First Band from Outer Space – Impressionable Sounds Of The Subsonic (2006)(320 kb/s)

This, the second release from the enigmatic Swedish space rockers, is a logical development from their debut and a clear improvement. While still persuing the same fundamental mix of old school heavy metal riffing, trance inducing space-rock jams and ‘cosmic oscillator’ synth noises, Impressionable Sounds Of The Subsonic displays greater use of textures and ‘colours’ from a wider sound palette, tempering the heaviness by concentrating on stronger arrangements. The impressive result is more assured and adventurous, perhaps hinting of even greater things to come.
–full review at… progarchives.

Track List:
01 – Novaja Xemelja (8:22)
02 – Utan Att Veta (8:02)
03 – Mean Spacemachine (5:51)
04 – Impressionable Sounds Of The Subsonic (10:06)
05 – To Be Seen As The Underdog (5:44)
06 – Gröna Händer (13:22)
07 – Todo Pasara (9:46)
08 – Sagarmatha 8848 (7:16)

– JohanFrom Space (lead vocal, guitars, synths)
– StarFighterCarl (drums, percussion, vocals)
– SpaceAceFrippe (bass, synths, percussion, vocals)
– MoonBeamJosué (flutes, vocals)
– AstroRille (vocals)
– SpaceBeardEmil (percussion)
– ErkiOnMars (space organ)



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