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Hypertonus - Tidal Wave download free

Performer:
Hypertonus
Album:
Tidal Wave
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Experimental, Art Rock, Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock
MP3 archive size:
1810 mb
FLAC archive size:
1639 mb
WMA archive size:
1448 mb
Other formats:
AHX MMF DTS XM AUD ASF VOC
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
216
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Tracklist

1 Intro 2:21
2 Eghost 6:30
3 Fake Tale Of Modern Hysteria 4:08
4 Technequal Waltz 6:03
5 Breaking Kadabra 5:17
6 H.E.D.E.R.A. 5:30
7 Aeropause 2:20
8 Expect The Sky Below 4:51
9 Phantasmagoria (Improvisation Jam) 8:03

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Arne Staats
  • Drums – Hannes Christen
  • Electric Guitar, Pedalboard – Patrick Büch
  • Mastered By – Alexander Lausch
  • Mixed By – John Simm

Notes

Founded in 2011, this album marks our debut.
The louder you play this record, the better it will sound. Trust us.

This album was recorded live on the 27th & 28th of February 2016.
All songs written and performed by HYPERTONUS.

Arne Burhop - Record Engineer & Best Man Alive
Toni Prommnitz – Photography - www.pho-to-ni.de
Felix Pfahlert - Cover Design

https://hypertonus.bandcamp.com
  • "The roughly forty two minutes, nine track, album is replete with lengthy compositions, yet none outstay their welcome as Hypertonus fill every nook and cranny with intriguing ideas that carry along the listener in their wake with no extended solo sections, giving the complete release a complexity that the listener can happily go over and re-explore. There is a maths-rock feel to much of the output which is soothed by a counter-balancing organic flow to the tracks and an LP well worth taking time to discover." - www.emergingindiebands.com