Icarus" or "Sjamanistic Dream" are still classics in the Hybryds catalogue. The second disc shows what Hybryds was like at concerts during the period when the recordings were made (live tracks compose the first five tracks recorded in 1995). In addition, we have three studio compositions here here. The first one belongs to the collaborative Hydra project, whose only official recording appeared on the compilation "The Uncertain Future" on Antler . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Cornerstone is the ninth studio album by the american rock band Styx, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music). Cornerstone, Styx's third straight triple platinum selling album, peaking at on the Billboard chart, was Styx's only album to earn a Grammy nomination for "Best Album of the Year". Like the four previous Styx albums, the band produced the album themselves. The band started using the new recording studio Pumpkin Studios in Oak Lawn, Illinois.
Styx is the self-titled debut album by American rock band Styx. It was released in 1972. The band started as a cover band who played events such as weddings and birthday parties. They called themselves "The Tradewinds" in 1961, when the band was composed of, at 12 years of age, Chuck and John Panozzo, who played bass guitar and drums, respectively, and their neighbor, 14-year-old Dennis DeYoung on keyboards, accordion and vocals.
New CD release by Hybryds on April 8 at Coalescaremonium, Brussels. Going back to their roots: ritual music. Trance inducing ambient atmospheres, from Barry's manipulated saxophone are sucked up in tribal rhythms, electronic beats, coloured with the intense percussion of TraumaSutra, blend in the evocative and impressing vocals of Madeline Arndt. When you close your eyes, and let your heartbeat synchronise with the pulsating rhythms from ancient lost times and free your mind on the magical sound waves, you can tune in with the great Universe of Life
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Styx have been a classic rock staple for 40 years with hits that every rock fan knows and can hear everyday just by getting in a car. But the band have not released an album of new studio material since 2003’s Cyclorama, an album that went largely unnoticed. Since that album 14 years ago, the band have been a constant touring force and those that have seen the band live recently now that this band can still put on a tremendous show. The lineup on the album is the touring lineup from the last 14 years with bassist Ricky Phillips making his first appearance on a Styx album. All members turn in powerful performances, most notably the incredible Tommy Shaw, who’s high register vocals are as strong as ever and shows he still has the power to pull this off.
Styx is the self-titled debut album by Styx. It was released in 1972 on Wooden Nickel Records. The album was reissued in 1980 under the title Styx I with new artwork. In late 2012, it was re-released for CD and digital download, along with Styx II, The Serpent Is Rising, and Man of Miracles.
The only two ways I can describe Low Frequencies is a wall of sound, and the name of the band itself. The name couldn't be more appropriate to the sounds reproduced on this record.