Yet… another bun out of the oven titled [ The Black Sea ] with a strange but exquisite approach. “jaKel” sound maturity and progression doesn’t take long to reach a beautiful and outstanding climax on [ The Black Sea ] as right from the start Sir Jade F. Jade applies what he does best. And that is implementing a solid combination of loud riffs over dense layers of high tempos. Truth be told it’s definitely a step ahead in the right direction, especially for those who are in to awesome loudness and with a tripping mind-set. The catch about this new full length is that it’s not a case where epic instrumental pieces leading to a boring repetitive madness. Majority of the tracks breaches the average five minutes length but the more you listen to it the more it grows on you, to the point where you are literally addictive to sound.
We are looking at a seriously good production here lads and I have to give to Sir Jade, a very big well done on this new release. The album is the result of nine tracks that overpowered with sweet melodies that are at times dark but yet fulfilling in all angles. Let it be on the loudness side or the consistent flaws it’s simply amazing. You know the drill right… when your cell phone battery is down you plug the charger but what I’m saying here is… if you feel tired and lethargic, don’t think an energy drink, instead plug [ jakel – The Black Sea ] at loud volume. This is more of a booster sound guys.
jaKel is an instrumental post-metal project from Montreal, Canada consisting solely of musician Jade F. Jade writes, records, mixes and masters his work and has made them all available for free download.