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Unspoken - Kylesa - Ultraviolet

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  1. Ultraviolet by Kylesa, released 12 February 1. Exhale 2. Unspoken 3. Grounded 4. We're Taking This 5. Long Gone 6. What Does it Take 7. Steady Breakdown 8. Low Tide 9. Vulture's Landing Quicksand Drifting.
  2. Kylesa is an American heavy metal band that was formed in Savannah, Georgia. Their music incorporates experimentalism with heavy riffs, drop-tuned guitars and elements of psychedelic rock. [6] The group was established in [6] by the former members of Damad, with the addition of guitar player Laura Pleasants who is from North Carolina. [7]Genres: Sludge metal, heavy metal, stoner rock, biker metal.
  3. Released as 2xLP on 45rpm in: Purple (lim. ) Green/Purple Haze (lim. ) with silk screen poster + CD Digipack Released as LP in Gatefold in varios versions.
  4. The second song, "Unspoken", begins to mix in a bit of the softer/trippy side of the band, which is more heavily showcased on the back half of the album. This is one of the catchier songs on Ultraviolet and showcases Laura Pleasants vocals in a great way/5(12).
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Ultraviolet by Kylesa Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Sep 14,  · While I have enjoyed every other Kylesa release, this one immediately stood out to me for being the most experimental by far. So many great guitar and bass tones all over this thing and the range of voices utilized serve their riffs so well it should be illegal/5(10).
  7. May 30,  · Time and again, from start to finish, Ultraviolet pauses to concede to such extraneous effects and rockpiled elements, as if Kylesa have finally made the mistake of 7/
  8. Jun 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Solid Green Within Purple Vinyl release of Ultraviolet on Discogs/5(9).
  9. Ultraviolet is an important album for Kylesa. Well, it was supposed to be anyway. Everything about the trajectory of their career seemed to suggest that their magnum opus was well on its way: ’s Static Tensions found Kylesa going toe to toe with the giants of the sludge/stoner metal scene in terms of pounding riffs; ’s Spiral Shadow had the band blazing a trail with their own sound /5.

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