Lausch | Friend of the Captain

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Friend of the Captain

by Lausch

Pumping and intensive Post-Core with impulsive lyrics, crispy guitars, virtuosic bass and steaming drums
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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1. When Everybody Says Horray
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2. Newcastle
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3. Disappoint
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4. Porn Side Up
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5. Maybe Now
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6. Never Been Fair
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7. Delay
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8. Shutdown
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9. An Inappropriate Way
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10. Garbage
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11. Watergate
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Album Notes
Three Austrian guys decided to carry parts of the alternative-rock heritage of the 90’s into the new millenium and make it a new post modern bunch of well structured, tight and powerful music. Their slow and pumping style is disarming and hijacks into a world of weird, impulsive vocals. Lausch may be influenced by American bands like Shiner, Deftones, Barmarket or even the Foo Fighters, some people affirm to hear some old grunge heros like Pearl Jam or Soundgarden too. But their music is definitely far away from current stereotypes and hypes. Now, after two years of hard work, they have played in every single musty cellar, smoky club and on some of the big stages in their homecountry Austria. The press gave them a lot of impressive reviews, their audience is overwhelmed. So they are ready to leave their homes and treat the rest of the world with their intense sound. Lausch impress with professional performance and special sense for slow, powerful and progressive music. There is no doubt about these musician’s appeal to bring rock with only three classical instruments to a higher level. Just plug in and devote yourself to a grown up work of art. It’s delightful music for guitar-rock lovers. It’s music for loud clubs and big stages. It defintely works! It’s the band with the unexplainable name, it’s Lausch.


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