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Black Science

Seattle, Washington, United States | INDIE

Seattle, Washington, United States | INDIE
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"Black Science - Cosmodemonic & Beyond (2010)"

Formed in Seattle, Black Science is the perfect example of how to sound fresh and unique. Their music is something like Sleep married to Pixies and Black Sabbath born a child, called Jane's Addiction. It's a fucking freaky heavy version of Hawkwind-meets-Kyuss. I can't count the bands and music styles combined in this album and although to sound so original. I think their main influence is the infinite chaotic space. It's unbelievable that these people don't have the fucking credit they deserve. That's from me, now let yourself explore their universe. Enjoy the ride!
- Stoned Sun Vibrations (Greece)

"Terrascope Rumbles for December 2010"

Also nice and noisy are Black Science, whose latest offering “Cosmodemonic and Beyond”, sounds like a freakin' heavy version of Hawkwind playing stoner-rock on a faraway star, especially on opening track “The Universe Personified”, which needs some serious volume for best effect.. With samples and Keyboards sprinkled over the songs, there is also a lightness amongst the noise, with “Theta 8”, slowly building over six glorious minutes, twinkling and chiming around a solid rythym section and some excellent guitar work. Fans of space rock will find much to enjoy here, go have a listen. - Terrascope (UK)

"Tonight in Music: Black Science; SinDios; Hidden Number; the Deadless; They Rise, We Die; the Quit; and More"

(Rendezvous) Seattle-based Black Science encase and uncoil heavy, driving lines of psychedelic rock. Their song "Consensus of Rapids" puts your ear-brain in a steel hull. The foursome of John G., A.D., Reverend Ryk, and nimble sledge-drummer G pull you through torrents to a distortion crescendo of white-water noise. Sonically dark and weighty, Black Science swell with meters and phaser-effected guitars similar to those of the band Trans Am... -- TRENT MOORMAN - The Stranger

"RECORD REVIEW: Black Science - Cosmodemonic & Beyond"

Black Science sounds like Jane's Addiction and Sleep teamed up circa 1992 and ran tape on a several day jam session fueled by mescaline and cocaine. It's brighter than doom but doesn't cross over into sissy territory. You've got low-ass, heavy riffs counterbalanced with clear vocals and flashy drums ran through the "lo-fi" machine and it sounds like a party in the sixth dimension. Dig that. -- MATT ABRAMSON - Seattle Rock Guy


Cosmodemonic & Beyond (2010)



Black Science’s music is derived from three major sources: personal powers of the soul/mind/body (mesmerism, astral projection, thought-casting, etc.), powers gained by tapping this universe’s ambient magical energy and employing it for specific effects (teleportation, illusion-casting, energy projection), and finally, powers gained through the tapping of extra-dimensional energy by invoking entities or objects of power dwelling in mystical dimensions, tangential to our own. The latter means of power is usually gained by the recitation of spells; either ritualized ones found in various mystic texts or by original spells invoking extra-dimensional assistance.