洶湧澎湃的吉他音牆彷佛替我們裝上了翅膀，直飛上了九重天，莫名的感動跟著音符不斷湧現，當他們沈靜下來時，你又會被吸進那一片混沌、如夢似幻的奇妙氣氛中，連呼吸及思考的速度都跟著變慢許多，This Will Destroy You的音樂是非常有力量的，是那種數次將你抽離之後再漸漸還原的神奇力量。
THIS WILL DESTROY YOU began in earnest during the mid-00's in San Marcos, TX. In many ways, the initial sound of the band was the logical destination point for four friends (Christopher Royal King, Jeremy Galindo, Raymond Brown, and Andrew Miller) that had been playing in a variety of bands together throughout their teens. In 2005, the group began writing and recording what was intended to be a simple 6-song documentation of where they were at musically. Externally, Brown had been accepted into medical school, King was working on high profile graphic design gigs, and the four genuinely thought that they'd be moving into other fields, ultimately requiring the dissolution of the band.
That would be the first impression on Anwiycti’s sound. The question of the cause of unusual arise: Is there something in performance of vocal? Or that twisted punk-rock style beat? What about the guitar string? Here you go, there is no guitars.
Anwiycti is a band that abandoned the guitar in exchange of three basses all as lead positions (Joey Pui, Edward Chiu, Eqqus Lee). The full name of Anwiycti is “A New World If You Can Take It”, which seems to be a respond to another brilliant outer space classic, “I Hear A New World” composed by Joe Meek & The Blue Man back in the 60's. A sense of experimental legacy continually appears from Anwiycti by the tension of arrangement but not ballad. Additionally, the band indulges in the 90's American indie-rock era. The savage of Sonic Youth, Medicine-alike noise use, even the raw expression like Pavement can be find in their tunes. However, Joey the vocalist is delivering a sense of British gloomy as the shadow.