Inspired by the scintillating of the Velvet Underground, the esthetics of Pink Floyd, the stridency of Neu and the Siver Apples, Wall of Death, a trio formed by Gabriel Matringe (vocals, guitar, sitar, celo), Brice Borredon (keyboards, vocals) and Adam Ghoubali (Drums) draws us into their somber and troubling world.
With roots extending from America to old-world European culture, Wall of Death creates a powerfull, haunting and heavy sound.
A synthesizer reaching deep into the bass register, an acid-tinged guitar drenched with echo, a warm-toned organ and violent drums combine with voices that range from soaring to fathhomless, creating a masochistic yet flamboyant universe in witch this group heals its collective wounds.
- Uncle Jo (AustinPsychFest.com)
Years of watching YouTube videos, loathing anyone who had seen them live, and bonding with my sister countless times to their music paid off! Grizzly Bear was absolutely phenomenal, and Dan the man could not have exceeded my expectations anymore than I could have imagined. #grizzlybear #danielrossen #danielrossensvoiceismyheaven
Department of Eagles- While We’re Young
Hanni el Khatib- Head in the Dirt
The Black Angels gave off the best vibes last night.