Release date: 09 May, 2020
Label: Self Released
Release type: EP
Best track: The Black Sea of Trees
A thick and fuzzy weed haze with a steam roller array of colossal riffs. The Canadian trio return after the s/t EP of 2018 to deliver more delicious, oily, sticky, groovy Doom.
An album rife with many of the classic tropes of Stoner, it’s still fabulously enjoyable and loaded with more groove then you can swing a (hockey) stick at. Riffs piled upon riffs for a slow tempo with bass lines so booming they shudder your very soul. The deep distant vocals add both an eerie and psychedelic touch to an album firmly rooted in Doom territory.