INQUISITOR – The Quantum Theory Of Id

I read through the accompanying blurb with this album before I played it and the following words jumped out at me, Lithuanian Avant-Garde Black Metal, words to strike fear in to most mortals but in the name of professionalism and curiosity it went straight in my CD player.

The album is the bands debut and consists of 5 tracks, the first
being a spoken word intro followed by four musical pieces. I chose my
words carefully there as the four tracks are way beyond mere songs all
clocking in at around the ten minute mark and constructed more like
musical movements than individual songs which fits in with the
conceptual nature of the album, just don

t ask me to explain the concept !

The music is dark , heavy and at time challenging, but it all comes together beautifully. The phrase
order from chaos
sprung to mind at times as seemingly disjointed rhythms and riffing
weave together into heavy and brutal clarity. Playing throughout all the
pieces are rather sinister piano parts which do lend the music a bit of
a slightly unhinged and chilling edge, it gets the hairs on the back of
the neck standing to attention at times.

This album is definitely not for everyone, it is a sonic feast but
one that most will no doubt find hard to swallow. For me, I thought it
was a cracker and if you want something that will hold your interest,
challenge you aurally and push the boundaries, then you need some
Inquisitor in your life.

David Wilson


In his show broadcast on Get Ready to ROCK! Radio on 10 May David Randall played a further selection of artists and albums included in the new Features series, “2020 Vision”.


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Featured Albums w/c 25 May (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 FM Synchronized (Frontiers)
12:00-13:00 THE ROCKET DOLLS The Art Of Disconnect (indie)
14:00-16:00 BEN KUNDER Searching For The Stranger (indie)

Power Plays w/c 11 May (Mon-Fri)

THE MERCY KILLS Alone (Golden Robot Records)
DEAD REYNOLDS By Your Side (indie)
THE JAILBIRDS Watery Grave (Golden Robot Records)
ALI MASS & MICKY MOODY These Times (Last Man Music)
MASSIVE WAGONS Bangin In Your Stereo (Earache)
UDO We Are One (AFM Records)



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