'How Do We Want to Live?' is both, conceptually and musically, a masterpiece that fits perfectly into the current times. Long Distance Calling extend their own sound with electronic elements, making the album even tighter and more intense without sacrificing the typical Long Distance Calling trademarks. The four guys build on 'How Do We Want to Live?', a world of sound that fascinates and inspires you to ask yourself the basic question of this album - how do you want to live?. One thing is certain. The way I want to live is for sure with this album.
Under the bright and warm Californian sun a band started a musical adventure back in 2003 that leads them to six longplayers to date with music that is as great as demanding. Intronaut is the name of this band that brings well-crafted Progressive Metal to the table, music that’s fueled by many styles. Their newest... Continue Reading →
(9/10) Alcest is the brainchild of Neige who teamed up with drummer Winterhalter ten years ago. The duo has with ‘Spiritual Instinct’ a new longplayer right in the starting blocks. Alcest longplayers are demanding and challenging. Being the opposite of music fast food also ‘Spiritual Instinct’ asks for time and spinning the longplayer a few... Continue Reading →
Swedish post rockers Oh Hiroshima spend the last four years on working on their thrid longplayer, which is now in the starting blocks. Entitled 'Oscillation', the album will include seven songs with 'Darkroom Aesthetics' being revealed already. Says vocalist and guitarist Jakob Hemström: "We're very happy to announce that we have a first cut from our... Continue Reading →
German post metal instrumentalists Long Distance Calling are creative minds, no doubt. Six longplayers, full of excellent songs, speak volume and so far a lot of the creativity was channeled and transferred into great music. After also having played many shows over the last years, the four-piece band from Münster, Germany decided to go for... Continue Reading →
(8/10) The first time I got in touch with Gold and their music was when the band opened for Dool in Utrecht a while ago. I must say that the guys left me with some mixed feelings and listening to them wasn’t a bad experience at all. It was me that I couldn‘t position the... Continue Reading →
(6/10) The first song that was revealed from The Amity Affliction’s newest album ‘Misery’ was ‘Ivy (Doomsday)’. Being more then solely a video clip the single is part of a sort of short movie that’s split in three parts. Already at this early stage of the review I have to say that some more time... Continue Reading →
(8/10) The tracklist of Mountaineer’s new album ‘Passages’ is quite easy to grasp. There are two section – ‘Hymnal’ and ‘Catacombs’ – with each of them being divided into four parts. It’s not brainpowerful math that this leads to eight songs that are anchored in post metal. What the naming of tunes expresses also reflects... Continue Reading →