Archivo para Hard Rock

Los Antiguos – Madera prohibida (2015)

Posted in 2015, Argentina, Heavy Metal, Los Antiguos, Stoner with tags , , , , , , on 10 julio 2015 by wirtis

Hello my brother, i just stop by for let you this beautiful gem of rock and roll but, this time and for very first time in this blog, with one colaboration of a friend of mine: Iván Próspero. So, here you have the man:
CoverLos Antiguos – Madera prohibida (2015)

Hoy tengo el gusto de poder hablar de esta reciente banda oriunda de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Una de las primeras cosas que me parece importante mencionar es que se trata de un grupo formado por otros músicos de la escena del metal subterráneo argentino. Vocales: Pato Larralde (Sauron), Guitarra: Sergio Conforti (ex-Avernal), Guitarra rítmica: David Iapalucci (Anomalia), Bajo: “Mow” (Cruzdiablo), Batería: Pablo “Huija” Andrés (Cruzdiablo). Esta premisa es un factor que motivó a varios oyentes que conocen el “underground” a escuchar este proyecto, y es algo perfectamente entendible, debido al nivel de músicos que lo conforman.
“Los Antiguos” es una banda que practica un Stoner metal muy contundente y bien ejecutado, y puede apreciarse escuchando su primer EP titulado “Simple” (2013), un trabajo breve que dura unos 20 minutos. Bueno, ahora quiero centrarme en su primer disco de larga duración, titulado “Madera Prohibida”. No es un disco muy largo, son 8 canciones y dura en total unos 30 minutos. El trabajo nos ofrece un sonido pesado y rápido, comenzando con el instrumental “C.O.C”. El segundo tema,”Te lo vengo diciendo”, sin dudas es uno de mis favoritos de este disco, se trata de una pieza de un poco más de 2 minutos bien pesada. A continuación, viene “La gran campana”; y le sigue a ésta “La culpa al viento”, dos temas que hicieron poner mi cabeza a sacudirse, ya que dichos temas presentan un gran despliegue técnico y mayor duración que los anteriores. Luego, viene “H.P.V.”, un tema de unos 2 minutos, que me resultó pegajoso, y considero que ésta canción tiene la mejor letra del disco. Las canciones siguientes, “Eslayer te va a matar” y “El hombre que no se puede ir” son los más elaborados y constituyen el plato fuerte de este material. Por último, tenemos “El inventor del mal”, un tema con un ritmo un poco más lento que los anteriores, pero que conserva la tónica de disco.

Bien, en planos generales, puedo decir que disfruté mucho este disco, sus 8 piezas me parecieron muy buenas. “Los Antiguos” no presentan un disco con una música super-técnica ni tampoco pretenden vender a “Madera Prohibida” como una propuesta innovadora, pero hay que destacar que su música es de una muy buena calidad y que cada uno de sus integrantes son competentes en sus roles. Su ritmo, melodía, riffs y la lírica hacen que me guste y recomiende este disco. “Madera Prohibida” es un disco que realmente vale la pena incorporar en la colección.

Bueno, sin más que agregar, me despido. Hasta la próxima.

Por Próspero, Iván. 02/07/2015

Javier Soriano – 10 Manos (2014)

Posted in España, Hard Rock, Javier Soriano, Mendoza, Rock with tags , , , , , on 6 octubre 2014 by wirtis

10 manos (1)

Hoy les traigo un disco de hard rock, por llamarlo de algún modo porque los músicos – y los artistas en general – se niegan a etiquetar su arte. Excepto, claro, que tengan un referente obvio. Y el disco que les traigo lo tiene, es el rock and roll. En su vertiente más moderna, de guitarras constantes y presentes. Dueñas del escenario. Y es que Javier Soriano es un guitarrista.

Pero, como sucede con todo artista, el producto es personal. Más allá del género o influencia que tenga. 10 manos, se desenvuelve en los modos del hard rock pero con características propias.

Aclarado eso, les cuento que Javier Soriano es un chabón de acá muy cerca de mi casa, con el que cursé la primaria y compartí muchas meriendas. De más adolescentes nos emborrachamos varias veces y compartimos asados. Hace diez años, más o menos, que no lo veo. Se fue a vivir a España. Con todo, sigue siendo un amigo presente para los vagos acá en Mendoza.

Entiendo que se haya quedado allá porque vive de la música. Lo felicito por eso y lo festejo. Es lo más justo porque es un excelente guitarrista.

10 Manos es su primer disco solista – creo yo – y es un artefacto de rock and roll con guiños funks, souls y bluseros. Como emblema patrio Soriano versiona “Seguir viviendo sin tu amor” de Spinetta. Personalmente recomiendo los temas propios de este trovador de guitarra eléctrica y corazón gitano. Acá se los dejo, bájenlo, disfrútenlo y claro, difúndanlo.

Javier Soriano – 10 Manos.

Hablan por la Espalda – Macumba (2009)

Posted in 2009, Candombe, Garage, Hablan por la Espalda, Hard Rock, R&B, Rioplatenses, Rock, Uruguay with tags , , , , , on 27 marzo 2014 by wirtis

Hablan por la espaldaHello my brothers, here I’m again with more music, with more words and more pain. Yes because today I bring you one of this latin band that used to cry smiling. Have you hear someone of these groups, brother?? Maybe you do, if you like to looking in American continent, in south and middle part, far away from north American peace, far away from that shit. Ands close of this land where we learn to cry moving our bodies, smiling our pain.

It`s a fact that we people have to learn to crypt pain behind mask of smiling because we always have been submitted. Also quick rhythm configured genres like cumbia, guaracha y camdombe.  After came rock and roll and youngness rich music and everything began to be more crazy – I mind popularly way because art always have been crazy and tell you more, artist must be “crazy” people – and began to mix everything. Like youngness always does.

