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      Komodor 'Komodor' Soulseller Records January 11, 2019 Album Review By Allyson Kingsley



      Soulseller Records

      January 11, 2019

      Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

      French psychedelic rockers Komodor are releasing a 4-track self-titled album via Soulseller Records on January 11, 2019. It is a journey of sound reminiscent of 70s hard rock. The musicians are Elrik Monroe (drums), Ronnie Calva (lead guitar), Goudzou (bass) and Slyde Barnett (vocals, guitar). They are also joined by guests Blues Pills whose bassist Zack Anderson did the recording of the songs. The album also features backing vocals by Elin Larsson.

      We start of with “Still the Same,” a sludgy barrage of notes as the song sleazes it's way into a morass of compelling drumming and awash with classic 70s guitar distortion. “Join the Band” must sound boss level when performed live with languid, hazy and sultry vocals. I am reminded of Blue Oyster Cult. With “Nasty Habits” I am thrown into a guitar rock world aka “All Right Now” by Free. They have churning bass, psychedelic overtones and a vocal delivery that is both charismatic and emotive. Again with “1984” I could picture Komodor opening for Mountain, a feast of satisfying deep bass with underpinnings of thick rich riffs.

      Komodor have combined and interpreted old beloved breeds of music with a modern touch that are worthy of the era of beaded curtains, black lights and velvet paintings. Wonderfully smooth. 





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