Although I knew Syringe in 2016, I had no idea about him until recently, and I got to know this album better through the Tinder album charts (lol), but I’m glad I did . Despite being a difficult and continually edgy play, AntiWorld offers some of the experimental decoys and reveals a number of patterns during its run. AntiWorld opens with a managed passage with Sybyr’s drift, branching into a glitch between “Syringe” and “Evil”. Black personality gift in this album. Although they no longer fully explore this concept, some tracks do work with the 2 people buying and selling hits, Syringe normally delivering specifically depressed and hopeless bars, and his counterpart encouraging violence and mayhem with his own lyrics.
The next song, Not the Same, is one of the most important tasks for focused RandB tracks and the abilities of solitary synthesizers and drum boosters paired with melodic, self-tuned vocals. As for the production, An tiWorld offers pleasantly chiseled instrumental tracks, generally all self-produced. The consistency of this album’s beats truly lives up to its holistic value, and the itchy wintry synthesizers used on RandB’s greatest tracks such as “Not the Same”, “Raging”, “Trust Me” and “I Like Being” carry for me the most memorable moments of the mission. That said, I’d be doing Sybyr a disservice as a way to stop lifting the really crazy instrumental (courtesy of Blank Body) of “Pissin’ Off”. Comprised of monstrously crafted vocal samples and a jaw-dropping IDM-esque instrumental, the song is a whirlwind of fractured sound and managed distortion, and stands proudly like a spotlight despite its sound’s distinction from the relaxation of music. ‘album. Despite the highlights above, the album is not without its flaws.
The song “Raging” in particular is a standout example. Despite its thrilling fusion of emotional, self-tuned vocals with ill-fated distant synthesizers, the song quickly falls flat due to the truly hideous feature that immediately follows Sybyr’s lines. ‘Riker’ and ‘Pray’ for My Downfall’, the best different outstanding abilities, are also disappointing in visitor verse sentences, despite the fact that far from the same degree of ‘Raging’, landing in the direction of boring thoughts by compared to the stupid and truly destructive nonsense of those that manifest themselves in the second half of this song. Some of the more competitive tracks here may position themselves through territory that makes them more edgy than exciting, but some of the far less abrasive tracks on these tracks show off Syringe’s exceptional swagger and aura. Songs like “Maybe I’m Detached”, “Kill Me Moe” and “Yaung Emperor” sound like a more distorted and tired Denzel Curry track, with “Yaung Emperor” playing particularly the harshest of these tracks. While the lyrics are often extraordinarily edgy, some incredible lines are definitely worth a bit of crap in this stuff; ridiculous tracks galore! Oh, and I really like this song, ‘Stop Me’, because of the bang bang shooty gun beat.