"Halucinda" is the promising second album by Swedish heavy progressive rock quintet POSTURES. The young band and their distinctive singer Paulina Nyström delivers a sophisticated and rousing gem. The diversity of their usually longer songs ranges from gloomy and hypnotic elements to heavy riffs with complex rhythms to deepest melancholy. Conceptually "Halucinda" is a journey to the 1970s, in the spheres of Pink Floyd or Yes, but with more modern influences like Mars Volta or The Gathering. The album provides a cross-genre timelessness. With the necessary sonority, Nyström´s crystal clear voice forms a dominant thread... [more]

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Imaad Wasif´s second studioalbum "Strange Hexes", which came out as a self-release in 2008, belongs to the lost gems of contemporary Rock music. The fragile shamanic poet immediately captures the listener in an overwhelming atmosphear between sonic bliss and bone-breaking intensity. His guitar licks howl like Wolfs in the night, while his voice seems to cut through the air. This is true musician-mastership and yet a mystery why only so few initiates have heard of this great album. One thing World In Sound is clearly set to change with the final vinyl release and a new official CD-release, both including linernotes and rare photos. [more]

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"Shadow Of The Machine" is the self-realized debutalbum of dutch stonerrock trio THE MACHINE. When these three schoolboys recorded their album in 2007 one could only guess that a few years later they´d belong among the spearheads of the European Heavy Psych-scene. Their debut finds comparisons in the sound of COLOUR HAZE, KYUSS, SLO BURN and their heavy desert rock-relatives, but with a much rougher edge. This is in your face Heavy Psychedelia, with a pinch of "Fresh Cream". Released for the first time on double vinyl and thanks to an updated remastering, sounding better than ever before! [more]

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Blind Illusion is one of the most extravagant US-Metal Bands from the 1980s."The Sane Asylum" is their only release and also the albumdebut of Les Claypool (Primus). The guitarists Larry Lalonde (Possessed, Primus) and bandleader Mark Biedermann (Blue Oyster Cult "Imaginos") wrote sensational arrangements and created a many faceted style of thrash metal with zappaesque 70s hardrock elements. The remastered World In Sound version comes with linernotes by M. Biederman, unseen photos plus previoulsy unreleased bonustracks taken from the 1985 "Trilogy of Terror" demo, which was produced by Kirk Hammett. [more]

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World In Sound´s first release from Turkey delivers pure and timeless oriental heavy psychedelic Prog Rock from Istanbul. Besides the usual instruments, they also use a Cello to create a truly unique and deep atmosphere, where the mystical vibe of "One Thousand and One Nights" meets Pink Floyd and King Crimson. Nine long epics reflect a wide and unpredictable, well-balanced spectrum of arrangements, rhythms, melodies, and climax. With no doubt these lads continue the great 1970s Turkish psychedelic rock tradition of Erkin Koray, Mogollar or Baris Manco. [more]

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Originally recorded in 2011 and digitally released in 2013, the second and final full-length "Archimedes Waffen" from German progressive heavy psych instrumentalists Dunst sees a revived presence in the physical realm thanks to a vinyl issue on Electric Magic Records and this CD-release by World In Sound. Dunst released their self-titled debut in 2011, and here on the follow-up, they come across well established within a heavy psychedelic approach to jamming. Over the course of six extended tracks, they explore the spaces between such heavyweights as Colour Haze, My Sleeping Karma, Causa Sui... [more]

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