classic '70s rock riffs & tightly locked, jammed grooves provide the muscle for soaring, dramatic vocals that bring to mind a less raw ozzy osbourne.
on the galloping opener ‘art of invading’, fuzzy guitars & drummer pinkerton’s steady 6/8 groove provide a sterling intro for the semi-mythical, gleefully overblown vocals, ‘atlantis’ displays some of the most impressive, & chillingly calm, vocal harmonies on the record while ‘jetsun dolma’ examines devotion, enhanced by saufly-mitchell’s otherworldly keyboard. throughout, the album is driven & lifted by the stellar guitar work of isaiah mitchell & a lot of nostalgic love for raw, riff-led hard rock.
- Art Of Invading
- Jetsun Dolma
- Shady Grove
- The Curve