Hey Colossus - 'In Black & Gold’ Black vinyl, foiled sleeve & inner LP Includes unlimited streaming of In Black And Gold via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. In Black And Gold’, their eighth album proper and first for Rocket Recordings, ushers in a new incarnation of Hey Colossus. Marrying malevolent attack to expansive celestial splendour, ‘In Black And Gold’ marks a point whereby Hey Colossus map out a sonic trajectory that expands on their trademark ornery overload
Marrying malevolent attack to expansive celestial splendour, 'In Black And Gold' marks a point whereby Hey Colossus map out a sonic trajectory that expands on their trademark ornery overload. The songs herein may be leaner and more artful than the fearsome sound by which they made their name on albums like 2008's 'Project: Death' and the monstrous 2013 opus 'Cuckoo Live Life Like Cuckoo', but they remain possessed of the wrath both Stoogian and Stygian that fuels their noiserock transgression.
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Band Name Hey Colossus. Album Name In Black and Gold. Data de lançamento 2015. Labels Rocket Recordings. Estilo de MúsicaNoise Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Hold on. 2. Sisters and Brothers. 3. Hey, Dead Eyes, Up! 4. Wired Brainless. 7. Eat It. 8. Sinking, Feeling. Other productions from Hey Colossus.
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Artists Hey Colossus In Black and Gold. In Black and Gold Hey Colossus. This album has an average beat per minute of 129 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/148 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist In Black and Gold. BPM Profile In Black and Gold. Album starts at 140BPM, ends at 140BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Hey Colossus.
Listen to the awesome new LP Hey Colossus In Black And Gold here and read Matt Ridout's interview with the band. Growing up in Southern California, the Colossus was a behemoth of a rickety wooden roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park. A twin-track monstrosity that was built in the late-70s, Colossus lacked the inversions or slickness of modern steel coasters but was still terrifying, primarily because of the sound the cars made as they made their way around the wooden structure.
In Black and Gold, their eighth album proper and first for Rocket Recordings, ushers in a new incarnation of Hey Colossus. Marrying malevolent attack to expansive celestial splendor, In Black and Gold follows a sonic trajectory that expands on Hey Colossus's trademark ornery overload. Yet there's no shortage of primal rock action to be had on In Black and Gold; on "Sisters and Brothers" they summon up a swaggering, demented groove that sashays like a zombifiedGun Club, while on the dramatic spaghetti-psych of the title-track a revelatory cinematic sprawl of sound recalls The Bad Seeds and The 13th Floor Elevators engaged in a. psychic duel in the noonday sun. Hey Colossus have always made fine work on the vital and Spinal Tap-approved "fine line between clever and stupid.