|Album:||Cloak Of Organs||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Cloak Of Organs||Added:||Aug 2016|
|Add Date:||2016-09-05||Pull Date:||2016-11-07|
|Week Ending:||Nov 6||Oct 30||Oct 23||Oct 16||Oct 2||Sep 25||Sep 18||Sep 11|
|1.||Jan 21, 2017:||Reckless Burning
|4.||Nov 01, 2016:||Waste FM
Why Are We Whispering
|2.||Jan 11, 2017:||Life Aquatic
|5.||Oct 31, 2016:||Hurtsville
|3.||Nov 02, 2016:||Brownian Motion
|6.||Oct 27, 2016:||All Passion No Technique
Cloak of Organs EP
Reviewed by BravoMarco
As you would expect from artists with an outstanding pedigree, this is a superior venture. Denver’s version of “Grinderman” Look up all the performers for their work with other great CO bands. Early 80’s post punk / alternative feel, with a fresh psych take.
Like: Blood & Roses, Brigandage, Skeletal Family / Ghost Dance, (early) All About Eve.
All are good. Just great: 1
No detectable FCC’s
1) Blood Moon (5.09) Glorious grinder of a track. Restrained yet bursting with energy. A fully-fledged anthem in the waiting.
2) False Fossils (5.41) Slower trance like, with that Bardo Pond feel.
3) Starvation Heights (3.26) Faster paced head nodder. Strong vocals complementing the hard working guitars. Squirrly fade.
4) Why Are We Whispering (5.10) Slowing it up with that added aggression. More indy popyish than the previous.
|1.||Blood Moon||3.||Starvation Heights|
|2.||False Fossils||4.||Why Are We Whispering|