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Black Rainbows - Twilight In The Desert (CD)

Black Rainbows
Twilight In The Desert
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 10 December 2007, 1:42 PM

This is the first album from the French label Longfellow Deeds Records I get to review. This label specializes in the groovy side of Rock/Metal, which happens to be my favorite side. Are BLACK RAINBOWS able to deliver some groovy tunes that will make us wanna grab a beer and bang our heads under their melodies? This is something we will have to find out…

BLACK RAINBOWS hail from a country that never had anything to offer to the Stoner scene, Italy! How can someone play such music when he is surrounded by Power Metal or Gothic bands? It is probably the warm environment the Mediterranean people live in.

Twilight In The Desert is the band's first and only release, since it is the only release they mention in their official homepage. The band plays a kind of psychedelic Stoner Rock, that draws influences from acts like NEBULA, the high and mighty BLUE CHEER (hail!) and SLO BURN, as well as the 'must' KYUSS groovy touches. The low tuned guitar/bass are adding quite some heaviness to the sound, while Fiori's vocals travel you somewhere in a desert, where you can see the sun setting as you drink your favorite beer and burn everything that troubles your mind.

Twilight In The Desert is not the best release in the Stoner/Space Rock scene for 2007, but it is an album that follows the necessary rules for groovy and psychedelic moments, in order to offer you approximately 34 minutes of pure and honest Heavy Rock music. Suggested only to those few that can feel the heat of music that is played straight from the heart…

3 Star Rating

Tracklist:
Twilight In The Desert
Shaman Visions
Constellation
Comin' Down The Mountain
Follow Your Pattern
Don't Trust
Mind Revo
This Road
Lineup:
Gabriele Fiori - Vocals, Guitar, Synths
Luca Giancotti - Bass
Tommaso Moretti - Drums
Record Label: Longfellow Deeds
     


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