|Holograms / Forever|
|Add Date:||2013-11-07||Pull Date:||2014-01-09|
|Week Ending:||Nov 24||Nov 17|
|1.||May 21, 2015:||A Visit From Drum |
|4.||Nov 23, 2013:||Around The Bend |
|2.||Mar 12, 2015:||A Visit From Drum |
|5.||Nov 19, 2013:||Meow |
Laughter Breaks The Silence, Wolves
|3.||Nov 24, 2014:||In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand: Side B [ATMTPTMM!] |
|6.||Nov 13, 2013:||Meow After Midnight |
Reviewed by BravoMarco
27th October 2013
This is the Swedish bands second release and has been receiving some pretty good reviews. Certainly an attempt at a revival of the late 70’s, early 80’s Post Punk / Goth era. They remind me more of The Skids, The Mission (UK) & All About Eve. “Pop Punk” done pretty well. I am sure this will find a place on KZSU. All tracks much of a muchness: Grizzerly vocals, driving drums, poppy chorus, synth lines & whirling guitars.
3 & 7 slightly as standing out for me.
No detectable FCC’s
1) A Sacred State: (3.57) Great intro that promises much, then driving drumming leading to poppy chorus.
2) Flesh And Bone (4.11) Following on from previous track, nice use of synths.
3) Meditations (2.48) Trade mark pounding drumming, nice guitar work.
4) Ättestupa (3:33) More poppy than the rest.
5) Luminous (3.05) Upbeat track, like the others.
6) Rush (4.19) Nice use of reverb & echo to change it up slightly.
7) Wolves (3.30) Slowing it down, still with a driving edge to it.
8) Laughter Breaks The Silence (3.48) Giving slight prominence to the lead guitar & synth.
9) A Blaze On The Hillside (5.40) Some nice screaming, but far too busy.
10) Lay Us Down (4.40) A love song of sorts, slower pace.
|1.||A Sacred State||6.||Rush|
|2.||Flesh And Bone||7.||Wolves|
|3.||Meditations||8.||Laughter Breaks The Silence|
|4.||Ättestupa||9.||A Blaze On The Hillside|
|5.||Luminous||10.||Lay Us Down|