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Sunday, June 30, 2013

TesseracT - Altered State review

Year : 2013
Genre : Teenager Folk Djent Pop
Label : Century Media
Origin : United Kingdom
Rating : 5.0 / 10

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The new TesseracT LP spells out the submissively stale stagnation of teenager folk pop djent, all written with pink and magenta on the withered/saggy tits of pseudo-intellectual folk allures and hyper-emotional shoegaze nonsense.

Picture the image of music put forward by Periphery, strip it off of the exceptionally strong melodies and substitute those with polite folk ravings, deprive it from most of its intent to experiment, and deny its manic intricacy - premiere traits not even a latex troll can take away from Periphery's credit in the context of their latest outing to date - and you find yourself in the painfully predictable company of this particular TesseracT record, delivered in the form of play-it-safe-product-art by the eminent UK based teen folk pop djent practitioners. Read on to know more about the disc.

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Monday, June 24, 2013

Fuse - Linzi Stoppard, Violin review

Year : 2010
Genre : Massively Instrumental Violin Rock
Label : Edel Records
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

Fuse is a duo featuring two electric violinists in various beefy takes on well known - mostly - rock and pop rock classics. Beside the music itself, the human presence on stage which the sounds are channeled from is at least as important than what the notes convey per event, because the audio-, while decently realized, has no other true intent/meaning in it than to serve as the sonic catalizator, as the "mere" background for a live show.

In the context of the Fuse duo, the unique significance of the heat of the moment is even more primordial than that of the character and niftyness of the music, as no one will blame a furious index finger at Linzi Stoppard if she misses a note, not when you are occupied tracing the elegant silhouettes on the stage. Read on to know more about it.

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Meroe - Suite 524 review

Year : 2013
Genre : Hard Rock with a Power Metal overtone
Label : Independent
Origin : Germany
Official Facebook site : > - here - <

Though this Munich based ensemble strictly refers to itself as hard rock, the veteran formation clearly has a keen and eloquent affection towards Iron Maidenesque power metal, even the ever-present tendency of vibrant/colorful instrumental passages that characterize the prestigious Brits, are equally ubiquitous throughout this Steel Balls of Eloquent Heft Straight Out-delivery.

The name of the primordial game is melody driven iron-smithing orchestrated to pretty much perfectly realized-, massively guitar centered production values. The sound is simultaneously beefy, yet skillfully restrained in its naturally rampant and whimsical volumetrics. Track number 5, "I am", gives you great opportunity to immerse in the naked sound - yesyespleaseplease - which doubtless radiates that famous German precision. This type/variant of uncompromisingly high standard is maintained on the spin with an iron fist, and now it really is the matter of the quality of the content itself, which necessarily draws and delivers the true identity of this outing. Read on to know more about it.

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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Ain't that a kick in the head - cover

GyZ covers the song : Ain't that a kick in the head by Dean Martin. Listen in HD please.

Lyrics :

how lucky can one guy be
I kissed her and she kissed me
like the fellow once said,
"ain't that a kick in the head?"
the room was completely black
I hugged her and she hugged back
like a sailor said, quote:
"ain't that a hole in the boat?"

my head keeps spinning
I go to sleep and keep grinning
if this is just the beginning
my life is gonna be beautiful

got sunshine enough to spread
it's just like the fellow said
tell me quick, ain't love a kick in the head?

like the fellow once said,
"ain't that a kick in the head?"
like the sailor said, quote:
"ain't that a hole in the boat?"

my head keeps spinning
I go to sleep and keep grinning
if this is just the beginning
my life is gonna be beautiful

she's telling me we'll be wed
she's picked out a king size bed
I couldn't feel any better
or I'd be sick
tell me quick, boy ain't that a kick?
tell me quick, ain't love a kick in the head?

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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Fade to Black - G Street Panorama review

Genre : Classic Rock with a Psychedelic, Doom and Grunge tint
Label : Silver Maple Kill Records
Origin : United State
Release Date : 2013
Official site : > - here - <

You can't simultaneously gain knowledge of a track called "Aliens and Beer" and remain disinterested of it, and US based Fade to Black is doing all and THEN some in their considerable classic/doom/grunge rock charisma power to emphasize this point. The song is a clear initiatory representation of what this veteran formation is all about at first face value - massively guitar centered mid-range axe warfare that borders - JUST borders - on punk in its sonic volumetrics, backed up by a mean, and clearly audible bass presence and adept drum molestation skills that give any decent dope fiend drumma' a run for the next fix.

Luckily enough, the band delivers flamboyant variation in the context of intensity and general musical behavior. The ensemble has a legitimate punch and heft to it whenever they feel like showing off the obligatory granite balls, and they emerge competent/clear/thoughtful throughout the tamer compositions - "The Note", for example -, as well. Unhidden intentions are on persistent display that seek to compliment a psychedelic overtone, armed with an apt understanding of the related criteria systems. This fascination comes to you via a diverse set of various beneficiary and easily accessible iterations, too. The one you hear in "Aliens and Beer" is the Timothy Learian psyhedelia with a tint of doom, while the one you will find in "The Note" is more playful-, fanciful, showing reminiscences with Pink Floyd and a restless variant of Beatles, even. Nah, I'm only kidding with one of the references. Or am I? Read on to know more about the record.

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