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Smote Reverser is undeniably an Oh Sees record, with all 20 years of the band’s history coming through every note . Summary: Country: USA Genre: garage, psychedelic rock.
Smote Reverser is undeniably an Oh Sees record, with all 20 years of the band’s history coming through every note played and sung, but it feels like a huge step into something new that’s sure to be just as exciting and unpredictable. Media Report: Source : CD Format : FLAC Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM Bit rate mode : Variable Bit rate : ~ 895-1000 Kbps Channel(s) : 2 channels Sampling rate : 4. KHz Bit depth : 16 bits.
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Smote Reverser is the twenty-first studio album by American garage rock band Oh Sees, released on August 17, 2018, on Castle Face Records. The album features keyboardist Tomas Dolas, who contributed to 2017's Memory of a Cut Off Head, and subsequently joined the band as a full time touring member.
Smote Reverser . 2018. Released: August 17, 2018 Genre: Progressive rock, psychedelic rock Length: 59:53 Label: Castle Face Producer: Eric Bauer, Enrique Tena Padilla, John Dwyer. 1. Sentient Oona 5:34. Technical personnel Matt Stawicki – cover artwork Eric Bauer – engineering, mixing, production Enrique Tena – engineering, mixing, production JJ Golden – mastering Matthew Jones – layout Brian Lee Hughes – additional photography.
Smote Reverser is undeniably an Oh Sees record, with all 20 years of the band's history coming through every note played and sung, but it feels like a huge step into something new that's sure to be just as exciting and unpredictable. 83. Smote Reverser, the group’s 21st album, picks up the proggy, kraut-flavored vibes of 2017’s Orc and pushes even further into the cosmos.
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Thee Oh Sees - Smote Reverser
When John Dwyer launched a revamped version of Thee Oh Sees in 2015, he tapped into something wild and weird and powerful. 2015’s Mutilator Defeated at Last was an expansion of the band’s psych/garage sound that beefed up the rhythm section and allowed Dwyer to unlock new levels of fierce guitar work. When the band switched to a dual-drummer lineup, it started a string of records that got more ferocious and unhinged while never straying too far from the gut punch their best songs deliver.
2018’s Smote Reverser feels like the culmination of all the experimentation the band has undertaken over the previous few years, the final steps of Dwyer’s ascent to guitar genius, and the kind of album whose deep mysteries will keep people buzzing for years. The record touches on a lot of things the band has been doing – like boogie rock, prog freakouts, psychedelic wanderings, blown-out garage rock – but it also stretches out into thunderous proto metal and jazz-rock explorations. The core group of Dwyer, bassist Tim Hellman, drummers Dan Rincon and Paul Quattrone, and vocalist Brigid Dawson are joined by Tomas Dolas of Mr. Elevator and the Brain Hotel on a variety of keyboards, and he and Dwyer add more keys to the sound than usual, surrounding the pummeling thud of the core band with a swirling array of vintage organ and synth sounds. The album kicks off with the brilliant “Sentient Oona,” a song that has many snaking twists and turns as it swerves from restrained, percussive verses to wild sections of outer space jazz where Dwyer’s spiraling guitar battles with peals of organ. It’s a definite warning shot that the band are heading off into a new dimension and the rest of the record is full of similar songs that take their standard formula, twist it into knots, then shoot it into the sun. The steady-rolling “Enrique el Cobrador” sounds like Deep Purple dragged through barbed wire, “C” rolls and tumbles like Canned Heat on an acid bender, “Moon Bog” stalks around like a truly menacing baby Sabbath, “Anthemic Aggressor” stretches out for 12 minutes of free-jazz wandering, and the slow trip of “Flies Bump Against the Glass” gives the listener a brief respite of soft psych near the end. Add to that paint-peeling rockers (“Abysmal Urn,” “Overthrown”), a low-key ballad (“Last Peace”), and an almost funky jam that uses the keys to their full possibilities (“Beat Quest”), and it ends up their most varied and accomplished record yet. It’s truly a showcase for Dwyer’s ever-growing skill at conjuring fiery magic out of six strings, as well as his unquenchable desire to keep pushing the band’s sound forward. Smote Reverser is undeniably an Oh Sees record, with all 20 years of the band’s history coming through every note played and sung, but it feels like a huge step into something new that’s sure to be just as exciting and unpredictable.
01 - Sentient Oona.flac
02 - Enrique El Cobrador.flac
03 - C.flac
04 - Overthrown.flac
05 - Last Peace.flac
06 - Moon Bog.flac
07 - Anthemic Aggressor.flac
08 - Abysmal Urn.flac
09 - Nail House Needle Boys.flac
10 - Flies Bump Against the Glass.flac
11 - Beat Quest.flac
Genre: garage, psychedelic rock
Source : CD
Format : FLAC
Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : ~ 895-1000 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits