Moon Unit Differences in  Language  and  Lifestyle

Moon Unit objavio debitantski album “Differences in  Language  and  Lifestyle”

Zagrebački bend Moon Unit izdao je svoj prvi album “Differences in  Language  and  Lifestyle”. Album je jako dobro prihvaćen u stranim medijima i portalima.

Šesteročlani prog bend iz Zagreba, posvećen neobaveznom eksperimentiranju   s  glazbom, što    rezultira   raznolikim  ali  zabavnim  i konzistentnim materijalom koji lakoćom kombinira prog metal, old school hip hop,  nu  metal, 8bit glazbu i mnoge druge utjecaje.

Od početka djelovanja izdali su  dva EP-a (“…Of Cardboard Towns And  Tiny Screams…”  (2015)  te “Shrimp Cocktails” (2017)), a ovo  ljeto  izdali su  prvi album  “Differences in  Language  and  Lifestyle” koji   je  popraćen  dobrim recenzijama u stranom glazbenom tisku.

Veliki  gušteri, reggae teroristi, neočekivani i nepotrebni zapleti i nefokusirani glazbeni entuzijazam!

DIFFERENCES IN LANGUAGE AND LIFESTYLE

Debitantski album kroz 11 pjesama putuje kroz bezbroj glazbenih utjecaja koji  su obilježili članove benda. Žestoki riffovi i  solaže prog metala, raznolike synth teksture svih boja i oblika, fascinacija brojnim oblicima hip hopa, te  sjajni vokali slažu  se u  zabavnu i  originalnu cjelinu.

Opisan kao  kombinacija Real  Thing ere Faith No More-a kombiniran sa Devinom Townsendom, Dream Theaterom, sa prilogom  nu metala, hip hopa i  8bitne  glazbe, “Differences in Language and  Lifestyle” je  pun zabavnih glazbenih iznenađenja.

“Drawing on both the sublime lyrical idiocies and impressive technical abilities of artists like  Devin Townsend, Faith No More and Arcturus, these Croatians cut a devastating figure of prog rock to come.” Prog Magazine

“Now  for some very  different  prog. This quintet  of  Croatians  sounds like   a mixture of Haken’s love  of the 80’s, Devin Townsend’s theatrical  styling, and Faith No More’s genre bending. This is a fun, upbeat romp of an album.” Metal Injection

The band brings a rush of adrenaline with precise, technical abilities that show they are surely a force to reckon with.” New Noise Magazine

“Mixing influences that range from the familiar to the unfamiliar, the tongue-in- cheekiness pokes through as they promise the chaos and confusion of prog rock and metal with an assortment  of  mammals, delivery vans and odd   shaped vegetables.” Powerplay Rock & Metal Magazine

“Blending the  best  of  Faith  No  More,  Devin  Townsend,  Rage  Against  the Machine, A Tribe Called Quest, SNES soundtracks, imaginary cartoon intros and endless reruns of Star Trek: Voyager, Croatian prog rockers Moon Unit‘s debut album Differences in language and Lifestyle is one of the wildest albums you’ll hear all year.” Heavy Blog is Heavy

“Moon Unit definitely keeps you  on your toes and has the chops to show they’re the real deal.” Metal Epidemic

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