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All shall be well (and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well) - ROODBLAUW
Posted in Album @ 10-02-2012


Second Dutch band in a short period of time that I am truly enjoying (and there's at least one more Dutch item coming later this month) is from this Haarlem-based band with the incredible name All shall be well (and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well). They play instrumental songs that easily last up to 7 minutes, and this 5-track album clocks a total of 40 minutes. With nothing less than an epic 12-minute closing track, which is good as it is long as you can hear for yourself by clicking the track above. I never really enjoy writing down things about the style of a band, but I guess this April 2011-release is best described as trippy, ambient progrock.


My favourite track is right in the middle and has the fine title "History Is Ever Ours For The Reliving", it is mesmerizing from the start and builts up to a Grande Finale lasting well over 2 minutes. I find myself playing air guitar and air drums to those minutes everytime. As well as I keep trying to turn up the stereo, which is impossible, as it's already set to maximum (my poor neighbours).

You can download their debut album ROODBLAUW for free via their bandcamp-page. Or if you are really loving the shit out of this great album (like I do), go support them by getting the limited edition booklet & cd-version (like I just did). Great! Fucking! Record!


 
 




 
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