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Wrong Creatures

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

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発売日

2018/01/12

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構成数

2

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レーベル

Cobraside Distribution, Inc.

規格品番

COBS11941

商品の紹介

  • Magnet - "'King Of Bones' grabs the gold for most menacing guitar hook of the year..." NME (Magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Dark and tribal opener `DFF' showcases the band at their most cinematic, before the searing `Spook' and `King Of Bones' are loaded with brimstone and bravado." Paste (magazine) - "BRMC are veritable heroes of the garage rock scene. What they do, they do better than anyone..."

    Rovi

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  • ツアーでボロボロになったメンバーたちがひと休みし、5年ぶりに発表したニュー・アルバム。ダンサブルなビート、ラーガな響き、サーカスを連想させるオルガンなども取り込みながら、サイケ・ブギーやシューゲイザー風の長尺ナンバーを披露し、バンドのイメージをアップデート。ストリングスを配したラストのピアノ・バラードが持つ薄明の美しさに心奪われる。もはや〈ロックンロール〉の一言だけでは語れない。
    bounce (C)山口智男

    タワーレコード (vol.411(2018年1月25日発行号)掲載)

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構成数 | 2枚

While it would be incorrect to say that all of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's albums are borne out of tragedy and trial, it often feels that way. In 2010, lead singer/bassist Robert Levon Been lost his father, the Call singer (and BRMC sound engineer) Michael Been, to a heart attack, mere months after the release of Beat the Devil's Tattoo. Subsequently, a sense of loss and mourning colored all of the band's moody 2013 follow-up Specter at the Feast. In 2014, drummer Leah Shapiro underwent brain surgery to treat a neurological disease. Though she had recovered by the time the band began work on their eighth studio album, 2018's eerie and menacing Wrong Creatures, a sense of spiritual peril pervades much of the album. As Been sings on "A Question of Faith," "I'm a question of faith/I'm a faded mind/I'm what calls you away/I'm what leaves you in Time." It's just this sort of doomed reflection that permeates much of Wrong Creatures. However, rather than simply being a dark and cynical glimpse into a metaphysical void, the album actually feels lighter than recent releases. It's even somewhat of a return to the group's fiery, punk-influenced early work with songs like the sneering "Spook" and the brain-pounding "King of Bones" built with swaggering simplicity around chugging electric guitar riffs and metallic drum beats. Cuts like the woozy, psychedelic "Calling Them All Away" and the laconically bluesy "Haunt" are as spine tingling as anything on Specter, but feel looser, more improvised, as if the band jammed them into being. There's also a sense of post-punk grandeur here with tracks like "Ninth Configuration" and the sparkling "Echo" bringing to mind a mix of late-'80s U2 and early-'90s Swervedriver. Still, the band's emotions remain as vaporous and ectoplasmic as ever. On "Haunt," Been sings "Dead flag, ship of fools you command/I'm trying not to wither away/And I'm wondering if I'll feel the grace/I'm Trying to unlove this world/But it has no other place." On Wrong Creatures, it's refreshing to hear a band so wrought with spiritual and emotional demons find their rock & roll grace and let it rip. ~ Matt Collar

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