Luna llena y radiación ( 2013 )

by Conjuro Nuclear

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Vetrarnótt Putting my "máscara de gas" on, and hitting play, I can just be totally enthralled in this post-punkish riff mixed with synth darkness. And then "Luna llena y radiación" starts. If you're lucky enough to understand Spanish there you go with total post-apocalyptic devastation. This is a sonic Chernobyl of sorts. Layers of sound beginning to penetrate your skin. No compromises with what's accepted or not in this genre. Favorite track: Máscaras de gas.
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>> "It brings together riffs with the feel of driven snow (or perhaps more appropriately nuclear ash) with simplistic, crisp drumming and scathing, frigid vocals. The record as a whole is deeply steeped in ambient sound, at times subtly, and at others utterly, both sides of that particular coin being effectively deployed. The coming together of sawtooth, fluid guitar tone, with single notes driving the music forward, and deep, rich synth work with a primitive but effective feel creates an album which is extremely atmospheric - a property which defines it above all others. [...] For it's simplicity, the atmosphere which is conjured is very engrossing and captivating - a whispering, cold feeling blankets the whole album with a mixture of sorrow and wonder, evoked beautifully by the subtle synth which is seldom truly silent, but avoids being clumsy and invasive. The sound of the record as a whole is surprisingly difficult to attach a date to - and it feels as easily part of 1993 than the truth, twenty years on, in it's identity as a 2013 album. [...] This debut is, easily, one of the better albums of its sort that I've heard in a while." << Heavy Metal Spotlight

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released January 3, 2013

Emesis: Music & Lyrics. Guitars, Vocals, Synth.
Ghamil: Bass guitars. "Reactor de Abaddon" songwriting.
Jared Moran: Drums on tracks 4, 6, 7. Artwork by Ghamil.

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