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If you see The Myrrors as the dust-caked disciples of a specific strain of desert-drone mysticism, theres little on 'Borderlands,' their fourth full-length Myrrors album released in as many years, to dissuade you from that vision.
There's only confirmation an intoxicating combination of outlook and output that clarifies and crystallizes the bands many sonic strengths throughout the albums fantastically unfolding forty-plus minutes.
From the beginning, with an appropriately Albert Ayler-ish blast of Awakening, to the epic 20-minute B-sidelong excursion, Note From the Underground, the beating heart of The Myrrors current statement.
'Borderlands' will be extremely satisfying to otherworldly music seekers who find aural transcendence through the works of artists such as International Harvester, Taj Mahal Travellers, Trad Gras och Stenar, Kikagaku Moyo, Amon Duul, and Agitation Free, to name a few.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Beyond Beyond Is Beyond|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
- 1. Awakening
- 2. The Blood That Runs the Border
- 3. Formaciones Rojas
- 4. Biznagas
- 5. Call for Unity
- 6. Note From the Underground