New Album, Hooves of the Ibex, a Dark, Alternative Musical Expedition | Wormhole – Winnipeg, MB

Posted: February 2, 2015 by Kimberly Weiss in Band Reviews/Promotions, Music Connection News, Non-Local Bands
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Front_CoverThe new full length album, Hooves of the Ibex, from Canadian rockers, Wormhole, is a Norse-themed abstraction of alternative, post-hardcore jams made for those who love to rock out!

This album is intense and packed to the brim with dirty, sludgy guitar riffs, angst-filled vocals, and charged up bass and drums.

 

 

 

 

 

Band_Shot_Park_Theater_2The heavy breakdowns from Keith Meyer have plenty of groove, and funk and prog inspired jams are around every corner.  The 546763_330536310329685_1640694517_nvocals from Erik Spindler are spot on, with just the right amount of dissonant melody lines to reel in those of us who like our music dark, clean vocals for clarity and softer edges, and aggressively punched out lines for the little punk in all of us.  The rhythm section of Ed Schlosser on bass and Travis Stephenson on drums is especially tasty, with fat bass lines and dynamic drumming throughout the album.  Listening to every track on this album is easy, and it flows from one progressive jam to the next with ease!

Hooves of the Ibex is a killer album that should be in every rock fan’s collection!  Stream it and get your copy of this album on iTunes below!

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