|06-23-2011, 04:28 PM||#1 (permalink)|
murder is not dead
Join Date: May 2011
Location: THE SPLEEGE
WU LYF- Go Tell Fire To The Mountain (2011)
WORLD UNITE! LUCIFER YOUTH FOUNDATION
or also known as Wu Lyf (woo-life)
One) 4:31 L Y F
Two) 3:49 Cave Song
Three) 5:32 Such A Sad Puppy Dog
Four) 4:01 Summas Bliss
Five) 6:27 We Bros
Six) 3:48 Spitting Blood
Seven) 3:19 Dirt
Eight) 5:35 Concrete Gold
Nine) 4:42 14 Crows For Me & Your Friends
Ten) 5:35 Heavy Pop
This band hails from England with just a few years under their musical belt. I don't know how well known they are in the UK since I do not reside there, but in the USofA (and maybe Canada...) they are reserving their name and sounds at your convenience to your music player. They're considered "Heavy Pop" with a bit of "Lo-Fi" action . They have the basics of guitar, bass, drums, and vocals while the keyboard shows some organ love. This band particularly got the hype from their enigmatic endeavors, pulling a "No interviews, no shows, no label" kind of thing. And because of that, the predatory "blogsphere" attacked the opportunity to squeeze out any and every detail they could find. Go Tell Fire To The Mountain was said to be recorded in a church, giving an overwhelming reverb notion and stimulating emotion from the vocals.
It's a worth to check out as the first song kicks off introducing you to the organ and the howl of Ellery's voice as it spreads deeper and deeper into each track. I favor the song "Heavy Pop" the most, which concludes the album quite well.
Don't cry too much
Listen easy and know that
"It might get loud."
|07-26-2011, 04:04 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
these guys are getting bigger and bigger, im really liking this album the last few weeks what really attracts me to these guys is that in their songs you cant really understand the lyrics or any words at all but instead you pay attention to the actual music and i think you just get lost in the songs then.