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- The Devil's Blood - The Anti Kosmik Magick - Ouvir Música
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With many songs passing the seven-minute mark, including a mammoth minute finale, the album's overall length and density will be an issue for some, but it has been expertly paced. From the first seconds of intro track, "Unending Singularity", you're awash in classic rock riffs and creepy psychedelic swirls.
While the rolling crescendos and serpentine solos of the following track, "On the Wings of Gloria", exemplifies the progressive reverie that defines the album. Shorter, crunchier tracks such as the rollicking "Die the Death" and "Fire Burning", along with the utterly majestic romp of "She", do much to emphasize the strength of F's multilayered harmonies and Lemouchi's ability to balance pop-savvy arrangements with his dark lyrics.
The Devil's Blood - The Anti Kosmik Magick - Ouvir Música
While the album's rockier numbers are a blast, it's the heavily psychedelic tracks that bring the band's finest attributes to the fore. Its rousing refrain, "I call your name… Devil", is backed up by an eerie mix of electric and acoustic guitars, which add to its sinister hallucinatory ambience. The final three songs, an elongated coda of sorts, are where the group really goes to work. The mellifluous creep of "Everlasting Saturnalia" serves as an understated overture to "The Madness of Serpents", which itself dissolves, after stirring choral vocals and piano thumping, into final track "Feverdance".
With its opening bucolic gambit and cosmic burbles, the track laboriously ramps up the teeth-clenching tension with psychedelic squalls of guitar. Inevitably, and mercifully, it detonates spectacularly, burning out on some very apt Hammer Horror-esque organ. The most obvious question is: where does the band go from here? There's clearly no shortage of lyrical inspiration -- any serious student of occultism knows it's a lifelong pursuit, with death, I imagine, providing the final answer.
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That Lemouchi and F have summoned up a tour de force of supernatural rock is indisputable. Whether you've the patience for it or not is another matter. But the sheer exquisite depths and cinematic breadth of The Thousandfold Epicentre leaves one wondering how the band will top this without drifting into the realms of serious self-indulgence, although ultimately that's a question to be answered on the next release.
As it is, the album makes for a magnificent acid-drenched workout and there's no doubting the band's resolutely occultist ethos. While heckles are raised when terms like 'vintage' and 'retro' are tossed about, the Devil's Blood has undeniably evoked the electrifying rush of '60s and '70s occult rock. What sprits they have invoked along the way, well, that's a whole other story.
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Prior to our disbanding on the 22nd of January , we had been active with the pre-production of what was to be our third album. Obviously we would never make it that far and the initial shock of that fact saddened us greatly. After but a few days we listened to this material again and decided that even though the audio quality might not be what people have come to expect from a The Devil's Blood release, the song material was and is the best we have ever done. We came to the conclusion that these songs deserve to become a part of The Canon and that we would release them as is.
SIDE A: 1. Wielding the Hammer of the Dead Upon the Aimless Path SIDE B: 1.
The Lullaby of the Burning Boy 2. If Not a Vessel? Dance of the Elements 2. Tabula Rasa. Be the first to review this product. In stock.