Hella - Tripper (2011)

Hella has long been celebrated for bringing a rigorous and artful musical complexity to the punk aesthetic. Now, after a four year hiatus, the legendary Sacramento duo founded in 2001 by drummer Zach Hill and guitarist Spencer Seim has returned with their fifth album, "Tripper". As the title suggests, it's a wild ride that finds Hella in classic frenetic anthemic form.
 
The sonic experimentalists have stripped the band lineup back down to the original 2-piece, returning to the streamlined aggression of their earlier work while expanding the barriers of their sound. Tripper is Hella's most "focused" album to date -- and, by focused, we mean in a kaleidoscopic way. While each of the multiple riffs and movements of every song have a clearly defined mood and feel, the way that Hill and Seim breeze between time signatures and parts is like watching the scenery unfold within a kaleidoscope. It's entrancing in its beauty and beguiling in its complexity.
Artist: 
Hella
Album: 
Tripper
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Release date: 
30.08.2011
Quality: 
320 kbps
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Tracklist: 

1. Headless
2. Self Checkout
3. Long Hair
4. Yubacore
5. Netgear
6. Kid Life Crisis
7. On The Record
8. Furthest
9. Psycho Bro
10. Osaka

Music label: 
Sargent House
Country: 
United States
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