24 August 2018
Gloomy New York rockers INTERPOL launched their new, sixth LP entitled MARAUDER today. An overall darksome journey dominated by the band’s obscure signature guitar electricity and Paul Banks somber, yet arresting vox. Although their heavy-hearted tone sounds familiar the trio succeeds to stir your senses profoundly with several sharply
oiled strokes. A compelling longplayer, definitely one of the group’s best efforts.
TURN UP THE VOLUME‘s key tracks: The Rover / Complications / Flight Of Fancy /
Mountain Child / Surveillance / Number 10
NME’s impressions: “The NYC trio sixth album is a bold and artful evolution,
though it’s so claustrophobic you may long for a sense of release.” – Full review here
CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND writes: “Interpol shoot themselves in the foot on ‘Marauder’.
Poor production and mixing choices detract from an otherwise emotionally intense album.”
– Full review here
THE GUARDIAN says: “They seemed shackled to their early success – but this affecting
and immediate album sees Interpol break free of the past.” – Full review here
READ the band’s in-depth INTERVIEW with NME here