GYPSYHAWK-A Nova Era Do Stoner ROck???

 

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Muito tempo depois muitos membros do metal extremo estão se encontrando remontando arquivos do rock n ‘roll, vagando pelos corredores empoeirados das loja inevitavelmente à procura de um novas idéias musicais . Não só Gypsyhawk capturou esse espírito em seu segundo álbum Revelry & Resiliência mas mesmo ocasionalmente ecoam                               os sons de Gene Simmons do Kiss e sua turma. Embora eu estou disposto a apostar que estes rapazes da Califórnia nunca vai fazer um álbum c0omo  do Kiss.

Toda a glória do rock metálico, não é o bastante, você vai ter aromas de southern rock que o álbum se desenrola. Em ”Night Songs from the Desert”, “State Lines” e criminalmente infecciosa “Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo”, os espíritos de idade,do NWOBHM, ganham vida nova com um sotaque sutil. Acima de tudo, deve-se notar que há um mote de  bandas     que agora estão nesta linha de som . mesmo com o death metal sueco do início dos anos 90 estão vivos, mas poucas bandas combinar um alvo amplo de clássicos com o estilo transparente e inequivocamente contemporâneo como do Gypsyhawk. fiquem atento a esta banda

 

Long after their initial rites are over, many members of today’s extreme metal order find themselves reaching far back into the archives of rock n’ roll, wandering dusty record store aisles inevitably searching for that radical, uncompromising psyche that set it all in motion. Since many now 20 somethings gained their entrance via the less-than-tr00 sidedoor of nu-metal, it’s that fun-loving, boundary-pushing aesthetic we seek. That is, where making music wasn’t about commanding attention to throw some fucked up public therapy session where you could yell at the crowd about how much you hate your parents (or in the case of modern moshcore, your ex). Hard, tenacious music was about having a good time, damn it. It’s what KISS used to evoke before they stumbled their way through a several dreadful pop trends. Not only do Gypsyhawk capture that very spirit on their sophomore album Revelry & Resilience but they even occasionally echo the sounds of Gene and the gang. Though I’m willing to bet these California natives won’t ever make a disco album.
 
All the metallic rock glory notwithstanding, you’ll get whiffs of Southern rock as the album unfolds. On ”Night Songs from the Desert”, “State Lines” and the criminally infectious “Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo”, the spirits of old, both American and NWOBHM, are given new life with a subtle twang. Above all, it should be noted that there’s a whole brood of bands now picking up the flags of their heroes across the musical spectrum. Superchrist channels Lemmy to perfection; Midnight sometimes sounds more like Deceased than Deceased; even the Swedish death metal sounds of the early 90s are alive an well; but few bands combine such a wide scope of classics with the seamless and unmistakably contemporary flair of Gypsyhawk.

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