Matters Of Mind, Body And Soul
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on 24 February 2014
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
This album is a very different animal to 'Darkest Hour', from the outset this album appears to be a deeper, less spontaneous but more reflective collection of tracks that have a warmer more crafted and clean feel. Its pretty sparse on guitar (apart from those cheeky little hooks C.O.X. do so well), this is definitely a synthy album but is far from cold sounding as there's plenty of texture with piano embellishments and keyboard sounds that pay tribute subtly to their 80's & 90's albums and glimpses of the 4AD sound that befits clan of Xymox so well (no signs of the industrial feel of 'Farewell' here). The album flows well so is a really nice journey from start to finish. Haunting and powerful yet kind of uplifting, full of dark romance with a sinister edge that's alluring. Clan of Xymox fans new and old should be happy, fans of the 'In Love We Trust' album will love this, perhaps the most similar.
on 3 September 2014
Format: Audio CD
Clan Of Xymox has released an impressive number of albums and countless memorable songs, but this new work definitely belongs to the few best albums they’ve ever made. You don’t really get the impression that this band is already active for 3 decades. This is just the beginning…
on 18 April 2015
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Looks like clan of... are revisiting twist of shadows a little bit and still retaining the modern sound. I liked loves on diet. Xymox do two instrumentals on this album. I remember xymox in the early days where basically they were thrown in with the cocteau twins catagory and not really in the full on goth scene and I think this album reflects this. Most of the 4ad bands were recognised for their unusal tallent and were never massive bands like tears for fears from the same era for example. Lisa Gerrard for example has got recognition from cinema where she is now used for soundtracks.(I'm referring to 4ad musical tallent at the time) Clan of xymox some 30 odd years later are still making music so the creative tallent is still there and is reflected in this new album. It is a calmer album when compared to the likes of there's no tomorrow.Generally a keyboards album with a few chords from the guitar to enrich the sound sort of thing. So don't expect screaming guitars like what you find on A day..just one day.
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