Kadavar ‎– Abra Kadavar - 2013 Psych Stoner Hard Rock - Ltd Ed Pink Vinyl LP

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Kadavar ‎– Abra Kadavar

Nuclear Blast ‎– NB 3064-1, Nuclear Blast ‎– 3064-1
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress, Pink with Oxblood Marbling
28 Aug 2015
Stoner Rock, Hard Rock


A1 Come Back Life
A2 Doomsday Machine
A3 Eye Of The Storm
A4 Black Snake

B1 Dust
B2 Fire
B3 Liquid Dream
B4 Rhythm For Endless Minds
B5 Abra Kadabra

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Manufactured By – Nuclear Blast USA
Distributed By – Nuclear Blast USA


US Pressing on Pink / Oxblood Marbled Vinyl.

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Barcode: 7 27361 30641 0
Barcode (back sticker): 727361357511
Matrix / Runout: Side A 117789E1/A XVINYLX.COM
Matrix / Runout: Side B 117789E2/A XVINYLX.COM


"Abra Kadavar also happens to be the band’s debut for Nuclear Blast, who, after hearing the first record, signed Kadavar to their mammoth metal label. Produced, mixed, and mastered by drummer Tiger in his own studio, this collection of songs, when compared to those of Kadavar, sound fuller while remaining fixated on heady, vintage vibes. Kadavar -- who are rounded out by guitarist and vocalist Lupus Lindemann and bassist Mammut -- have kept the music as stripped down and as much in line with the live nature of the recording as possible with only a few embellishments. The songwriting chemistry gleams through a deep daze of bluesy, proto-metal riffs and deft drum-work, slight dashes of Krautrock -- as heard on “Rhythm for Endless Minds” -- with trickles of Hawkwind mysticism dripping through the synth-splashed closer, “Abra Kadavar”. It’s music without pretence, and Lindemann’s vocals have an illicit charm to them that only singers from days-gone-by possessed.

As the cover would allude, the complete package is tied entirely to the late ‘60s and early to late ‘70s. But what is crystal clear is that Kadavar’s love for the music of this era lacks ulterior motives: You get the feeling this trio would rock out these exact tunes regardless of who thinks this style of music is popular. “Doomsday Machine” takes us back to the origins of metal, both “Dust” and “Fire” captivate in the way that only ‘70s Sabbath could, and in the end it’s altogether intoxicating and cripplingly addictive. Those who claim that Kadavar haven’t an ounce of originality are clearly miss out on the point here. This is not about reinvention, this is reinterpreting the masters -- and few bands are this convincing. Thankfully Kadavar now have a larger audience waiting to tune in and trip out on their "Liquid Dream", and there is no reason why this band’s blues-bruised, proto-metal stomp won’t shine bright beside Witchcraft, Orchid, and Graveyard on Nuclear Blast’s budding roster of retro rockers." (PopMatters)

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Condition New
Format LP
Label Nuclear Blast
Color Pink