Boris – Dear (Deluxe Japanese Version) (2017) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Boris - Dear (Deluxe Japanese Version) (2017) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Boris
Album: Dear (Deluxe Japanese Version)
Genre: Rock, Metal
Release Date: 2017
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:33:15
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 1,86 GB


1. Boris – D.O.W.N -Domination of Waiting Noise- (06:05)
2. Boris – DEADSONG -詩- (06:43)
3. Boris – Absolutego -絶対自我- (04:55)
4. Boris – Beyond -かのひと- (06:39)
5. Boris – Kagero -蜉蝣- (05:34)
6. Boris – Biotope -ビオトープ- (05:32)
7. Boris – The Power (07:41)
8. Boris – Memento Mori (04:48)
9. Boris – Dystopia -Vanishing Point -何処へ- (11:51)
10. Boris – Dear (09:23)
11. Boris – More (07:17)
12. Boris – Evil Perspective -イビルパースペクティヴ- (07:00)
13. Boris – D.O.W.N -Domination of Waiting Noise- (Full Version) (09:41)


Originally intended as the last album for the Japanese experimental metal band, Dear has generated a resurrection, or at least a strengthening of their life force; its creation inspired Boris to continue, turning what was supposed to be a goodbye into a forceful restating of this remarkable band’s existence.Back in 2016, experimental Japanese sludge rockers Boris spent the better part of the year playing their landmark 2005 album, Pink, to audiences around the globe. It was meant to be a break for the band before they went back into the studio to work on what was meant to be their final album (or at least, for the version of Boris as we know them.) Instead, they were inspired to keep going.

Described as a “grateful” and “sincere letter to fans and listeners,” the result — titled Dear — is one of the most consistent records in the band’s 25-year career.

Since their beginning, Boris have always had two speeds as a band, delivering either crushing, relentlessly heavy riffs or creating wonderful walls of ethereal, doom-laden sound. Dear finds them preferring the former, creating a 70-minute set that’s as slow as molasses and thick as a brick.

Casual listeners will see this effort as Boris going back to their roots, but like all bands who tread in the same kind of swirling, psychedelic, stoner metal swamp, it’s the subtleties that separate this album from the rest, like the surprisingly clean guitar chords and four-on-the-floor drumbeat of “Biotope,” Wata’s tender vocal turn on “Beyond” and drummer Atsuo Mizuno’s demonic yowls at the end of “Absolutego.”

If you dig deep enough, it’s an album filled with surprises from a band that continue to impress.

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