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Savannah, Georgia's BARONESS blow the lid off their cauldron of hall of fame riffs on their first record for Relapse and debut full-length titled the Red Album. With a sound built upon a solid sense of purpose and shaped by hindreds of explosive live shows, BARONESS position themselves at the forefront of heavy music with an epic album that is at once powerful, expressive, confident, and commanding. The Red Album see the band expand its sonic vision; colossal riffs and haunting vocals roll like thunder across epic songs spanning both the intense and the sublime. As the Red Album proves, BARONESS' formidable reputation precedes them for a reason.

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Rays On Pinion
  2. The Birthing
  3. Isak
  4. Wailing Wintry Wind
  5. Wanderlust
  6. Cockroach en Fleur
  7. Aleph
  8. Teeth of a Cogwheel
  9. Grad
  10. O'appalachia
  11. Untitled

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 4, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: September 4, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • Run Time: 57 minutes
  • ASIN: B000TXG3YA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,088 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Fernando Benítez V on September 13, 2007
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This is a message to the whole world: go get this album asap! All I can say is Baroness have created a new brand of metal! I'm not pulling your hair; the music contained herein sounds fresh and unique. Paradoxically, their influences do shine clearly and can even blind you sometimes. I would say this guys listen to older stuff, not all those bands they get compared to on the horrid sticker Relapse usually sticks on their cd boxes. I mean, yeah, maybe Mastodon, High on Fire and Isis- I don't really care: it's just an advertising strategy to call young kids' attention... Don't know how old these guys are, but if you asked me, I would compare them to excellent and timeless rock bands such as Thin Lizzy, Wishbone Ash, Maiden, Rush,Kyuss, a bit of K. Crimson, probably Sabbath, Helmet, Fugazi, and the Melvins!! Now, if you want newer stuff, I'd say Kylesa, Zebulon Pyke and Don Caballero (the album was produced by Kylesa's Philip Cope, and though loud and heavy, the sound's crystal clear, which can only help Baroness' melodic yet powerful and enticing sound)... This year has seen lots of great underground stuff released: The Hidden Hand, Mammatus, Tragedy, etc. But these guys have released an album that made me feel twenty years younger, when I wasn't old and jaded; I mean,I remember when I was 15 and excited about a new DRI, Voivod, COC or Celtic Frost album! Same exact feeling: as if I were part of a beautiful, reddish dawn. Something that calls forth paradoxical images of hope, longing, nostalgia, adventure and non-pathological solitude! Yes, indeed. I'm in a poetic mood thanks to this awesome music. In fact, I'm not even going to single out stand-out tracks, no sir! They're all great, from start to finish...Read more ›
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THE BAND: John Dyer Baizley (vocals, guitars), Brian Blickle (guitars), Summer Welch (bass), Allen Blickle (drums & percussion). Origin - Savannah, GA.

THE DISC: (2007) 11 tracks clocking in at approximately 56 minutes... however the last untitled track is 11 minutes of silence followed by a 60 second garage jam. So in reality, there are 10 tracks coming in at 44 minutes. Included with the disc is a 6-page booklet containing song titles/credits, musicians, and thank you's. Album cover artwork by front man John Dyer Baizley. Recorded at The Jam Room in Columbia, SC. Label - Relapse Records.

COMMENTS: A new album with an old familiar sound... like those garage days are being revisited. Heavy guitars and a loud bass dominate the melodies. The rumbling is raw and stripped down - no keyboards and sound effects. I've had this album for several weeks now and I can't help but hear elements of early BTO, Black Sabbath, Kyuss, Fireball Ministry, Isis, Black Stone Cherry, and Mastodon (though not as progressive and not as much vocal growling). Hard rock (borderline metal) with a southern rock flare. I'd also swear I heard some of Molly Hatchet's triple axe rhythm guitar licks too. First and foremost - the band likes to jam. The intros to the songs are long - sometimes 2 or 3 minutes before the vocals enter. There are 4 instrumentals on this "Red Album" - the beautifully acoustic "Cockroach En Fleur", the trippy "Aleph", "Teeth Of A Cogwheel" (with an intro reminiscent of Steve Miller's "Swingtown"), and the slow chugging "Grad". What first hooked me into the album was the opener "Rays On The Pinion" - a cool intro - nice rocking jam that gets heavier as the song progresses. Another highlight is "Isak" - some heavy bass along with some great drumming and hi-hat work.
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Right now I'm in the process of getting all Baroness' albums, having started with the "Yellow and Green" double set, then "Purple", and now "Red". So will I get the "Blue" album? You bet. What we have here from Baroness is a sure footed hard rocking debut that shows they were solid songwriters and players from the git go. We place them in metal because they are very heavy, but they also have a fine sense of melody, diversity and actual tuneful vocals and lyrics that puts them in the world of some of this country's best heavy bands, like Mastodon, except a bit less proggy, Clutch, and Torche. Throw in influences from the classic bands of the '70's including some twin lead guitar that harkens back to Thin Lizzy, and Baizley's voice especially on latter albums does sound a bit like the late Phil Lynott, and you get a good sound with plenty of hooks that should please anybody who claims to like hard rock, including those who refuse to listen to anything past 1980, but that's their loss and their tough s***.
"Red Album" is a straight out rocker. The more sensitive stuff, including some truly ethereal songs on the "Yellow and Green Album" would come later. It makes good company with Clutch's self titled second album and "Pure Rock Fury" and Mastodon's "The Hunter" to name a few but is original enough to not be a knock off of anybody else.
I would give it five stars if it wasn't for a gimmick I hate - putting "hidden" tracks at the ends of CD's, usually 10 or more minutes for a jam or something that could and should have been in with the rest of the album, or wasn't worth the wait for. When the music stops, I'm not waiting around that long to hear anything, and I wish bands would quit doing this crap.
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