Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Landforge - Servitude To Earth (2012)

 

The second album from this band from Bristol, England.

The band is a trio with a lineup of bass, drums and guitars. 

There is a lot of atmospheric sludge, post-rock albums around now. Well, perhaps not a lot. But I have got some of them.

This album, their debut album and an EP can be obtained as a name your price albums from this Bandcamp site.

I am not a big fan of post-punk rock in all it's variations. Sludge and post-rock is one of the more likeable expressions in my view.

And that is what we get here. Sludge, space and post-rock. All of it instrumental.

There is indeed a lot of shoegaze on this album too. The music is introvert and pretty gloomy. It has a good ambience.

The music has a good balance between shades and lights too. There is a lot of good breaks here and a lot of ambience.

The result is a forty-five minutes long album. A good album indeed and an album well worth checking out.

3 points

 

 

 

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