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Anti-Depressive Delivery


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4.04 | 51 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars 3.5 stars.This album is much different from their debut. The album cover is pretty funny though with the guys dressed like fruits and vegetables.The music itself has a vintage seventies feel to it with lots of organ.

"Starchaser" opens aggressively before it settles as vocals come in.The contrast continues. Nice guitar solo after 5 minutes. "Desert Machine" reminds me a little of DEEP PURPLE. Powerful drums and organ lead the way as vocals join in. Mellotron before 3 minutes, guitar follows. "Accordion Woman" features lots of organ in the intro before it settles as vocals arrive.Tasteful guitar 2 minutes in and some good chunky bass before 3 minutes. "Terminal" hits the ground running with vocals,riffs and organ. It calms down after a minute and the contrast continues. "Blood Is Blood" is led early by drums, guitar and organ. It settles as again contrasts are continued. Vocals after 4 minutes.

"We Will Crimson You" is by far my favourite and obviously with that title there is a KING CRIMSON flavour to this one. Lots of heaviness and it's quite dark. This is an instrumental by the way. My only complaint is that it's too short. "U" opens with vocals and a full sound. A nice heavy sound before 2 1/2 minutes.The guitar sounds great 3 minutes in. "Undead" is fairly laid back with some instrumental outbreaks. "Nothing New" features some nice guitar a minute in, then vocals, bass and drums take over. It settles after 2 minutes and the contrast continues.

An improvement over their debut but for me it's still lacking something. Good album though.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |


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