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  • Album vinyle (23 juin 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: At the Dojo Records
  • ASIN : B00JGWNWZS
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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  1. Dimension Shifter
  2. Invaders On My Back
  3. Anxiety Reducer
  4. Radio Source Sagittarius
  5. Mutant
  6. No Warning
  7. Evolution Machine
  8. Triplanetary
  9. The Last Question

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Southern California hard rock mainstays FU MANCHU are announcing details of their forthcoming new album, titled "GIGANTOID," out May 26th on the band's own At The Dojo Records distributed throughout the US and Europe via Cargo Records. After almost 25 years together, and following last year's Scion A/V Club split 7" with friends MOAB and 2009's "Signs of Infinite Power," Scott Hill and company return with their first full-length album in close to five years. Recorded with Andrew Giacumakis, singer / guitarist for he aforementioned MOAB at his studio in Simi Valley, CA, the album features a slightly more primitive, raw and ultra fuzzed-out sound than previous releases. "We wrote 17 new songs for this record and got our favorite 9 songs out of that together," says Hill. "We were planning on releasing a 'part 2' record later this year but have plans for some of the other songs to appear in early 2015 to line up with our upcoming 25-year anniversary."


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Par crew.koos COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 7 mai 2014
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5 ans qu'on attendait le retour des pionniers du stoner, et, même si on n'est jamais complétement déçu par un nouvel album du Fu, il faut bien avouer que, ces derniers temps, on les avait trouvés un peu moins en forme que par le passé, moins inspirés peut être, plus... prévisibles. Puis surgit Gigantoid et sa colossale pochette. Le style est immédiatement reconnaissable, un mélange de stoner-pop-punk, inchangé depuis les débuts du groupe il y a 25 ans, définitivement placé sous les signe de la high energy, à des années lumières du stoner doom-esque bas du front très en vogue ces derniers temps.

Oui, rien n'a changé pour le Fu, mais qui s'en plaindrait ? On n'attend pas d'AC/DC qu'il sorte un album electro ! Rien n'a changé et pourtant, à l'écoute des 10 titres de l'album on est frappé par l'inspiration retrouvée. Les titres, bardés de riffs immédiats et entêtants, vont de la salve punk débridée ( No Warning ) au long trip breaké de partout (The Last Question ) en passant par l'intro bourdonnante de Dimension Shifter qui débouche sur une véritable explosion de riffs millésimés. Bref Fu Manchu fait du Fu Manchu mais semble prendre plus de plaisir que sur les 2 ou 3 derniers albums. Le son y est plus brut, l'fficacité et la puissance y gagnent !

