Andro Coulton & Malleus

 Evolvalution" Reviewed by

POSTEDBY:     disturbed3003

Take a thrilling trip back in time as you hear the superb Rock music on the CD, “Evolvalution,” by the group ZXY. This album is truly reminiscent of the’70’s and has all the right moves and grooves. Each track gives the listener a feel of the dark and edgier side of Rock music and so does the titles. The lyrics are riveting as they relate to everyday issues in life. The opener, “Anthem For the Damned,” blisters with searing vocals and guitars. “Dark Dreams,” is a song featuring gripping vocals and razor sharp guitars while emanating a dark and mysterious tonality. The track, “Peace,” is screaming with Rock attitude as this tight knit group dishes out a rocking beat that is totally spellbinding. Fans of the band Black Sabbath, will definitely appreciate the stirring Rock songs on the excellent album, “Evolvalution.”

-Diane and the Reviewer Team




ZXY - "Evolvalution" 

Whoa, space rock lives! Heavy duty hippy madness albeit with no flowers in your hair but that last particle of acid exploding in your head, ZXY is the trio created by non other than Witchfynde's ex bassist Andro Coulton! No occult props needed here though, this is dark early 70s madness, bass driven by Coulton's fuzz toned octave bass, fuzz toned guitar by Shaz and the faithful Dr Rhythm on drums. All produced in Andro's Sharandor studios, with absolutely no samples, Pro Tools etc, this is how bands like Sabbath, Hawkwind and the Pink Fairies cranked out their demented classics amidst their smog haze and LSD madness - so it's easy to see why Geezer Butler ranks as one of ZXY's supporters cos maaan, this is deep LOL! Vocally, Andro's style is fairly straight (unlike Ozzy's demented wailing) and it works cos tracks like 'Mystic Magic - Priestess Of Hell', 'White Noise' and 'Dark Dreams' have that true English 70s sound that not even Iommi & co produce today. Coming to a galaxy near you in time for the next nova....

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