The pxrtals delivers a refreshingly alternative album
The new album release from The Pxrtals is an alternative rock opus with some edgy pop overtones and an incredibly colorful and cinematic sound.
The One Night album is packed to the brim with ambient aesthetics and 90's alt-pop shimmering from behind the surface of each track.
Insane energy and some hard hitting back bone along with fuzztone vocals scattered throughout it's hardy courses of dark choruses and sonic soundscapes.
There is something about drums that slam while guitars distort with heaviness and passion while vocals feel smooth.
The album feels almost like a neon lit dream you are freaked out by at first, then when you wake up you're dying to get back to into it so you force yourself to sleep again.
There are classic rock influences surrounding the record constantly and amazingly robust choirs belting haunting backing vocals creating different worlds with each new track.
The Pxrtals know how to design giant masterpieces that sound erratic but are incredible to soak in.
With some songs you even have to shake it off once it's ended before moving on to the next.
Impressive style that sets these guys apart especially with sound experimentation and still being able to give some insanely deep grooves.
It's safe to say One Night pushes the envelope and does it tastefully so.
Excellent work and refreshing to hear something like this coming out.