Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Neurosis - A Sun That Never Sets

Veteran post metal band Neurosis's masterpiece, A Sun That Never Sets, is one of the darkest work of art one will ever hear. Each song has almost the same pace, but this does not take away from the experience, it makes the tracks flow into each other, creating an apocalypse in 60 minutes. Yet, some may not be able to discern one piece from the other, and if not listened to in the proper way, may take away from the experience, presenting the only flaw of this otherwise amazing album. The tracks may also sound similar, but each one has its own unique nightmare encompassed in the doom/sludge metal music and beautiful, yet filthy vocals.

Artist: Neurosis
Album: A Sun That Never Sets
Label: Relapse
Format: CD
Country: USA
Genre: Metal
Style: Post Metal, Sludge, Doom Metal, Fucking Awesome

Neurosis - A Sun That Never Sets

Henry Cow - Legend

Legend is the Astonishing debut from the English Progressive Avant Garde musicians, Henry Cow. This is Henry Cow's most accessible effort, and is probably the best place for newcomers to start.They drew on a whole range of influences, from rock to contemporary classical to free jazz and beyond. This is their jazziest album, a feeling reinforced by the twin saxes of Geoff Leigh. The album is surrounded by a sheer beauty, a very calm atmosphere with some little surprises that will keep you in the edge of your chair/bed. Every bar of music is crammed with ideas, nobody coasts and there is little superfluous material.This album is essential for any Avant Garde lover, or if you like Krautrock bands like Amon Duul, Can etc. this is definitely your cup of tea.

Artist: Henry Cow
Album: Legend
Label: East Side Digital
Format: CD
Country: UK
Genre: RIO/Avant-Garde Prog
Style: Free Jazz, Art Rock, Prog Rock

Henry Cow - Legend (Mediafire Link)

Saturday, January 24, 2009

We're very sorry

We are sorry because we know that we've been absent for a while now, but we're back.
We've been very busy lately, Txusmx is studying a lot, and I've been working and developing ideas for my projects, I'm a photographer, so I guess that's our way to justify ourselves.

We are terribly sorry for those rapidshare links as well, our account was cancelled due to an acknowledgement of fraud, too many IP's downloading from the same account and we still don't know what really happened but we lost all the info: albums, books, videos, etc, all gone.
The mediafire account is still active, so by now we are going to work only with this service, we apologize to all the rapidshare users that visit us, truly.