Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel is often mentioned as LDDSM and they has been making its mark for 15 years. With an identity evolving over the albums and marked with a transcendent sound character, the experience has been enriched of live video plunging the public into total immersion. Going beyond the codes of the genre, attacking celestial sonorities, this evolution associated with a new line-up, folds the cards of the desires of ever more enriching sounds. Their new album is entitled Polaris and here are the track Blood, Planet, Child.
Nearly five years after the release of Human Collapse, French heavy rockers Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel are back with their fourth album Polaris, which is now set for release on April 2nd via Klonosphere. There are no two LDDSM albums alike and Polaris is no exception, climbing another big step upwards in their evolution as musicians and songwriters.
Polaris sees the five-piece further distancing themselves from the stoner-driven fuzziness of their early days and embracing more progressive textures and psychedelic moods, think later-day Baroness jamming some Pink Floyd tunes. Heavy and potent riffs are intertwined with progressive melodies and strengthened by multi-layer vocal arrangements.
Recorded at White Bat Recorders by Rémi Gettliffe, Polaris is band’s most daring, dynamic and mature release to date, the fulfilment of the vision that they set to create almost 15 years ago.