THE GHOST OF NOTHING!
It’s time for revolution, sings Motorspandex. With that in mind, the other night, I asked myself a question which will never leave me sane again. Phew! Damn! I suddenly wondered what would happen, if unprofessionally executed Black metal met with ass-on-fire New Age Punk, I mean would they both mentally follow the blurry traces of Old-School Hard Rock and leave their bodies at some Third-World Club’s Moshpit, or would they instead go for strangely appealing Multi-Layered Vocalizations as if it was 1966 again, only to add some low-fi Detonational Metal riffing underneath it all? Unable to interrupt the flow of my curiosity, my question expanded way too much to as many possibilities as there are brain cells left in my mind, at least until I could find out that the only possible answer would be, after all, Torment Star itself. When an album asks more questions than it gives answers, what you get resembles some sort of philosophical art.
THE NIGHT OF EVERYTHING!
Label: Ektro’s Full Contact Records
Avantgenre: Retro AGMetallish Black Punk
Official site: http://www.myspace.com/motorspandex
Review online since: 26.10.2010 / 23:52:24
1. Black Hole
2. Frantic Slave
3. Torment Star
5. Tutankhamon Uranus
6. Creepy Rabbit