Friday, May 29, 2015

My Sleeping Karma "Moksha"

Country: Germany
Genre(s)Instrumental Psychedelic, Stoner
LabelNapalm Records
FormatCD, vinyl
Release datesMay 29 (GAS, RoE, AUS), June 1 (UK/NOR/FR/DK/IT), June 6 (SE/ESP), June 9 (US/CAN), 2015
1. Prithvi (6:29)
2. Interlude 1 (2:36)
3. Vayu (5:55)
4. Interlude 2 (1:45)
5. Akasha (6:12)
6. Interlude 3 (1:48)
7. Moksha (9:37)
8. Interlude 4 (2:17)
9. Jalam (8:25)
10. Interlude 5 (2:21)
11. Agni (6:31)

Seppi - guitar
Steffen - drums
Matte - bass
Norman - keyboards

Be it one of their live shows, be it one of their albums: Germans My Sleeping Karma never fail to create an unique and hypnotic score of epic proportions that is bound to send the listener on deep mental journeys. On their fifth album Moksha, the instrumental groove rockers show us their most varied side: blusterous waves of riffs embrace fragile melody lines, Eastern mysticism has its place and ghostly sound shivers lead eternal rhythms to new horizons. Yes, this word is abused way too often these days – but My Sleeping Karma are pure magic. The sound and tone of the album perfectly fits into the Instrumental Progressive – and Ambient Post Rock realms.From the start the listener is kidnapped by the spherical sound, between enormous atmospheric compositions with pure rock riffs and psychedelic melodies perfectly intertwined into this scenery. Immerse yourself, both with the risk of completely losing yourself in this brand new masterpiece, because you might not be able to emerge again. Perhaps you don’t want to…

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