Double vinyl LP pressing housed in a gatefold sleeve, includes digital download. There's so much that went into French psychedelic trio Wall of Death's new album Loveland. There's the band itself: Gabriel Matringe, the guitarist and ex-cello player, and Brice Borredon, who grew up in the country in the south of France and who dedicated himself completely to the piano at age 6, and Adam Ghoubali, who taught himself drums after hearing the Doors. Then there's Innovative Leisure's Hanni El Khatib, the genre-smashing guitarist who shares songs with GZA and who'd devote his most ambitious production work yet to Wall of Death. There's the giant stack of vintage equipment-organ, synthesizer, electric piano and a positively luscious Mellotron. Produced by Black Angels compatriot (and BBQ expert) Texan Brett Orrison, their 2012 debut Main Obsessions on France's Born Bad label was like if Ennio Morricone had taken over for John Cale on that first Stooges LP-an album as desolate as it was heavy. But for their new album, Wall of Death wanted something... well, new, in every way. They wanted to take that extra step-to make modern music with the most exquisitely vintage equipment possible, explains Ghoubali, and to seek out a new producer with unfamiliar ideas to make it happen.
For a Lover
How Many Kinds
Blow the Cloud
Memory Pt. 1 & Pt. 2
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