REVIEW: Deliluh – Beneath The Floors album review

REVIEW: Deliluh – Beneath The Floors album review

The latest release by Deliluh is a collection of jagged songs recorded in the same veterans hall 5 months prior to its sibling record Oath Of Intent. Beneath The Floors searches deep into similar avenues explored by some of rocks greatest avant garde artists, experimenting with hard rock, psychedelia and blues with a mish mash of vocals tumbling over the music this will delight those that are looking for something different.

Starting off with Incantessa there are similarities to The Fall, Captain Beefheart and The Pixies with some savage back and forth chords that twist the mind of the listener. Hymn pounces on its victim with a hip swivel with the same attraction as Iggy Pop would show. Lickspittle A Nut In The Paste has a Dr Feelgood sharp chord opening riff before a vocal straight out the back catalogue of Mark E Smith makes an appearance. The last track Beneath The Floors is a spoken word slow grinding monster.

There are further eerie tunes found in this collection of songs. It is refreshing to hear a record not full of perfect pop rather its attraction lies in the difference of approach to many other bands that are out there at present. There’s nothing to cautious about with this release simply let the needle sink onto the vinyl and let its deep meaningful songs slowly creep their way into your conscious.

Beneath The Floors can be purchased from the Deliluh website