Scars On Broadway - Exploding/Reloading (Song)  » Music  »
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  • Right from the start, the sound actually has a very interesting tone to it and the rhythm is hard not to get caught up in
  • However, towards the end of the song Malakian definitely becomes much more aggressive in his delivery and his voice sounds a lot more harsh, for lack of a better word, however this is a nice build up to end the song with and it ends up working pretty well


    • by Grimmy101
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      Exploding/Reloading is a track by Scars On Broadway which appears on their self-titled debut record. To recap, the first two songs on this record have been Serious and Funny, the former being quite an aggressive and fast track while the latter being far more melodic and moderately paced.

      To put it very simply, Exploding/Reloading is far more similar to Serious than it is to Funny.

      Right from the start, the sound actually has a very interesting


      tone to it and the rhythm is hard not to get caught up in.

      As with Funny, the synthesizer plays a large role in this track, but unlike in Funny, it’s played in a lot more of an aggressive fashion in this track.

      In Funny, the synthesizer was used more to establish an atmosphere but on Exploding/Reloading it’s used far more as a lead instrument.

      Also, unlike Serious, Exploding/Reloading is pretty much aggressive from the start ...


      • to finish of the track, it doesn’t slow down for the chorus as Serious did.

        Therefore, I’d say that Exploding/Reloading is the first track on the album where you really get a pure rock sound from the band from start to finish which is a nice demonstration of their more rock based sound.

        Throughout the song, Malakian has a pretty moderate vocal delivery: it isn’t extremely aggressive as in screaming but at the same time it

        isn’t melodic as in Funny.

        However, towards the end of the song Malakian definitely becomes much more aggressive in his delivery and his voice sounds a lot more harsh, for lack of a better word, however this is a nice build up to end the song with and it ends up working pretty well.

        To sum up, Exploding/Reloading is certainly a demonstration of Scars’ pure rock sound and it’s yet another enjoyable track with a nice rhythm.




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