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Motorpsycho - Kingdom of Oblivion

  by Maarten Schiethart

published: 29 / 7 / 2021



Motorpsycho - Kingdom of Oblivion
Label: Rune Grammofon
Format: CD

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Dull and cliched harmonic rock on latest album from Norwegian band Motorpsycho


Hollow stadium rock riddled with predictable licks and lines would describe the first side of the LP. The Crosby, Still, Nash and Young type of harmonies on the title track include clichéd guitar solos. I must count as an avant garde snob as I could barely stand to listen to it, This album brought me out spouting my worst inner dialogue abuse. Each cloud, however. has a silver lining and it must have been the music education bill in several countries in Scandinavia which aimed at Motorpsycho albums like this one, being ever produced again. Crisp clear production and ever so dull.



Track Listing:-
1 The Waning (Pt. 1 & 2)
2 Kingdom of Oblivion
3 Lady May
4 The United Debased
5 The Watcher
6 Dreamkiller
7 Atet
8 At Empire's End
9 The Hunt
10 After the Fair
11 The Transmutation of Cosmoctopus Lurker
12 Cormorant


Band Links:-
https://www.facebook.com/motorpsychonews
http://motorpsycho.no/


Label Links:-
http://www.runegrammofon.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Rune-Grammofon-267695363296413


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