Well Hablan por la Espalda (Spoke from behind) is a perfect example of that mix: a punch of young kids rocking all over the place but playing their typical genre: camdombe. Yes sucker. Hablan por la Espalda plays camdombe but, in the same way of Chicha peruana; does with rock and roll instrumentation.

Good, a real good band is this. Have pass a long time since a brother from the web – like you or you – stop by and told me: Hey Wirtis, Bufón was a real good band but much better is this one! And send me this record.

I let the time goes, I spend a few years earing another stuff. Because i`m a human been, because was in other fly. But one day, one good day y remember this band and I was looking something powerful, so thought: maybe Miguel, give Hablan por la Espalda a chance and made it. Thanks god made it because is a great band with personality. They sound raw, they sound honestly and they sound latinos. So here I let you this beautifull disc for you: Hablan por la Espalda – Macumba.

L.A. Guns – Cuts (1992)

Posted in 1992, EEUU, Glam, Hard Rock, L.A. Guns, Rock with tags , , , , , on 9 marzo 2014 by wirtis

Hello you fucking looser, today i bring you a Little bit of glam rock. Do you know about this esthetic movement, man? No? I supposed that, so I’m going  to explain.

L.A. guns - 1992 - Cuts

Glam rock is a rock and roll movement born it in lately seventies, with groups like Hanoi Rocks, The Dictators, The New Yoks Dolls and the fucking and ugly pioneers of all this movement, at list, in the very beginning: Kiss (excuse me boy but I real don´t like this group). From this band – except from Hanoi Rocks; the glam movement took the way of dress. I mean very colorful clothes, a lot of makeup and a machismo. So, as you can see, glam rock is a strange mix.

At beginning glam music was softer than pioneers groups. But, in nineties, when grunge arrive and produced a change of paradigms groups had to invent their self or die. A lot of group dies. I raise my glass and drink to that.

But others, like this band to day I offer you, could survive in musical business. Some of them, with honestly and work, others selling their ass.  The L.A. Guns are in first one, of course. And, now, I’m going to tell you why I think that way: Because,   L.A. Guns have played a real hard rock, with heavy attitude and raw feeling. Because L.A. Guns have evolved, over the years, their sound. If you listen last stage (without Tracii Guns), you`ll find a very good band, with their own sound beyond musicians. And, in last step, I want to say that L.A. Guns have maintain is personality beyond Guns and Roses – of course that, their parental with famous band have give them access  to bussnies but, like I said, they have earned with work and heavy hard rock. Ah, another thing I love from this boys is that their music is very street.

So, until now, you should have learned that glam rock is a rock and roll movement that`s characterize for ridiculous clothes and heavy guitars. You should have to know, too, that L.A. Guns are one of the best and genuine band in this movement, a band that have recorded a real, real good disc that you have to listen, at list, once.

Here I let you the last from their golden age, with their classical formation. For me is great, not for all the bullshit I just told you, no brother. Is great for me because makes me remember when I meet her, the first time a saw her blue eyes.

So, here I let you this gem of rock and roll, a great and very short Ep with two cover and two original songs. Enjoy and get it: L.A. Guns – Cuts.

L.A. Guns – Collector`s Edition (2002)

Posted in Rock with tags , , , , , , on 29 octubre 2012 by wirtis

Hello my brothers today i bring you the very first recording of L.A. Guns. I don`t know if you like hard rock. I like it. More when I find stuff like this record. Let me tell you the history behind thois record and this band. This is the primitive formation of L.A Guns, completely different of today, of both band (because are two band, in L.A`s scene called L.A. Guns). This is the very first formation, the primitive one. With Tracii Guns in guitar, Rob Gardner in drums,  Michael Jagosz in voice and Ole Beich in bass. This happens about 1984. In 1985 the band access record. They did this Ep that I share with you today. The record never was publish until 2002, but in a few copies and without many publish. Because let`s say it: L.A. Guns is a punch  of losers from L.A. If you think that be a looser is to have the possibility to play around the world and sell a few disc over the earth. Because be a minor band in EEUU is live very well, I think. However not everyone lives happy and playing rock and roll this days. The original bass player, Ole Beich died long time ago, in 1991. He was born in Denmark, in 1955. He traveled to L.A with a main objective: be a rock and roll star. So he went out, in the street – in Sunset Street, principally – and look it bands to play. He meets Tracci Guns and began to play in L.A Guns. So they record this Ep, with four excellent tracks of power full hard rock . After this, they meet Axel Rose and Izzy Stradling. They form Gun`s and Roses. Played for a while but Ole Beich, disgusted with Axel`s ego left the band. After that Tracii  and Rob Gardner left the band too. Axel and  Izzy recruited Slash, Steven and

Michael, Ole, Rob and Tracii: primitive L.A. Guns

Duff. They became famous and where real rock and roll stars. Ole Beich couldn`t support that. Because he feels that he deserves the success too. Quickly he began to hide his pain in drugs and stopped playing bass. Ole Fallen down in rage, envy and hate. He died drowned, feeling that his life was a failed. A real pity, because he was a real good musician. And, maybe, if he was live enough and have see what a sad thing are today Gun`s and Roses and, more important, where watched how his place is appreciated by fans he where a happy guy. And meaybe he could record good rock and roll. But no, brothers, he left this life sad and lost. Fortunately this record stay with us for show us how primitive L.A Guns sound. So listen it, with your head open and at high volume:  L.A. Guns – Collector`s Edition.

 

 

 

 

 

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