Friday, February 24, 2012

The Expiration Of Drowsiness


Thanks again to Andrés F for sharing another great piece of music!
Andrés F is the guy behind the one-man band Culumus Nimbus with the fantastic album Montaña Oscura. Now he has started together with two others with a new project called Agade.
Agade just has finished their Soundproof Demo and it is an awesome piece of work for a beginning band.
These guys play almost Instrumental Heavy Rock with Space and Psychedelic influences and they have a big love for extended songs.
Their sound reminds me a bit of Color Haze and Sons Of Otis. But overall they sound pretty authentic.
This demo is so good produced, i can't hardly call it a demo. These five songs are a proof of what Agade is capable of.
This demo is really impressive and highly recommended! Andrés F is like King Midas, everything he's involved in, turns into gold! This demo proofs that! I really look forward to Agade's "real" album!

We are from Cordoba, Argentina, and began playing on July 2011. At the beginning we had a 4th member (another guitar player), but he left the band, so now we are just a trio.
The line-up is: myself on guitar & vocals, Horacio on bass & vocals and Marky on drums, percussion & vocals. Though this first demo only includes instrumental stuff, we have a couple of songs that are more vocal-driven.
Currently we are working on several songs and on a extended version of the song "Wurdulak" (about 40 - 50 minutes) which probably will became our first work to be recorded.
Our biggest influences are Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, Jimi Hendrix, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, King Crimson, Los Natas, Kyuss, and other stuff like that.
(Their bio)

Agade - Soundproof Demo (2012)








8 comments:

dan said...

Just yes really. This is great, nice and trippy, dirty and rocking. Many thanks.
They should definitely stay instrumental :)

Anonymous said...

Man, this is like Ash Ra Tempel going a bit more stoner!

I disaagree. I think if they tighten the sound a bit more, they will be better than Colour Haze.

Thanks!

ylig.

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