Blue Record is the second studio album by the heavy metal band Baroness, released on 13 October 2009. It is considered the sister album to the previous album, Red Album. Blue Record debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, and was named Decibel's number 1 record of 2009. In 2013, Blue Record was named the 20th Greatest Metal Album in History by LA Weekly. Blue Record is first album to feature Pete Adams. John Dyer Baizley – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, artwork. Allen Blickle – drums.
Blue Record" is the 2nd full-length studio album by US sludge metal act Baroness. The album was released through Relapse Records in October 2009. Upon conclusion "Blue Record" is a great sophomore album. Baroness have been through a radical tranformation and development since their early releases, which "Blue Record" doesnīt sound much like.
Their three EPs are conveniently titled First, Second and Third. With the release of their latest brand of progressive sludge metal, Blue Record, their follow up to their 2007 debut Red Album, they even keep things color coded. But outside of the album titles, that is where the simplicity ends. In 2007, Baroness finally released its debut album, Red Album, to the world. Однако ты также можешь выбрать другой язык. A new version of Last.
Baroness, Blue Record (Deluxe Version). Blue Record (Deluxe Version). by Baroness - 17 Tracks - 1:18:50. Release date 10/13/2009.
The Red Album was a fine album, but the band has refined their sound, creating an experience that will satisfy both fans and newcomers alike. Baroness tend to wear their sludge metal title proudly. Harsh and abrasive vocals, distorted instrumentation, and contrasting tempos are all in check. Everything works well together, making for one polished and consistent piece of work. The instrumentation utilized on the Blue Record is greatly varied. This isn't a metal album that spirals into self-indulgent guitar solos, or stays set on a riff. Instead, a happy medium is found. John Baizley and Pete Adams are more then competent, and Summer Welch isn't completely overproduced out of audible range.