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Fetch is the seventh album by the Japanese noise rock band Melt-Banana. It was released on October 1, 2013, on CD, LP and digitally. It was the band's first album of new material in six years, after Bambi's Dilemma in 2007. The recording sessions for the album had to be postponed due to the Tohoku earthquake and the aftermath of the subsequent meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
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Melt-Banana left listeners on a curious note with 2007’s frighteningly poppy Bambi’s Dilemma, but that dissonance has been resolved on fetch, in true Melt-Banana fashion, with more dissonance. This is the Melt-Banana of their mid-90s prime: salivating Pavlovianly over the acceleration of culture, twisting the tools of psychedelia into things of surgical precision, and envisioning cyberpunk grindcore before reality knew it could bear the weight of such a thing. It still might not-but fetch at least harmonizes more disharmoniously with the tenor of the times. There’s a moment in the album’s closer, Zero, in which Onuki punches her way through a web of Möbius-strip riffage to project a fleeting, Technicolor afterimage of Dilemma’s pop-punk melodicism; then it seizes up, hits the gas, and splatters against a brick wall. A moment later, it reconstitutes itself and barrels forward as if nothing happened.
By: Melt-Banana (2013, Rock). More albums from Melt-Banana: Scratch Or Stitch by Melt-Banana. Cactuses Come In The Flocks by Melt-Banana. Was It Worth It, Live It Up by Melt-Banana. Bambi’s Dilemma by Melt-Banana. Teeny Shiny by Melt-Banana. Cell-Scape by Melt-Banana. Charlie by Melt-Banana. View all albums . Fetch. By: Melt-Banana (2013, Rock).
Melt-Banana – Fetch. referencing Fetch, LP, Album, Ltd, Cle, AZLP-0009. It was a very pleasant surprise when it arrived, however now that I look, the black splatter is nonexistent on mine, and when I look hard enough I can only see one single black dot on the entire record.
Melt-Banana is a Japanese noise rock band that is known for playing extremely fast grindcore and noise music mixed with experimental, electronica and pop-based song structures. Since forming in 1992 the band has released ten albums and toured worldwide extensively. In 1991, while attending Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Yasuko Onuki started a band called Mizu and, after a short period rehearsing with another guitarist, recruited Ichirou Agata to play guitar in the band.
Melt Banana's first album since embarking on a six-year hiatus, 2013's Fetch, is a monstrously frenetic, high-energy blast of anthemic bubble-punk and passionate noise-rock. Barring their 2009 Melt Banana Lite Live: Ve. 0 side project album, Fetch is the group’s first collection of new material since 2007’s Bambi's Dilemma. Even with the hiatus, it took the band longer than expected to finish Fetch. In 2011, the recording sessions had to be postponed due to the Tohoku earthquake and the aftermath of the subsequent meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant