The English industrial-blues outfit Luna Plexus revealed their latest track within the past twenty hours.
Their signature sound of colliding sheets of metal features even more heavily than in music previous featured as Luna Plexus take the listener on a more experimental ride which throws aside conventional song constructs delivering a brutalism that sheers the bolts of wall-ties as the crashing just under four minutes of unrelenting snarling machinations slam into the ears.
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Luna Plexus is an industrial-blues quartet from England.
Not for the first time, nor likely the last, I start with an apology. The one and only track by Luna Plexus – Beast – I was alerted to at the end of April and I have only just caught up with it, of more fortune I am led to believe there is more music to follow imminently by the quartet who are beginning to find a foothold in live performance too.
Futuristic whorls open the just under four and a half minute track before the growling guitar riffs are riven asunder by throaty bass which tears through the ears, whilst threshing percussion careens between steel and skin like a warrior striding up the beach slaughtering all before it as the vocal spins around the room in various trajectories – leaving the listener frantically clawing for more of the highly addictive material or as the spoken off-stage comment has it more succinctly at the conclusion – ‘I liked that, it was really good’.
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