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Hey Colossus - Radio Static High (2015)

1-10-2015, 20:44
Music | Rock | Alternative

Hey Colossus - Radio Static High (2015)

Artist: Hey Colossus
Title Of Album: Radio Static High
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rocket Recordings
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Noise
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:19 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


01. Radio Static High
02. March Of The Headaches
03. Hop The Railings
04. Numbed Out
05. Memories Of Wonder
06. Snapping Undone
07. Another Head
08. The Mourning Gong
09. Hesitation Time
10. Honey

Hey Colossus proved themselves the least noble of sludge bands with a reissue of their seething ‘In Black and Gold’, a record as into silly rock as serious metal. Between showy string bends and noisemaker distortion, that record offered something for both camps: those who believe this sort of thing should be taken seriously, thank you very much, and those who put it on a playlist with the Meads of Asphodel. On follow-up ‘Radio Static High’, they offer the same sort of sludgy joy-making, wherein the gone-off, way too thick chords are goofed up with riffage and a penchant for psychedelic forgetfulness.

It’s the psych I’ve come for, actually; it's calibrated wonderfully. On “Hop The Railings”, the band disguise themselves in a bit of handmade motorik, a drumbeat swirling steadfast as the band shake from side to side, the reverb acting as a tremor that constantly separates the plain sailing verses from an urgent, climaxing chorus that never truly resolves. It might be HC’s best song yet, able to lend emotive force to a genre staple that usually goes and goes without consequence -- forget hypnosis, this is psych rock as melodrama.

The heavy stuff is still here, of course, but the production distances us from it, postulating the band from a higher plane of existence: the sludgy percussion of “Numbed Out” is juxtaposed with swirling synth and a codified vocal, while the slimy riffage of “Another Head” is eventually distinguished with a guitar tone a la Om, one that floats above in a celestial dirge. Ultimately, there’s a remote, detaching psych aesthetic pervading over activities here, and it makes ‘Radio Static High’ feel holier than thou.

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