The Flying Luttenbachers | The Void

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The Void

by The Flying Luttenbachers

frenzied, dissonant minimalism on this intricate suite of modern no wave by the seminal Flying Luttenbachers
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Void Introduction
0:43 album only
2. The Void Part One
3:32 album only
3. The Void Part Two
2:07 album only
4. The Void Part Three
5:14 album only
5. The Void Part Four
3:47 album only
6. The Void Part Five
7:34 album only
7. The Void Part Six
2:39 album only
8. The Void Part Seven
3:21 album only
9. Sword of Atheism
3:56 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The debut offering by the latest Flying Luttenbachers line-up featuring guitar virtuoso Ed Rodriguez (also Gorge Trio, ex-Colossamite, ex-Iceburn), bassist Mike Green (also Burmese) and Weasel Walter back on the drum throne. The Void, is both an eight movement suite and a musical riddle (If you have ears, you'll figure it out.) Hearkening back (vaguely) to the concrete, bludgeoning power-trio structures of the classic 1996 Revenge album (Skin Graft Records), the new group sprints urgently down the razor sharp edge between control and chaos with new-found subtlety and expert precision. In a deliberate reaction against current trends in Pro-Tooled turd-polishing of indulgent incompetence, The Void was recorded live in the studio on one day and mixed on another in order to retain the stark purity of the performances. Put plainly, this is the most rocking Luttenbachers album in years. Please listen to it yourself and figure out something to say about it instead of saying "it sounds like band x and y put together". It doesn't. If it did, we'd tell you and get it over with. This is intelligent, modernistic instrumental rock music delivered without compromise and with big, big balls.



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