Norwegian alt-rockers Glutton gets ready to release their most megalomaniacal album yet with the album Eating Music. This time glutton have done the most in an utterly fascinating and interesting manner. It`s actual pretty orginal music with the intensity and punch not unlike what Mars Volta could do at their best. There are also an underlying and very fitting melancholy I enjoy together with the appealing unpretentious attitude. In addition the retro vibes is done in their own way and the psychedelic and jazzy elements freshen up the music. The track Pinhole,
The jazzy psychedelic space rock band Glutton is ready to release their third album Eating Music on Apollon Records. The power trio – consisting of Eirik Ørevik Aadland on guitar and vocals, Ola Mile Bruland on bass and Jonas Eide Hollund on drums and vocals – has taken the band in a new direction, creating an album with great variety and contrast.Eating Music is an atmospheric, exploratory and hard-hitting piece of music, built from improvisation and merging sounds from the progressive rock of the 70s right through to contemporary jazz.
Employing a full horn section, strings from Kari Rønnekleiv (Motorsycho, Ulver, Sunn O) and Ole-Henrik Moe (Honest John, Sheriffs Of Nothingness, The Island Band, The Olsens), Thomas Meidell (The Samuel Jackson Five, Mt. Melodie, Metronomicon Audio) and Trond Gjellum (Panzerpappa, Suburban Savages) on samples, synthesizers and percussion, Eating Music has become the sound of several experienced musical forces combining to create an ambitious clash of control and spontaneity.
Eating Music is an atmospheric, exploratory and hard-hitting piece of music, built from improvisation and merging sounds from the progressive rock of the 70s right through to contemporary jazz. Very recommended.