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Après quelques albums un peu mous, Fu Manchu reprend du poil de la bête avec ce dernier album ultra énergique.
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HASH(0x9476b81c) étoiles sur 5 Gigantoid is a balance of old and new Fu 29 avril 2014
Par Nick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Fu Manchu's newest release, after five years between albums, is a step up from their last three records recorded with Scott Reeder on drums. As most fans know, Reeder's entrance into the band marked a noticeable stylistic shift in Fu Manchu's sound and style. The riffs became darker and more dissonant as opposed to pentatonic and bluesy, Scott Reeder's drumming is much more erratic and choppy as opposed to Brant Bjork's smooth and solid gallop, and Scott Hill's vocal style became more angry and less laid-back. This seems like a natural evolution for Fu Manchu, as there is only so far you can go as a band playing in Fu's "classic" style that most fans came to love them for. Their style has become more developed, more refined, and more exploratory over time, and it has hit a high point with 2014's Gigantoid. The sound is heavy and fuzzy, laid back and spacey in some places and more aggressive in other places. We hear new sounds on this record that harken back to some of the spacier moments on Daredevil, In Search Of, and The Action Is Go -- but these spacey bits are much more mature and refined in comparison to the songs of old and they succeeded in this aspect very well. For my money, these moments on Gigantoid are the best parts of the album and make it interesting to listen to. What the album lacks for me is what made me notice and love Fu Manchu's music 12 years ago -- it was so much damn fun. For me personally, Fu's "classic" laid-back-yet-heavy-at-the-same-time style that was pentatonic blues-based encapsulated everything that I loved (and still love) about rock and roll into one complete musical experience, and those days are long gone. Some fans may find their newer releases, like "Start the Machine," "We Must Obey," and "Signs of Infinite Power" a fun listening experience, but I don't. They definitely rock hard, but the vibe I fell in love with is absent. I don't actively dislike these releases either, but the truth is that the dissonant hardcore-punk influenced riffs simply do not do much for me at all. "Gigantoid" is better than any of the previously mentioned releases, but it still lacks the fun and carefree sound that attracted me to their music in the first place, and that's okay. Fu Manchu got older and started taking a more "serious" approach to crafting their music. All bands change over time, and this is simply the natural direction that Fu Manchu went. I'm neither happy nor sad about it, and as a fan, I listen to Gigantoid with that understanding. I think Gigantoid will hit home with some fans and miss with others, because as I said, it is certainly a cut above their previous releases, and I think that this may be their best album with Reeder on the skins and is their most focused and well-crafted record since the Brant Bjork days. Some accolades include the artwork (a HUGE step up from previous releases), the craftsmanship of the songs (more well thought-out and exploratory), the spacey bits (very well-executed) and the overall sound of the album (thick and fuzzy). My criticisms include Scott Reeder's drumming because he has absolutely no groove and a very Animal-like and primitive drumming style -- although to be fair, his drumming is more tasteful and melds better with the music than it has on previous albums he's played on. Another criticism is that the riffs and hooks aren't particularly memorable, and my last criticism is that this record isn't especially fun to listen to in comparison to their classic records. I would recommend this release to long-time fans, but to those unfamiliar with the band who want to hear their best work, check out every album from No One Rides to King of the Road. Overall, I rate Gigantoid with 3.5 of 5 stars.
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HASH(0x9476bc24) étoiles sur 5 Really is an Anxiety Reducer 19 mai 2014
Par Schlitze - Publié sur Amazon.com
I understand how some people want Fu to go back to the more 70's sounding vibe of releases like Kind of The Road, and Califronia Crossing, but I really like this album. I think it hearkens back to those album while still adding the hardcore vibe of their recent releases. I think they took the 70's riff rock pentatonic thing as far as they could, and I still jam those albums a lot especially when I'm driving anywhere, but I like that they continue to evolve. A lot of bands would rest on their laurels and not continue to experiment and grow, but Fu Manchu shows they still have a some tricks up their sleeve. There is some really cool heavy psychedelic s*** on this record and I'm loving it. Standout tracks for me are Dimension Shifter and Anxiety reducer. Reeder's drums sound different, more open sounding, not bad just different. Balch's guitar work is pretty awesome, using a lot of effects (for a Fu Manchu record anyway), and some really inventive solos. Scott Hill's lyrics are cryptic and evocative as usual and his voice sounds appropriately aggressive without having to scream. I love the pentatonic stuff, but this album really requires you to listen to all that's going on. Great record, can't wait to see them live next week!
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HASH(0x9491fcc0) étoiles sur 5 Great riffs. The fu never disappoints 16 octobre 2014
Par silent scream - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Heavy as F..k ! Great riffs. The fu never disappoints. Scott reeder gives you that hit to the chest sending the music to your soul. Great album. Turn it up loud if you really want to feel its effects!!!!
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HASH(0x94772090) étoiles sur 5 Pretty sweet 10 juin 2014
Par Sly Piggle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Lets face it, the era of "Action is go" will most likely never return. Brant is gone for good. This is probably my favorite Fu album since his departure though. Anxiety Reducer is classic.
HASH(0x9477203c) étoiles sur 5 An old favorite returns to form 12 février 2015
Par Vinny Palese - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a long time fan of this band I was quite skeptical about this album given some of their recent offerings and passed on buying it when it first came out.
A few months later my buddy bought me a copy and said it was really good. I spun it up and after a few times through I was still not convinced it was "really good" as my buddy assessed.
I kept it in my overall album rotation and ~5-10 complete listens later it started to grow on me.
I've now listened to the whole album 50+ times and can fully agree with my buddy: this album is really good!
If you are a long time fan who stopped listening to them around the time of the California Crossing release (like me), you should check this album out as I think you'd really dig it. It's now got me wondering if any of the other three albums I skipped are worthwhile.
Always a pleasure to see an old favorite return to form.
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