emo-inspired opening, which alternates between the monotonal-and-shouting vocals that “Okay Maybe | Overreacted” introduced, as well as emo singing.

The sudden variations between driving beats, dark cathedral-reverb-like monotonal voice with no beat, and then shouts, and dying fades midway into the track satisfies any underground rap enthusiast. The brooding synths of “Someone Else” with featured artist Koitres, the thriller-style “Pu$$y” with featured artist Marco Tasane, the depressive piano of “Suicide Notes,” the still ambience of “Summer,” the dark bass-driven forest of “I’ll Be Fine,” the minor-chord progression-driven feel of “Sad” (with featured artist, deeprest), “Fuxk My Feelings,” “It Never Ends” and an unusual surprise final track, shifting between an epic symphonic string, almost New Age style opening, then quickly stabbing in with an epic emo-metal chorus to finish off the album with an unexpected glorious death.

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