After an explosion of attention surrounding their quickly sold out first album (also on S-S) the band returns with a reissue of said album and a brand new slice of Monterrey's finest noise dipped psych-punk. Just as unhinged as their first explosion, Take The Sky is rooted in chunks of spastic rhythm with the burnt tatters of tormented guitar grinding its way in amongst the heavy walls of static and clatter. The band has upped their fidelity from boombox to four track and the last three tracks were even recorded at KDVS' studio, but don't let your lo-fi heart sink just yet as the band seem to see more tracks as just another layer in the violent cloud of twisted noise that hangs permanently over their heads. The B-side (with the aforementioned studio tracks) does seem to end up as the more coherent half of the album, but no matter squall or chug, the whole record is a lesson in passion for those of us north of the border. Over time It'll be interesting to see what the band could as their adherence to fidelity progresses.
[MP3] Los Llamarada - Atanareska
[MP3] Los Llamarada - Stressa Closer
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