released September 5, 2014
"The Body Limits" continues on the way of previous The Grand Astoria split "To Whom It May Concern" (split with U.S. Christmas, 2012: goo.gl/b8uIQP
). This time we have more music and two vocalists, prog vocals by Daniel Danilov, who is solid part of the band playing keyboards and percussion.
MONTENEGRO ROCK, as on their debut album ( goo.gl/DLJfQv
), mixes psycehdelic stoner rock with Argentinian attitude. This track is showing cool argentinian stoner epic. El Matadero (The Slaughterhouse) is an interpretation of the story written by Esteban Echeverría. Guys growing as musicians and songwriters, this song is the proof of a promising debut work. The song continues to bring you on waves from "The Body Limits", in the second half of it we came to Kyuss-riffs with conquerors fighting their fight.
After this track I tried their debut album again and it showed me new colours of this solid work. I really love the band and records, and of course I'm waiting for new ones.
This is the second The Grand Astoria split and the third for (No Name) label. We are not fans of splits as listeners. But this one worth to check it, because there is no such a normal problem of splits where two bands prove their frendship. One track good/OK and one track is OK/"y not?"/"don't mind, it's our mates, we drunk a lots of biers together". This is not the kind of split that works on that way. This is pure epic record with two great songs, each one is beautiful and both sounds great on one release. We are really proud to release this record together with Sickodelic Records.
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