Melvins – Hostile Ambient Takeover – Pink Vinyl Record
Hostile Ambient Takeover is the 18th studio album by the American rock band Melvins. Hostile Ambient Takeover was released on April 16, 2002.
Some tracks include “Black Stooges”, a track that pays homage to The Stooges with its title and features Melvins’ signature heavy and sludgy sound. “Dr. Geek” is nown for its dynamic shifts in tempo and intensity and “Little Judas Chongo”: A longer track that explores various musical elements, showcasing the band’s experimental side.
The album cover features distinctive artwork that complements the album’s title and the band’s aesthetic. Hostile Ambient Takeover was produced by the band and recorded at Sound City Studios.
The album received generally positive reviews for its heavy and experimental sound. It is considered another example of Melvins’ ability to push musical boundaries. Hostile Ambient Takeover is part of Melvins’ extensive discography and contributes to the band’s reputation for blending various genres, including punk, metal, and experimental rock.
Melvins’ approach to music often involves a mix of heavy, sludgy riffs and experimental elements, and Hostile Ambient Takeover is no exception. The album showcases the band’s ability to create diverse and challenging music within the alternative and experimental rock genres.
Baby pink colored vinyl
Gatefold sleeve, limited to 3,000 copies. Including a download card and a 12-page booklet
Brand new, never played and still sealed in the factory plastic
Little Judas Chongo
The Fool, The Meddling Idiot
The Brain Center At Whipples
The Anti-Vermin Seed