Los Alamos
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Los Alamos


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"EP Review"

"I can feel the brooding in the air tonight. Los Alamos takes their heavy rock cues from band's like Cog and
Mammal. It's a style that seems to be oh so hot right now, and Los Alamos does a pretty good job of it. This EP
comes with plenty of menacing rumble. Singer Daniel Parkinson has that heavy rock voice that sounds like it's
been carved out of stone and there's a dynamism to tracks like Atomy. Massif slows things down, replaces
Parkinson's vocals with a hauntingly incomprehensible voice-over, turns up the bass and shows the four-piece
can keep up the intensity even when they change things up." - Drum Media

"Live Review"

The Tivoli Sat Nov 17.
Midway through their set, Sydney trio Los Alamos
are obliged to praise The TivoliÕs beautiful design. The
TivÕs sound engineers return the compliment by achieving
a brilliant clear sound that showcases the band to
their biggest crowd yet, according to bassist Daniel Parkinson.
Their ambient, progressive style is influenced
by tonightÕs headliners, yet many songs are without lyrics,
allowing one to become immersed in the complex
rhythms and melodies. The crowdÕs reaction transforms
from almost disinterest too fully attentive as their impressive
set draws to a close. - Time Off Magazine


EP - Burn Down. Build. Burn Again. (Madsweats Music 2008).



Los Alamos hail from Sydney Australia, and a blend a unique and diverse sonic landscape of modern rock, progressive sounds, and a colorful mix of dynamics and polyrhythmic beats.