Black Mountain -In The Future

Black Mountain -In The Future
Artist:Black MountainReview:If this is the future, start growing out your facial hair now,because it looks like the blood-crazed Canadian hippies willinherit the Earth. Black Mountain are four men and a maiden fromVancouver, reveling in psychedelic prog metal with all theSeventies flourishes. In stoner-detention epics like “Wucan” and”Queens Will Play,” they bring metal guitars, multipart songstructures, temples-of-Syrinx poetry and vintage synths that soundlike they were beamed in from some lost Argent or ELP sessi…Rating:3.5 Stars[Lees verder]

moe. -Sticks And Stones
Artist:moe.Review:The five guys in Moe usually make albums this way: Write tunes,literally jam them into shape on tour, then cut ’em. This time, theupstate New York band flipped the script, recording songs as theywere composed in the studio. The result is a concise, punchy goodtime, emphasizing the songcraft inside Moe’s improvising mettle andthe double-guitar pow of Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey, even whenthey’re not soloing. The second half of the album’s title certainlyapplies to Schnier and Garvey’s ea…Rating:3.5 Stars[Lees verder]

Black Mountain -In The Future
Artist:Black MountainReview:If this is the future, start growing out your facial hair now,because it looks like the blood-crazed Canadian hippies willinherit the Earth. Black Mountain are four men and a maiden fromVancouver, reveling in psychedelic prog metal with all theSeventies flourishes. In stoner-detention epics like “Wucan” and”Queens Will Play,” they bring metal guitars, multipart songstructures, temples-of-Syrinx poetry and vintage synths that soundlike they were beamed in from some lost Argent or ELP sessi…Rating:3.5 Stars[Lees verder]

moe. -Sticks And Stones
Artist:moe.Review:The five guys in Moe usually make albums this way: Write tunes,literally jam them into shape on tour, then cut ’em. This time, theupstate New York band flipped the script, recording songs as theywere composed in the studio. The result is a concise, punchy goodtime, emphasizing the songcraft inside Moe’s improvising mettle andthe double-guitar pow of Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey, even whenthey’re not soloing. The second half of the album’s title certainlyapplies to Schnier and Garvey’s ea…Rating:3.5 Stars[Lees verder]

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