I would like to thank John And Vinyl because I didn't know Looming and this album is really beautiful. 1. 1y. JohnLouisHoward. 96. Jessica Knight is a force of nature and her powerful vocals here really carry the record to a place beyond that occupied by the standard post-punk sound. Somewhere between Meg Roussel and Marissa Paternoster, Knight has both vulnerability and growl.
Label: No Sleep Records – NSR174. Fluorescent orange run of 500 Looming is: Cassie Staub - Guitar/Synth Mitch Baker - Guitar Brandon Carnes - Drums/Vocals Jessica Knight - Bass/Vocals Nick DeMarco - Guitar. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
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The band was started as a result of collaboration between Harris, and Obituary members Donald Tardy and Trevor Peres, who handled the drums and vocals respectively.
Looming - Tried & True 03:30. Looming - Seed 04:28. Looming - Smoke 03:40. Looming - Input 03:31. Looming - Majesty 03:38. Looming - Leaves 03:41. Looming - Waves 03:53. Looming - Lace 03:57. Looming - Queen 03:49.
Musically, Looming seems a bit more contemplative on their new album. It’s all driving indie rock with emo touches and a dark, ominous vibe. Which should hardly come as a surprise seeing as the band is called Looming. Fact is, I’m not head over heels with Seed. But I can’t quite let go of the album either. So here’s to hoping it will all come together perfectly on their next album? Track listing: Intro.
The album is somber, finding her in a dark place she frequents. Lyrics like, I’ve gone through worse before, bring me back down, on the first proper song and, What’s it like to feel good again? on the title track paint the album with a blue hue. Because of her distinctive vocal abilities, Knight is often balanced with backup vocalist/drummer Brandon Carnes. While Nailbiter had some stronger songs, they stood out from the pack. With Seed, Looming has consciously made a record that develops over 11 tracks. Even the instrumental Intro proves a unified audible experience. The midsection takes some comfort in repetitious fodder, but that most definitely breaks up near the end.
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