Smashing poseurs, killing janglecore and defending cybergrind; Pariso have released their first full-length record, ‘Nothing Beyond, Everything After’, and in 29 minutes of music they crush the rest of the UK music scene into submission. Welcoming regular vocalist Mario Gambardella back into the band after his time travelling abroad, normal service is resumed for Parsio. Dissonant riffs and thundering drums densely layer together behind the coarse vocals spouted from the darkest recesses of Mazz‘s being to create a hellish sound.
After vocalist Mario “Mazz” Gambardella took a brief break from the band to go travelling across the world, London’s Pariso returned back into the studio all guns blazing to release their recent brilliant full-length, ‘Nothing Beyond, Everything After’. With such passion and aggression held within a record that seemingly had a quick turnaround upon Mazz‘s return into the fixture, we spoke with the frontman and fellow bandmates Alex Fitzpatrick and Stuart Anderson to get to the core of how the release came to be. They shared with us the meaning behind the record’s title, the tribulations behind its creation, the meaning behind each and every track and much, much more.
So, make yourself a drink, sit down and learn more about Pariso and ‘Nothing Beyond, Everything After’ than first meets the eyes/ears:
Hardcore outfit Pariso have just revealed the video for their new single ‘The Huntsman’, the first track lifted from their debut full-length, ‘Nothing Beyond Everything After’. Check it out:
Pariso have announced that they’ve signed to Tangled Talk Records, through which the band will release their debut album through on May 21st 2012. The label released the following statement regarding the band’s signing and their upcoming full-length release:
Underground acts Pariso and Kerouac are two bands who are really pushing the UK-swell scene forwards. This 5″ split record comes with a credit card shaped CD to add a bit of novelty value. There’s no novelty needed however when you delve into the fearsome tracks that are on this split. It’s extremely short, coming in at just over seven minutes for both sides, but there isn’t a single second wasted.