A great album with some bluesy overtones and some proto-stoner rock elements. The 70’s psychedelic heavy jam rock influences are obvious, with some guitar solos Space-ing me out while reminding me of the heaviest and more psychedelic Pink Floyd guitar solos...at other places, I feel Deep Purplized. The musicians made those influences their own. The rhythmic section is heavily pushing you into crossing that Desert (in the midst of an heavy waawaa storm). Climb that Moutain! You’ll like it!! David Yvinec
People hear various influences in this bands sound. It seems to me their biggest influence is Andrew Wood/Mother Love Bone. The vocals certainly are a nod to Andy's stylings and there are references in the lyrics too.
Anyhow, this is a great album and I'm not aware of anyone else (tho' I'm sure there is someone) who is covering this territory.
It's sleazy and swaggering mixed with a stoner heaviness and I keep coming back to it.
A Nice album cover doesn't hurt too! Crinklechips
this goes so directly into the head. very varied, but always straight forward. I've seen them live, close your eyes and off you go on a journey into psycho-space. Great riffs, surprisingly round for a first cd. racing_burki