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Cosmic Fall - In Search Of Outer Space (2018) (New Full Album)

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Published on Mar 30, 2018

In Search Of Outer Space is the new full length album from Cosmic Fall. Cosmic Fall was founded in June 2016 in Berlin by Daniel (Drums) and Klaus (Bass). The sound is assigned to Psychedelic Stoner Rock, but has also lots of classic rock and blues influences. The solo filled jam parts are typical and exciting and may remind you of “Colour Haze” or “The Machine”, but still have their very own charm. Many Guitar soli in the long songs fit in perfectly and are characteristic for the sound. With comparisons having been made to Earthless, Colour Haze & Samsara Blues Experiment, they take the heavy psych sound of the seventies and the freakout jams of modern spacerock and combine them to make something really very special. 'In Search Of Outer Space' is the first album with new guitar player Martin and he certainly seems to have settled in nicely!! The full line is now: Daniel Sax (drums), Klaus Friedrich (bass) and Martin Morawski (guitar) and krautrock legend Eroc on mastering duties.

'Jabberwocky' veritably explodes out of the starting blocks with a barrage of hard-as-nails riffs that show no quarter...a real adrenaline rush! Things settle into a spaced-out jam with heavy, fuzzed-up guitars that punctuate the vocal sections. The vocals themselves are deep and sonorous and so add even more gravitas to proceedings but it is the instrumental passages that really stand out....periods of psychedelically charged heavy rock that give way to more laid back but equally trippy sections in which the guitar is positively mellifluous and oh so lush! This is high class jamming, not just relying on power and histrionics but also craft and subtlety. 'Narcotic Vortex' starts, if possible, in an even more hi-octane manner - bluesy riffs but with the hardness of carborundum and sooo much fuzz! After this exhilarating intro the track falls into a more groove-laden and relaxed affair with some lovely wah-wah and plenty of reverb.

'Purification' is a beautiful track; full of rich, chiming guitar that again takes us back to the golden age of heavy psych but with way more atmosphere. Martin's guitar playing is superb throughout this album and he mixes things up nicely so there is not one distinct 'sound' - he is equally at home with all out shredding as well as the more laid back, vibey approach...indeed, the band as a whole are masters of their art. 'Lumberjam' is a real belter of a song, from the groove laden intro to the freak-out acid jamming. It is a track that really hits the stratosphere, leaving a comet trail of stars behind it...brilliant stuff! 'Spacejam' is exactly that. Opening with some really quite experimental electronica and effects, it builds and builds until it becomes another exemplary jam track...echo is liberally used, resulting in a deeply cosmic sound, the stabs of guitar sounding like intergalactic transmissions from a location a billion light years away.

'Icarus' closes the album in some style...here the band firmly plant their flag into stoner territory. It surges forward like a locomotive with sparks flying from the wheels...the guitar is fuzzy and heavy and the drums and bass combo keep things firmly on track. When the vocals enter it comes as a surprise..a nice one, but a surprise nonetheless but the guitar meltdown that follows the vocals ...wow!....heavy duty stuff indeed. 'In Search Of Outer Space' should firmly cement their place as one of the foremost jam bands around....it is full of superb playing but doesn't tie itself down to one particular style....the band have enough nous and creativity to mix things up, to complement some hi-octane, hi-tempo riff-fests with some sumptuous, laid back moments of luxury. It is a truly great album that fits in well with the band's canon of work thus far but also shows some growth and evolution of their style.

Read full review from Dayz Of Purple and Orange http://dayzofpurpleandorange.blogspot...

1. Jabberwocky - 0:00
2. Narcotic Vortex - 11:36
3. Purification - 19:37
4. Lumberjam - 23:49
5. Spacejam - 30:47
6. Icarus - 38:31

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