7 Songs, 31 Minutes

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5 out of 5

5 Ratings

5 Ratings

perfect follow up to masters of the universe

Harmon's Heart,

Instrumental, epic, driving, and hopeful. Shelter Red manages to fit perfectly into the post-rock, instrumental world while maintaining their own very energetic identity. In comparison to the hardcore style of “Masters of the Universe,” the band’s first full-length release, this new album tends to be slightly more on the progressive rock side of their sound. Each track has a unique vibe and is sequenced in a way that holds the listener’s attention. As with all SR releases, this album strikes similarities to or draws influence from Don Caballero, Russian Circles, Botch, and maybe even the Red Sparrows at times. Aside from being a two-piece, the main difference between Shelter Red and the sea of instrumental bands that have come out over the past 5 years is their commitment to being relentlessly energetic. It’s a refreshing way to reach that euphoric state we all crave in contrast to the usual, depressing, nostalgic path offered by most bands in the same genre

Excellent!

Dr. Herbert West,

Great new album from a great band. Unbelievable levels of rock.

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