Thursday, July 16, 2015

CD Review: Black Space Riders -Refugeeum Available July 24, 2015, Clawhammer PR/Black Space Records/Cargo Records


Founded in December 2008
Genre
New Wave of Heavy Psychedelic Spacerock
Band Members
JE (VOX, Guitars)
SLI (Guitars)
SAQ (Bass)
CRIP (Drums)
SEB (VOX)
Hometown
SPACE
Record Label
BLACK SPACE RECORDS / Cargo Records / Rough Trade / Sound Guerilla
Short Description
Heavy, psychedelic, hypnotic, metalic, acid, groovy SPACE-ROCK from far beyond.
Current Location
Muenster, Germany, Europe, Earth
General Manager
JE (Engelking)
Artists We Also Like
Black Sabbath, Motoerhead, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Thin Lizzy, The Chameleons, David Bowie, Bauhaus, Tom Waits, Slayer, Motorpsycho
Influences
Space & Earth
Death & Birth
Band Interests
Life, Music, Books, Movies


This album has one fantastic song after another and they just build a masterpiece of sound and some great musicianship throughout the album , some fantastic skill set all around.

I am always excited to hear new music and this being an album where the first track off the album "Vortex Sun" is better than some of the full length albums I have heard this year.

"Run to the Plains" is 11 minutes in length --listen below :


I applaud the creative structure in which this album has in it, not one song sounding like the other.



"Curtains of Death" really has a great rock riff to start us off and some classic rock vocals adds to the great structure of the song as well.


Some fantastic mood music here in some of the tracks "Melek4s Lament " is some incredible sounding orchestrations mixed in with the overall sound of the song.

Thank you for reading this
Sincerely 
Anthony Nadeau