Hijo de la Tormenta

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Héctor Hurtado Grooscors
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Héctor Hurtado Grooscors Hijo de la Tormenta delivers some nice soundscapes, that reminds me of Los Natas at times. The play a fuzzy stoner psych with some ethereal elements, at times it can be something close to post-rock but that's fine for me, because it adds originality to their proposal. Favorite track: Viaje de Ida / Viaje de Vuelta.
paul rote
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paul rote .these guys contacted me asking me to check this out.glad they did all the elements of music that I dig are hear.normally I stay away from anything with a post rock tag.there is some excellent guitar on here,and some cool doomy psych.the one negative is the song structure. Various parts of a song struggle to tie together. Is that post rock ? Over all good heavy psych,minus the traditional song structure. Hey it's nyop, support them and write a review. Favorite track: Dilusiva.
S J
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S J A superb fuzzy journey through lengthy beautiful soundscapes. Works equally well in its rock'n'roll approach as it does in its instrumental jammy parts. This album is a grower. Recommended! Favorite track: Alienación.
Idiotiste Records
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Idiotiste Records Absolutely relentless. A brilliant blend of old-school doom/sludge and evocative psychedelic textures, that remains raw and vibrant throughout. Favorite track: Desde la Espesura (Lado B).
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Grabado en el mes de agosto de 2013 en Estudios 440, Córdoba, Argentina.
Técnico de grabación: Marito Carnerero.
Mezclado por Acu Macri en su casa y la nuestra en algún momento de 2014.
Masterizado por Gonzalo Villagra en septiembre de 2014 en estudios El Attic, Buenos Aires.

"Viaje de ida / Viaje de vuelta" parafrasea un poema de Roberto Bolaño.
El discurso en "Alienación" es una recreación de una entrevista a Buenaventura Durruti.
Las voces en "Postales del fin del mundo" son cortesía de Laura Dalmasso.
Todos los temas compuestos y blablabla por Hijo de la Tormenta.

Arte de tapa por Alexander Kopatz (www.go70north.com).

Editado por Venado Records (www.venadorecords.com).

Reviews:

Revista Maple (Spanish): goo.gl/QqnhDd
Stoned Bunker (Spanish): goo.gl/bdsUCt
El humo está en el foco (Spanish): goo.gl/ChWPGX
La Habitación 235 (Spanish): goo.gl/SiekyP
Cabeza de Moog (Spanish): goo.gl/GdXS3Q
Hipersónica (Spanish): goo.gl/ZZ6X2t
Eclipse del Alma (Spanish): goo.gl/Og4EiA
Redacción 351 (Spanish): goo.gl/Vz59nA
The Sludgelord (English): goo.gl/I11Rd1
The Obelisk (English): goo.gl/XEJBf9
Ride With The Devil (English): goo.gl/UjlVnf
More Fuzz (English): goo.gl/7xgGRj
Rock-Station Over-Blog (French): goo.gl/NdnvXK
Recyclable Sounds (Russian): goo.gl/UQnc2L
Doomed Zine (Portuguese): goo.gl/yjg9aj
Sawbiz (Greek): goo.gl/IoQTkv

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released September 22, 2014

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Hijo de la Tormenta Córdoba, Argentina

Juan Cruz Ledesma:

Guitarra y voces

Santiago Ludueña:

Batería

Guido Di Carlo:

Bajo

Fabricio Morás:

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