|A1||A Sacred State|
|A2||Flesh & Bone|
|B3||Laughter Breaks The Silence|
|B4||A Blaze On The Hillside|
|B5||Lay Us Down|
|EKO159LP||Holograms||Forever (LP, Album)||Stranded Rekords||EKO159LP||Sweden||2013|
|060253744870||Holograms||Forever (CD, Album, Dig)||Stranded Rekords||060253744870||Sweden||2013|
|EKO159 (LP)||Holograms||Forever (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Stranded Rekords||EKO159 (LP)||Sweden||2013|
|CT-186||Holograms||Forever (Cass, Album)||Captured Tracks||CT-186||US||2013|
|CT-186||Holograms||Forever (CDr, Album, Promo)||Captured Tracks||CT-186||Europe||2013|
They reflect their depression and mistrust into melodies with just enough pop to let people in, never getting too cagey or technical. Though the too familiar Factory Records sound helps color the mood, it's Lagerström’s howl the can make the broadest, most biblical phrase about eternity seem deeply personal. Lagerström lets loose for the only time on the album and screams Mother! Father! in a moment of uncalculated emotion. Hs seems finally unconcerned with aesthetic, or a scene, or money, or jobs, or fire.
Swedish post-punk outfit Holograms' self-titled 2012 debut was icy and severe, pulling no punches when it came to the band's chilly world-view or most immediate reference points. Release Date: Sep 3, 2013 Record label: Captured Tracks Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock. 67 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Forever - Fairly Good, Based on 9 Critics.
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Holograms have often been likened to fellow Scandinavian punks, Iceage, but comparisons could be easily be made to Wire or even Joy Division. Forever is the type of album that feels like it could’ve been released today or 35 years ago. Well technically, it’s being released next week. But you can stream it right now in its entirety below.
Album · 2013 · 10 Songs. But for the follow-up, Forever, that’s all been replaced by a more deliberate and grinding approach where the songs insist on their lengths; they're less joyful explosions of sound than matter-of-fact exercises that get the job done, with the best songs turning an arty cheek. The organ that shows up on the outskirts of Rush adds a sense of The Stranglers.
Holograms achieve an exhausting punch-drunk punk album with some clever guitars, but ultimately it lacks enough variation and original style. Watch the video for Flesh and Bone here: Related Items. Sir-Vere – Psychoballisticfunk.