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Kadavar - Abra Kadavar (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Kadavar - Abra Kadavar (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)

180gr. black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a poster.

Berlin trio Kadavar have worked quickly to become one of the most prominent acts in the European heavy underground. Their 2012 self-titled debut sounded so organic that even the mp3s had an analog hiss, and while they carried their songs across with an ultra-natural feel, it was the confidence in the material and the spontaneous feel of the performances that made Kadavar’s Kadavar such a watershed release. Thus it is that their second album, Abra Kadavar, arrives with no small measure of anticipation.

The distinctive drum sound of Tiger’s kit – the sort of fuzz that came off his snare with each tap – has abated, though the snare hits hardly sound punched in and an overall natural, live feel has been maintained between both the drums and Mammut’s bass, which was a standout element of the first record and remains so on Abra Kadavar. As regards to Lindemann’s vocals, they are forward in classic rock tradition, but more assured and mature for the band’s road time. Throughout, there is clear, resonant stylistic growth and as much as Abra Kadavar proves the first album wasn’t a fluke, it also shows the three-piece aren’t necessarily limited to the driving ‘70s heavy rock that they nonetheless so effectively convey on the single, “Doomsday Machine”.

The self-titled ended psychedelic and extended with the eight-minute “Purple Sage,” but though they’re shorter, the closing trio of “Liquid Dream,” “Rhythm for Endless Minds” and “Abra Kadabra” show a nascent sonic diversity in Kadavar’s approach that incorporates rocking organ, psych swirl, and a heavy jamming sensibility that underlies much of the band’s work to-date, but has yet to be so blatantly expressed. They’ve not at all loosened their grip on their aesthetic, but these songs are neither as raw as their predecessors on the self-titled nor as geared toward a single idea. If that record established Kadavar and announced their arrival, then Abra Kadavar is confirmation of their prowess and a signal that there’s more to them than analog worship and thick grooves. One of several factors it shares in common with Kadavar’s preceding outing, however, is that Abra Kadavar is still loaded with potential for what this band might be able to accomplish.

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Price: $39.99
Kadavar - Abra Kadavar (Orange/Magenta) (LP) Cover Art Kadavar - Abra Kadavar (Orange/Magenta) (LP)

Limited edition on orange/magenta vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Berlin trio Kadavar have worked quickly to become one of the most prominent acts in the European heavy underground. Their 2012 self-titled debut sounded so organic that even the mp3s had an analog hiss, and while they carried their songs across with an ultra-natural feel, it was the confidence in the material and the spontaneous feel of the performances that made Kadavar’s Kadavar such a watershed release. Thus it is that their second album, Abra Kadavar, arrives with no small measure of anticipation.

The distinctive drum sound of Tiger’s kit – the sort of fuzz that came off his snare with each tap – has abated, though the snare hits hardly sound punched in and an overall natural, live feel has been maintained between both the drums and Mammut’s bass, which was a standout element of the first record and remains so on Abra Kadavar. As regards to Lindemann’s vocals, they are forward in classic rock tradition, but more assured and mature for the band’s road time. Throughout, there is clear, resonant stylistic growth and as much as Abra Kadavar proves the first album wasn’t a fluke, it also shows the three-piece aren’t necessarily limited to the driving ‘70s heavy rock that they nonetheless so effectively convey on the single, “Doomsday Machine”.

The self-titled ended psychedelic and extended with the eight-minute “Purple Sage,” but though they’re shorter, the closing trio of “Liquid Dream,” “Rhythm for Endless Minds” and “Abra Kadabra” show a nascent sonic diversity in Kadavar’s approach that incorporates rocking organ, psych swirl, and a heavy jamming sensibility that underlies much of the band’s work to-date, but has yet to be so blatantly expressed. They’ve not at all loosened their grip on their aesthetic, but these songs are neither as raw as their predecessors on the self-titled nor as geared toward a single idea. If that record established Kadavar and announced their arrival, then Abra Kadavar is confirmation of their prowess and a signal that there’s more to them than analog worship and thick grooves. One of several factors it shares in common with Kadavar’s preceding outing, however, is that Abra Kadavar is still loaded with potential for what this band might be able to accomplish.

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Price: $26.99
Kadavar - Abra Kadavar (with Bonus CD) (2CD) Cover Art Kadavar - Abra Kadavar (with Bonus CD) (2CD)

Limited edition 2 disc tour. Includes a bonus live CD.

Berlin trio Kadavar have worked quickly to become one of the most prominent acts in the European heavy underground. Their 2012 self-titled debut sounded so organic that even the mp3s had an analog hiss, and while they carried their songs across with an ultra-natural feel, it was the confidence in the material and the spontaneous feel of the performances that made Kadavar’s Kadavar such a watershed release. Thus it is that their second album, Abra Kadavar, arrives with no small measure of anticipation.

The distinctive drum sound of Tiger’s kit – the sort of fuzz that came off his snare with each tap – has abated, though the snare hits hardly sound punched in and an overall natural, live feel has been maintained between both the drums and Mammut’s bass, which was a standout element of the first record and remains so on Abra Kadavar. As regards to Lindemann’s vocals, they are forward in classic rock tradition, but more assured and mature for the band’s road time. Throughout, there is clear, resonant stylistic growth and as much as Abra Kadavar proves the first album wasn’t a fluke, it also shows the three-piece aren’t necessarily limited to the driving ‘70s heavy rock that they nonetheless so effectively convey on the single, “Doomsday Machine”.

