As debut EP Pangea prepares to drop ahead of a headline show in The Kazimier , Getintothis Craig MacDonald believes The Vryll Society are a band destined for greatness.
The newest additions to the iconic Deltasonic Records family prepare to release their much anticipated debut EP next month when The Vryll Society unleash Pangea on October 26. The monumental quintet have formed and astonishing array of sounds that justifies the rising hype that surrounds their every move. This is a band that are on the cusp of something truly great.
On the four track EP, The Vryll Society are able to create hypnotic soundscapes that mesmerize you as they float you along a sonic voyage of lucid delights. In the melodic cavalcade of opening track Coshh, the group channels elements of Neu that challenges your mind set. The uplifting Air finds the enchanting vocals of Mike Ellis blend in perfectly among the waves of atmospheric guitar that build to a breathtaking climax.
The mysterious workings of Metropolis finds the five piece delve into near on bohemian blend of nomadic guitars against a dominant beat creating a diverse number. The progressively devastating jam The Egg ends the EP on a rising number that continues to push boundaries. Altogether its a stunning release of epic proportions that the thought of this being a debut EP is inconceivable at times.
On October 21 The Kazimier will play host to a headline set from the group as part of their UK tour. Ask anyone that was lucky enough to catch them blow away FestEvol this year and they will tell you that this is going to be one gig you do not want to miss.