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One Of These Days & Thee Heavy Random Tone Colour Lab - A Peaceful Nacht In Hell CD (album) cover

A PEACEFUL NACHT IN HELL

One Of These Days & Thee Heavy Random Tone Colour Lab

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.00 | 4 ratings

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4 stars ONE OF THESE DAYS (& Thee Heavy Random Tone Colour Lab)!!! - such a cool band name alone is whacked out enough. And then they hatch a language crossover album title like ... who the hell is cooking this up, eh? At first I thought about a nordic band in some way, but they definitely are from Spain though - four musicians hailing from the A Coruńa scene exactly, who have recorded this challenge within three days. And at least guitarist Diego Veiga is well known to me due to his collaboration with the band LÜGER.

Okay, crazy approach, anybody can manage this more or less, one might intervene ... but those chaps can top it with extraordinarily entertaining songs, you should know. So please stay tuned. Designed for a vinyl release most likely the album delivers four extended songs, somewhat 70's retrospective styled, also considering the cover art. They are definitely capable of following in their paragons' footsteps due to a virtuoso style overall. And so The Word Or Instructions For Taking Opium In A Root comes with extracool trombone input and luxuriant organ respectively synth work.

Backed by a simple though very effective synth loop Beautiful Things sees them also experimenting with voice samples. The track title hits the nail right on the head. Further Than You Can Imagine finally constantly moves between spacey ambiance and headbanging drive. This album turns out to be an irresistible affair in four movements, featuring hints from Moonwagon, Diagonal, Hypnos69 and Beardfish. Based on a psychedelic fundament and refined with jazzy and heavy rock portions a pleasant listen again and again.

Rivertree | 4/5 |

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