Posted on Friday, October 05, 2012 9:56 AM
photo: Sebastian Andreasson
Norwegian progressive pop trio UngdomSkulen live up to the expectations. After releasing to singles Askefast and Facemask, their full-length Secrecy is bursting a the seams with ideas. Thinks early King Crimson and Genesis clashing with At The Drive In. Distortion and feedback in one track (Kafka On Ice) and a plenty of echo on the keyboards and hard rock guitar in another (Marilyn).
Kristian Stockhaus, Øyvind Solheim and Frode Kvinge Flatland have created a Rubik's cube that will please and frustrate the listener. You will to go back again and again to figure out what the Hell is going on. Headphones and a notepad recommended.
Secrecy is released on Young Aspiring Professionals
- Young Hearts
- Kafka On Ice
- Austin Love
- Can't Reform Me
- Justify My Grudge
Video: UngdomSkulen - Askefast