The self-titled ended psychedelic and extended with the eight-minute “Purple Sage,” but though they’re shorter, the closing trio of “Liquid Dream,” “Rhythm for Endless Minds” and “Abra Kadabra” show a nascent sonic diversity in Kadavar’s approach that incorporates rocking organ, psych swirl, and a heavy jamming sensibility that underlies much of the band’s work to-date, but has yet to be so blatantly expressed. They’ve not at all loosened their grip on their aesthetic, but these songs are neither as raw as their predecessors on the self-titled nor as geared toward a single idea. If that record established Kadavar and announced their arrival, then Abra Kadavar is confirmation of their prowess and a signal that there’s more to them than analog worship and thick grooves. One of several factors it shares in common with Kadavar’s preceding outing, however, is that Abra Kadavar is still loaded with potential for what this band might be able to accomplish.

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Price: $14.99
Kadavar - Berlin (2LP) Cover Art Kadavar - Berlin (2LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl. This version features a cool die-cut gatefold jacket.

The third full-length from the awesome German stoner/psych rock overlords! Though recorded live in the studio on the band's own analog gear again, its distinctly audible that this time round the record turned out even deeper as far as songwriting and arrangements are concerned - and that Christoph "Lupus" Lindemann (guitar/vocals), Christoph "Tiger" Bartelt (drums) and new bass player Simon "Dragon" Bouteloup (formerly of The Oath and Aqua Nebula Oscillator) have spent more time on the recordings than ever before. Tracks like 'Filthy Illusion' and 'See The World With Your Own Eyes' knock your socks off with their boisterous energy. 'The Old Man' and 'Last Living Dinosaur' deliver post-modern madness at its finest. Also includes the epically mystic cover version of 'Reich Der Träume' by German songstress Nico.

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Price: $22.99
Kadavar - Live in Antwerp (IMPORT) (2LP) Cover Art Kadavar - Live in Antwerp (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Recorded live in Antwerp. German heavy rockers KADAVAR, who belt out mighty heavy rock with strong BLACK SABBATH and deliciously psychedelic HAWKWIND undertones. Heavy blues-rock, awesomely loud minor-key dirges and Geezer Butler-esque pressure roll bass lines create a paean to the dark mesmerizing power of the distorted blues.

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Price: $42.99
Kadavar - Self Titled (Alt. Cover Art/Bonus Track Edition) (Mint) (LP) Cover Art Kadavar - Self Titled (Alt. Cover Art/Bonus Track Edition) (Mint) (LP)

Completely remastered new mint colored vinyl version with alternate artwork and BONUS TRACK "Living In your Head" from the Kadavar Record Store Day sold out 7" single. Also includes download code.

Kadavar offer '70s occult rock at its finest and their debut catapults them into the top tier of the '70s vintage heavy psych occult rock on the same level as Orchid and Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats. Kadavar draw from the plentiful fund of creative ideas from bands like Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, Led Zeppelin and Witchfinder General.

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Price: $18.99
Kalamata - Self Titled (Red) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Kalamata - Self Titled (Red) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on red colored vinyl.

The Hildesheim, Germany based trio KALAMATA performs instrumental psychedelic stoner rock combined with '70s inspired space-rock elements. Driving bass riffs and colourful guitar-patterns emerge on top of a deep rolling rhythm section. This instrumental music will guide you through the night like an LSD-trip while riding a wild cow.

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Price: $28.99
Kalas - Self Titled (LP) Cover Art Kalas - Self Titled (LP)

Limited edition. Includes a 12 page booklet.

Features Matt Pike (High on Fire, Sleep).


Prior to hearing their self titled debut, having Matt Pike (High on Fire, Sleep) sing for Kalas struck me as akin to hiring a master chef to build a deck on your house. But then I heard it, and while there’s still no getting around the fact that he will always be known as “Matt Pike, Kick Ass Guitarist” and not “Matt Pike, Vocalist Extraordinaire,” he does an admirable job. His gravely, throaty roar is more expressive than on the High on Fire albums, matching the moody and epic feel to songs. There’s a quiet, grim intensity to Kalas’ strain of metal, even when the band is at its loudest and fastest. With two guitarists, there’s more room for melody that makes for some stellar guitar playing. Kalas’ debut is nine songs of brooding war metal, thunderous and solemn, and well worth your time.

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Price: $16.99
Kaleidobolt - The Zenith Cracks (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Kaleidobolt - The Zenith Cracks (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

Finnish power trio Kaleidobolt returns with its second album. The music is full of progressive and heavy psychedelic leanings, and free of cliches.

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Price: $28.99
Kaleidobolt - The Zenith Cracks (Blue) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Kaleidobolt - The Zenith Cracks (Blue) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on blue colored vinyl.

Finnish power trio Kaleidobolt returns with its second album. The music is full of progressive and heavy psychedelic leanings, and free of cliches.

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Price: $30.99
   
 
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