Band members are:
Jungle Chris: – vocals
Jungle Cris: – guitars
Jungle Ste: – guitars
Jungle Loris: – bass
Jungle Dany6: – drums
The band was formed during summer 2013, after the reunion among Jungle Chris (vocals), Jungle Cris (guitars), and Jungle Loris (bass), that already played together in a hard rock band called Alcohol Abuse (what a original name!). Jungle Dany6 (drums) and Jungle Ste (guitars joined soon. We began to rehearse trying to create a modern sound melting our different musical tastes. The early songs were what we called Metalpunk songs and we continued through this path trying to add something new in every song we played. The result is that every song is different from the others and skipping through our song you can hear Trbngr somewhere, Suicidal tendencies somewhere else, Entombed in some riffs and so on passing from Thrash, Death, Stoner, Hardcore and (later) prog rock. As already said the sound is constantly evolving and the songwriting is becoming more and more complex.
Songs are sung in Italian, they talk about Math, Technology, Nuclear desasters coupled with B-movies. Actually all these themes masks the real subject of the songs, which are mainly our personal life facts filtered through the lens of the iper-technologic modern man.
In December 2014 band recorded first self produced EP simply called Jungle Julia. The EP is available on sale but it is also available in free streaming on YouTube channel. (Now here also!)
Played many gigs in Italy and hope to tour Europe very soon!
This Recording Was Conceived By The Ghosts Which Haunt The Stratosphere In The Dead Of The Night Of The Soul.
It Had Been Captured By Advanced EVP Recording Devices And Then Translated Unto Reconcilable Sound By Yours Truly.
Open Your Mind Is Not A Cliche Any Longer…
This compilation is the perfect soundtrack for your boozy winter!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Deep Lake Records!
From the epic space swoons of ‘Subroutine Traffic Stop…’ to the manic energy and dissonant beauty of ‘Dys4-1A’, every inch of ‘BRKN’ is stylistically eclectic and robust, melodically affecting and compositionally complex. Where ‘BRKN’ excels best is its ability to mix those heart-rending melodies into vigorous and rewarding compositions. The melodies of ‘Rules and Regalia…’ call into mind the heydays of Bit Shifter, ‘Requiem (Our Stolen Future)’ ends with soft but emotively poignant sweeps of motifs, and ‘We Never Sleep/Artemidorus’ moves from crunchy experimentalism into a melody that defines the term ‘tearjerker’.
‘BRKN’ is an album as well as a journey. Every track slips into the next as a continuous piece and the effect is infectious. A consistent aural and emotive assault, every turn and shift as unforgettable as the preceding, every arp brimming with emotion and every passage a piece of compositional masterpiece that ticks the boxes of both rational talent and emotive creativity. Those who have already decided their albums of the year may have been slightly pre-emptive; on his debut, AutoReMi-PK has already solidified his place as an incredibly talented composers, and ‘BRKN’ as one of the scene’s best offerings in some time.