'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.
German post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling announce a special release show. Their new album 'How Do We Want To Live?' is scheduled for June 26th and will come through InsideOut Music. Since traditional live shows aren't possible right now, the quartet from Münster teamed up with Autoarena Oberhausen for a very special album release show... Continue Reading →
German post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling announce a new album. The title ' How Do We Want to Live?' couldn't fit better into the current times of change, a decisive factor for the band to release the album on June 26th this year instead of postponing the release to a later date. The record comes... Continue Reading →
'Summerland' is the anticipate bold next step of Dool. It showcases a band that maintain the revolutionary wildness of the debut, adding more layers and twists to their sound. Dool is one of the most exciting bands these days and their second longplayer underlines, why this is the case.
'Eupnea' is an album with a good flow. Although having some layers weaved into the different songs, melodies are always in forefront, which makes this longplayer to a sensitive, but also rocking one. 'Eupnea' helps to get to normal, good, unlabored breathing while still being excited.
‘The Sun and the Cold’ is an album with songs that, allegorically spoken, reflect the darkness of the Mariana Trench as well as it shows the beauty of the colorful sea that invites for easy-going snorkeling. So put on your diving googles and jump into ‘The Sun and the Cold’. It will be a surprising dive.
(10/10) German Post-Rock powerhouse Long Distance Calling played three special show in early 2019. The quartet has chosen unusual locations for concerts that have been performed under the banner of ‘Seats & Sounds’. The final show of this triple took place in Hamburg at Kulturkirche Altona. The neo-gothic church, built in 1873, was the impressive... Continue Reading →
(9/10) 'Oscillation' is Oh Hiroshima's third longplayer and the trio invested quite some time to get the album to a level that was satisfying for the trio. Four years of hard work led to a longplayer that features seven new songs that will be a delight for fans of atmospheric Post-Rock. "Oscillation' isn't an album... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Florida-based Torche will unveil their new album ‘Admission’ early July this year. It will be the second record via Relapse Records and longplayer number five in general. Since the band premiered in 2005 with ‘Torche’ it's almost a mission impossible to add a specific genre to Torche’s sound. To many musical preferences of involved... Continue Reading →
After a long and intensive work period at Drudenhaus Studios, AlcestT can finally announce that they have finished the recordings of their sixth studio album. The first long-player to appear under their new label, Nuclear Blast, is titled ‘Spiritual Instinct’ and will see the light of day on October 25th, 2019, leading the band into... Continue Reading →
Stormy rain clouds and some sun have been the weather conditions of the second day of Rock Hard Festival and is Sunday that live up to one’s name. Sun rays make the scenery again to a bright place and it’s The Spirit that brings everybody into the right mood for another day full of exciting... 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 →
(7/10) Rivers certainly become oceans which also means that something rather small can get very big. In the case of River Becomes Ocean we have to see how big things will get in the future. As usual, also here things started small with a few guys deciding to start a new band. This happened back... Continue Reading →
(8/10) I guess it was and is the ice-hockey team, Edmonton Oilers that brought the Canadian city on the agenda of people outside Canada and outside North America. I’m not an ice-hockey fan but even I know the name of Wayne Gretzky and nowadays it’s two Germans being part of the roster. But your right,... Continue Reading →