Additional Credits: John Dwyer- Wurlitzer Electric Piano, Golden Throat, Hand Percussion, Marching Boots Tomas Dolas- B3 Organ, Wurlitzer Electric Piano Mario Ramirez & Enrique Tena Padilla- Marching Boots Heather Locke's Viola Was Sampled for "Last Peace"
Oh Sees. Smote Reverser. The Orchard Music от лица компании Castle Face LatinAutor - UMPG, ASCAP, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital и другие авторские общества 3. Smote Reverser by Oh Sees, released 17 August 2018 1. Sentient Oona 2. Enrique El Cobrador 3. Overthrown 5. Last Peace 6. Moon Bog 7. Anthemic Aggressor 8. Abysmal Urn 9. Nail House Needle Boys 10. Flies Bump Against The Glass 11. Beat Quest 12. Overthrown 13. C Crack the coffers, Oh Sees have spawned another frothy LP of head-destroying psych epics to grok and rock out to. Sean O'donnell Best album so far by miles Favorite track: Flies Bump Against The Glass. Aaron Cyr. Aaron Cyr Blah blah. Smote Reverser is the twenty-first studio album by American garage rock band Oh Sees, released on August 17, 2018, on Castle Face Records. The album features keyboardist Tomas Dolas, who contributed to 2017's Memory of a Cut Off Head, and subsequently joined the band as a full time touring member. John Dwyer effects, guitar, hand percussion, Mellotron, synthesizer, vocals, Wurlitzer electric piano. Tim Hellman bass. Dan Rincon drums. Album 2018 11 Songs. Smote Reverser Oh Sees. When John Dwyer launched a revamped version of Thee Oh Sees in 2015, he tapped into something wild and weird and powerful. 2015's Mutilator Defeated at Last was an expansion of the band's psychgarage sound that beefed up the rhythm section and allowed Dwyer to unlock new levels of fierce guitar work. When the band switched to a dual-drummer lineup, it started a string of records that got more ferocious and unhinged while never straying too far from the gut punch their best songs deliver. Listen free to Thee Oh Sees Smote Reverser Sentient Oona, Enrique El Cobrador and more. 11 tracks 59:53. Released August 17, 2018. Smote Reverser Tracklist. Smote Reverser, the groups 21st album, picks up the proggy, kraut-flavored vibes of 2017s Orc and pushes even further into the cosmos. The longer Oh Sees go, the more wicked they get. Read full review. Thee Oh Sees perform on the Far Out stage during day 3 at Green Man Festival at Brecon Beacons on Aug. 19, 2017 in Brecon, Wales. However, the amicable yet blunt Dwyer chatted with Billboard in honor of the latest Oh Sees record Smote Reverser, one of the most eclectic albums of their entire catalog. He touched on what makes writing new music exciting 21 records deep, Smote Reversers deceivingly metal cover art, and the bands ethos that, to him, seems incredibly ordinary. So Memory of a Cut Off Head 2017 was sort of a commemorative album for your band, since it was your 20th record in 20 years. Genre: Psychedelic Rock. New album Smote Reverser stretches all these sounds to Dwyers furthest explorations yet, tying in elements of jazz, metal and prog for an ambitious, if occasionally overwrought epic note: album cover is accurate. Full Review