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Baroness - Purple flac album
  • Performer: Baroness
  • Title: Purple
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Alternative Metal,Alternative/Indie Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal,Sludge Metal
  • Date of release: December 18, 2015
  • MP3 size: 1318 mb
  • FLAC size 1375 mb
  • Duration: 42:33

Purple is the fourth studio album by metal band Baroness. It was released December 18, 2015 through the band's newly founded label Abraxan Hymns. It is the first album to be released by the band following their involvement in the 2012 bus accident that left nine people injured; it is also the first album to feature new band members Nick Jost and Sebastian Thomson, playing bass/keyboards and drums respectively and the last album to feature Pete Adams before his departure from the band in 2017.

ALBUM, TITLE: Purple. Release year, date: 2015. Download Baroness - Purple (2015) for free in MP3 quality. You can download the torrent file on the top of the page. Look for more music Baroness. Music styles and genres.

That 18-song, 75-minute double album found the onetime sludge group making calmer, more melodic rock music, and seemed to presage a crossover. There was energy around the band, a palpable sense of momentum. But a month or so after the release of the record, Baroness got into a bus crash while on tour in England. It was a serious accident, a slide off the road, that stalled the Yellow & Green roll-out and almost ended the band. It was jarring enough that drummer Allen Blickle and bassist Matt Maggioni, who both suffered fractured vertebrae, ended up leaving the group.

Purple is decidedly their best album, housing their best melodies and riffs they’ve ever written, fusing the softer stylings of Yellow & Green with the passionate heaviness of Red Album and Blue Record. With producer Dave Fridmann (the George Martin-esque force behind the Flaming Lips’ pinnacle albums), Baroness open their sonic palette wide open, and the results are inspiring. Baroness have come so far from their early sludge metal sound. Purple flows with progressive songcraft, from the flush grooves of the instrumental Fugue to the chunky power pop of The Iron Bell.

Baroness' Purple album is surprisingly one of their best and most consistent records to date. I was kind of nervous getting into this. In 2013, they were in a bus crash, causing their original drummer and bassist to leave the group. After getting replacements, I wasn't sure if this album would have the same charm that made me fall in love with the band in the first place. Purple has some of the best Baroness songs I have heard yet. Shock Me, Chlorine & Wine, If I Have.

Released date 18 December 2015. Labels Abraxan Hymns. Music StyleSludge Metal. Members owning this album38.

Purple is the fourth album from Baroness, produced by Dave Fridmann. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Purple bursts out of the gate with the opening track Morningstar, a fiery rocker with a razor-sharp main riff and a tasty harmonized guitar solo. The single Shock Me is probably the most approachable song on the album, very melodic but still tempered with the intensity that Baroness is known for. Tight interplay among the musicians here, with some nice hi-hat barking from Thomson.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Morningstar Baroness 4:16
2 Shock Me Baroness 4:17
3 Try to Disappear Baroness 4:52
4 Kerosene Baroness 5:10
5 Fugue Baroness 2:34
6 Chlorine & Wine Baroness 6:49
7 The Iron Bell Baroness 4:24
8 Desperation Burns Baroness 4:14
9 If I Have to Wake Up (Would You Stop the Rain?) Baroness 5:41
10 Crossroads of Infinity Baroness 0:16


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Comments: (5)
For my money "Purple" is the best album I have listened to all year. From start to finish this album is incredible. Baroness created something here that is truly catchy and melodic, but also downright heavy. The guitar riffs and choruses are beautiful and filled with emotion. "Purple" is an album that metal fans and rock and roll fans can enjoy. It seems as if all their previous albums have amounted to creating this. If I was going to recommend an album for someone to start getting into the band, it surely would be this one. It almost has a radio friendly pop feel to it, but still is heavy. I know a ton of critics and music fans gushed over Deafheaven's "New Bermuda" as being the most emotional heavy album of the year, but I feel that Baroness takes that crown here with "Purple" Obviously they are two totally different bands, with completely different styles but Baroness is much more accessible to the average music fan. A great record. My favorite song from the album is "Try to Disappear" but all are brilliantly done.
За некоторые вещи можно похвалить, но заметные реверансы в сторону коммерческой музыки раздражают. На таком надо писать Pop-metal, все-таки.
I don’t review the metal genre very often, but when I do it’s usually something I really enjoy. “Purple” is no exception. The album opens with some lovely, electric guitars and drums which then quickly transitions into some fast paced, awesome sludge metal. The two opening tracks are amazing. So amazing in fact, it’s hard for the rest of the album to continue in such fashion.The midsection with the track “Fugue” is a nice change of pace, but after that the songs don’t really add anything new from what we’ve already heard earlier. The mixing on the album is also not the greatest and sounds very cluttered at times. Luckily the album finishes strong with the surprisingly heartfelt song “If I Have To Wake Up”.Overall this record feels more like a hard rock album rather than metal because it’s so approachable. I’m getting Metallica vibes, (especially on the vocals) it reminds me a bit of their last album “Death Magnetic” in some ways. “Purple” is however the superior record and I would definitely give this a listen if you are a rock/metal fan, or just a fan of great music in general.Fav track: Morning StarScore: 7/10
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A lot heavier than the prog metal on Yellow & Green, and a lot of emotional content to deal with. The return of Baroness is facemeltingly good.
"Purple" wouldn't likely disappoint any Baroness fan. They continue to show their various influences and continue to trend towards a less aggressive yet more complex sound. You can tell that the band has spent more time going over each of these songs and the album works well as a whole. The problem is that unless you caught this band live, there don't seem to be too many radio-friendly hits needed to attract new fans. Subtract one star in the overall rating as well for the vocals, which continue to be (for me at least) the weakest link in the Baroness chain.
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