Label: Temporary Residence Limited - TRR 257 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Exploding Sun • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Post Rock
By the time Rehumanizer arrived inthe fusion of post-rock, John Carpenter 's film music, and space rock -- of which Maserati are prime examples -- had been going on long enough that it felt due for a revival indeed, Carpenter also released his first non-score music that year.
Maserati 's discography is wide and deep enough that they can easily draw on aspects of what they've already done, especially since they were forced to reinvent themselves after drummer Jerry Fuchs ' death in Since his passing, the band has focused on their proggier, spacier aspects than their dance leanings, a transition that started with 's Maserati VII. Rehumanizer travels even farther down that road, its very title hinting at its more organic sound.
The album finds Maserati sounding more "rock" than they have in some time, whether on galloping tracks like "Living Cell" or moodier ones such as "Mones Jura," where the grit and muscle remain underneath the gated drums and synth strings. The one song that could truly Czerwie - Melanż called danceable is "End of Man," a vocodered piece of robot rock that makes the way Matt Cherry intones "institutional" into an unlikely but undeniable hook.
Instead, Rehumanizer 's main attractions are its rock epics. Taken as a suite, "Rehumanizer I" and "Rehumanizer End Of Man - Maserati - Rehumanizer are just as impressive, with the former track cruising along on an unyielding rhythm guitar that acts like an afterburner, while the latter begins with what sounds like a more menacing version of the opening riff to "I Ran So Far Away," although the overall impression is more a murder of crows than A Flock of Seagulls.
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Maserati are premiering their track End Of Man exclusively with Prog. It’s taken from the US band’s upcoming album Rehumanizer, released on October 30 via Temporary Residence. It’s the follow-up to ’s Maserati VII.
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Nov 04, · Maserati's latest is a must-listen for anyone who dreams in neon and chrome.
The one song that could truly be called danceable is "End of Man," a vocodered piece of robot rock that makes the way Matt Cherry intones "institutional" into an unlikely but undeniable hook. Instead, Rehumanizer 's main attractions are its rock epics.7/
Rehumanizer by Maserati, released 30 October 1. No Cave 2. Living Cell 3. Montes Jura 4. End of Man 5. Rehumanizer I 6. Rehumanizer II Maserati are a band obsessed with process.
Rehumanizer. Rehumanizer is the most accomplished product of that process to date, a marriage of man and machine that plays like a supergroup comprised of Gary Numan, Cluster, and Pink Floyd. Building songs up bit by bit – and breaking them back down to their barest elements – Maserati fully embraced technology as a songwriting tool.