Implodes: Black Earth

Implodes SKU: 15478665
Implodes: Black Earth

Implodes: Black Earth

Implodes SKU: 15478665

Format: CD

Regular price $17.98

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Title: Black Earth
Artist: Implodes
Label: Kranky
UPC: 796441815623
Genre: Alternative Rock

Black Earth is a haunted and magical place. At night, when the air is crisp & clean, you can lie on your back by the fire & look up at the stars & listen to the animals & insects making their music. Implodes has been to Black Earth and they made dark & murky music for that dark & murky place. Cavernous guitar tones & dense melodies are present everywhere. Hidden beneath the layers of reverb, delay & distortion are deceptively simple & beautiful songs about experiences that have been obscured for many years that suddenly become profoundly important. The cobwebs just needed to be pushed aside a bit. Implodes is a Chicago quartet that has coalesced around guitarists Matt Jencik (HURL, DON CABALLERO) & Ken Camden in the last few years, with the group settling on their current lineup in 2009.

1.1 Open the Door
1.2 Marker
1.3 White Window
1.4 Screech Owl
1.5 Oxblood
1.6 Meadowlands
1.7 Wendy
1.8 Experiential Report
1.9 Song for Fucking Damon II (Trap Door)
1.10 Down Time
1.11 Hands on the Rail
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