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COSMOS KAOS DESTRUCCION

La Ira De Dios

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.04 | 4 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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3 stars This album focuses to shorter songs, containing few longer stoner epics also. In the first track "Quemando" powerful shifts of two notes create raw & solemn opening, released by aggressive crash leading to a repetitive stoner rock chord tunnel familiar from band's earlier records. The spaced-out vocals are treated quite heavily with echoes and other effects. The following shorter heavy psych punk tracks flavored by cosmic synths follow each other with minimal pauses, and like the album title suggests, they are quite angry and powerful in style. The faster short songs are also companied by a slower trippy acid blues for screaming guitars, and fine fully instrumental rocker. The album closes then again with a longer stoner track with great instrumental jammings. I personally am little bit more interested of this aspect of this group, though the tracks which less "progressive" in the classical sense are good too. If you like well composed and performed aggressive shorter psychedelic rock songs too, this album delivers it. For the fans of more meditative droning, I recommend the two earlier albums by this group.
Eetu Pellonpaa | 3/5 |

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