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Album Review

Belgian outfit dEUS debuted in the mid-'90s as a spiky aggregate of twisted Beefheart blues, free jazz skronk, and post-grunge alt rock aggression, and though the group mellowed over the course of their next several albums, they remained just outside the mainstream during their original incarnation. Vantage Point is dEUS' second album after singer Tom Barman and violinist/keyboardist Klaas Janzoons reconvened the band with a new lineup in 2005, but unlike 2006's Pocket Revolution, which found the duo flirting with Coldplay-style dad rock, this set finds dEUS artfully balancing their experimental and pop tendencies as they did on fine mid-period albums like In a Bar Under the Sea and The Ideal Crash. Opening track "When She Comes Down" finds the common ground between Can's fluid Krautrock grooves and modern-day hip-hop, while the psychedelic shimmer of "The Vanishing of Maria Schneider" recalls near-forgotten '80s psych-popsters the Church. The piano-driven atmospherics of "Smokers Reflect" revert back to the sound of Pocket Revolution, but without sounding nearly so much like a feint towards the AOR adult alternative radio format. "Oh Your God" even harks back to the aggression of their 1994 debut, Worst Case Scenario, smartly leavening it with an unexpectedly pretty chorus. Always an underrated band, dEUS have surprisingly made a strong return to form with Vantage Point.

Customer Reviews

fantastische plaat!

wat een fantastische plaat! dEUS verrast ons weer opnieuw. Elke plaat van die gasten is weer anders. Dit maakt hen ook zo boeiend. Deze plaat geeft zich niet zo gemakkelijk prijs in vergelijking met the ideal crash of pocket revolution, maar na een paar beluisteringen is dit al mijn favoriete dEUS plaat: die strakke sound - die meerdere stemmen - die Mauro invloed (please stay!!) - ... hopelijk doen ze nog een tijdje voort met deze bezetting.


On their last album, dEUS have reached a level that only the best show on occassion. It's not only their latest but also their most mature album sofar. It might require a couple of listenings before the depth and coherence of each of the songs stick to your ribs, at least it did with me, but this is quality stuff. Check tracks "Slow" and "Popular Culture" first, or start with "The Architect". And oh yeah, their live performances are excellent. Don't miss this!

Du son une voie des notes

Comment se renouveler sans lasser? Une question transendental 1000 fois poser par tout artistes alternativo popesque qui se repecte. Deus nous montre une nouvelle voie avec des sons et des arrengements moderne en restant ce qu'ils sont une solide groupe neo-eightisien rock. J'aime.


Formed: 1991 in Antwerp, Belgium

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The first Belgian-based indie act ever to sign to a major international label, the improvisational avant-grunge group dEUS was originally comprised of vocalist/guitarist Tom Barman, bassist Stef Kamil Carlens, drummer Julle De Borgher, violinist Klaas Janzoons, and guitarist Rudy Trouvé. Formed in Antwerp in 1991, dEUS began their career as strictly a cover band, but soon began performing new material, honing an irreverent, free-form live show drawing on influences ranging from folk and punk to jazz...
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