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FEVER KNIFE is a band from Turku, Finland and formed by Veikko (guitar), Lari (guitar), Miksa (bass), Roni (synthesizers) and Klaus Löpöti (drums). In 2015 they released a self-titled debut album that is strongly influenced by classic Krautrock bands like Can or Faust, containing hypnotic rhythms, fierce guitars and spaced-out synthesizers.


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3 stars Welcome to a Finnish noise / ambient experimental world. I love Finnish psychedelic scene like Sperm / Pekka Airaksinen, Dark Buddha Rising, Avaruuskorpraali Paha Hirvi, Kemialliset Yst'v't / Tomutonttu ... and obviously this quintet have been influenced not only by Krautrock pioneers like Can, Ash Ra Tempel, Guru Guru, especially Faust, but also by the vanguards as mentioned. This eponymous album is filled with drone, fuzzy, repetitive, hallucinogenic sound aroma.

"Fieberbahn" is kinda authentic stuff. Psychedelic guitar-based helical melodic patterns go forward endlessly. This atmospheric spacey texture should be in the same vein of Hawkwind or Paha Hirvi. Direct invasion into our brain is crazy addictive. Such a cool narcotic. "Die Mystische Nutte" sounds like a downtempo, shoegaze, collapsing sound burn that has been enough incubated deeply in their inner world. "Charlie Don't Surf" has mysterious dissonance all through the tune. Dissected sound movements are beyond expression. "Go-Go Cyclin'" is an enjoyable psychedelic blues song, sorta intermission in this opus, let me say. "Cosmic Solitude" is one of the most ambient / improvised turns. I'm always tempted to this track actually. "Now" reminds me of the similarity to Acid Mothers Temple upon stage. The guitar shouting is quite chilling. The last quietest one "Slow Moving Particles" is mystically sententious. The shortest song could give me something heartwarming.

Conclusively this album is not innovative nor flavourful but stimulative for us Krautrock / Spacerock freaks who are strongly in favour of such a soundscape. My love? Yes.

Thanks to meltdowner for the artist addition.

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