Pericardium - Salutary album download
Pericardium's album Salutary, with its lush sound and floating synths gave me an irie feeling of nostalgia, of being a freshmen driving to "High" School with my Senior sister in her '89 Toyota listening to her mix tape of the Cranberries. Have you ever woken up in an opium den with naked chics covered in grapes? No? Neither have I! Somehow Pericardium especially when they go on tangents, like they do on this track has convinced me. They have!" -Jimmy James, BAScene.
Although it’s one of the slowest pieces on the album, the song is driven by strong rhythmic patterns courtesy of the band’s drummer, Luis Munoz. Momentarily the pace quickens as the epic Ecliptic Corridor enters in full grandeur.
The pericardium is a thin double-layered sac which encloses the heart. Fluid is contained within the layers and lubricates the constantly rubbing surfaces. Much like their namesake, the band Pericardium is constantly rubbing and mixing different surfaces of the rock genre in attempt to create their own distinct sound. The band’s second offering, the mini album Salutary sees the band attempting to define its sound while retaining the disparate elements they have been trying to fuse The result: Salutary is an album of politically fueled progressive alternative rock that has touches of jazz, psychedelia and metal.
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PERICARDIUM, founded in 1995, is a brutal Death Metal band initially based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. The 1996 album 'Anthems Of Anger' saw a recording line-up of vocalist, guitarist Rob Doherty, bassist Scot Krall and singer Tim Roth. The following year Doherty relocated to Calgary, Alberta, constructing an all new look PERICARDIUM, drafting guitarist Kostis Katsimihas, THORAZINE founder Don Stenhouse on bass with Dave Mills on drums. Meantime, ex-members Roth and Krall forged Progressive Metal act INTO ETERNITY.
Patrick Gartner, La Voz Weekly "Pericardium's album Salutary, with its lush sound and floating synths gave me an irie feeling of nostalgia, of being a freshmen driving to "High" School with my Senior sister in her '89 Toyota listening to her mix tape of the Cranberries. com"Yes, it is progressive but what I like.
Well, just looking at the artwork of PERICARDIUM’s latest release entitled Salutary, it doesn’t take long to figure out that these guys come from the San Francisco bay area. With its artistic use of bland colors (ala some GRATEFUL DEAD cover art) and an overall weird concept and imagery, it also won’t take you long to figure out that PERICARDIUM is not your typical band either. This was a bit of a weird one for me.