Thursday, 25 June 2009

Review - Tryangle - Tryangle

Tryangle - Tryangle

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8 out of 10

Portuguese trio Tryangle rock their way into your lugholes straight from the outset, like an uber rocked up Queens of the Stone Age with Layne Staley on vocals. You can also hear the influences of Led Zeppelin and Soundgarden as the ethereal guitar sounds are weaved into the songs with great effect.

The only complaint I have, and it's a minor one, is that the vocals could have been slightly higher in the mix so that I could make out the lyrics a bit more. But other than that this is a very impressive debut and I imagine they are awesome to behold live. And not much is more awesome than the crescendo like end to the album with final track The Universe which is simply put - immense and is reminiscent of original stoner rock gods Kyuss.


1. Digital Bee
2. My Way
3. A Burn Carol
4. White Dress
5. Sound Of Freedom
6. The Neverending Lecture On Breathing
7. Blind Hate
8. All That Was Left To Take Was This
9. Dear Poem Of Mine
10. U
11. The Universe

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