Kylesa - Ultraviolet album flac
Style: Sludge Metal, Grindcore, Stoner Rock
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Ultraviolet is the sixth full-length studio album by American sludge metal group, Kylesa. It is also the group's third album to be released through Season of Mist. Writing for Ultraviolet was done periodically throughout the span of two years, unlike previous albums which were written and recorded during shorter periods of time
Ultraviolet is the sixth full-length studio album by American sludge metal group, Kylesa. Album cover artwork by Sean Beaudry. It was ultimately released on May 24, 2013, in Europe and on May 28, 2013, in North America in CD, vinyl and digital download formats through Season of Mist Reception.
After a string of LPs that have consistently found Kylesa fortifying these wayward genre aggregations, Ultraviolet- their sixth album and second for Season of Mist- is an unexpected misstep. At first, Ultraviolet might feel passive or polite, as though Kylesa is the metal band auditioning for a roster spot on Sub Pop or Merge. There’s a slow-burning ballad, a straightforward charge or two, and at least one tune that stretches shoegaze reverie over quickly flickering riffs.
With Kylesa, there is never any BS. The album's opening track, 'Exhale,' pulls you into the core of Kylesa immediately, waiving any sort of dramatic introduction in favor of representing their signature sound from the very first second. Kylesa's auditory swamp continues to lure the listener in further with the hypnotic and hauntingly beautiful 'Unspoken,' which oozes the essence of guitarist, vocalist Laura Pleasants as she trades vocal lines with an ominous harmonic chant. The humidity level keeps rising throughout 'Ultraviolet' as Kylesa offer standout tracks 'We're Taking This' and 'Quicksand.
Album Name Ultraviolet. Дата релиза 28 Май 2013. Лейблы Season Of Mist. Музыкальный стильSludge Metal. Владельцы этого альбома40.
On their sixth album, Ultraviolet, it's clear the band are still channeling the same mind-expanding cosmic energies that helped to make their last album such a revelation. With a sound that's not only spacy but spacious, Kylesa continue to push their sound into the stratosphere, opting for atmosphere where they once would have erected a monumental wall of murky guitars
Kylesa’s latest offering, Ultraviolet, is similarly rewarding and a natural progression for the band. The methodical tempo of Spiral Shadow returns, though there are even more compositional frills this time around, which might disgruntle some headbangers looking for a rawer form of metal. Pleasants and Cope trade off on the mic like old times, yet Ultraviolet feels like her album. Kylesa doesn’t waste a single passage anywhere, and consequently, there’s great flow to the record.
The band’s big trick was the way they fused bleary post-hardcore catharsis and speed with the bleary-eyed grandeur of doom metal.