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Boomkat Product Review:
There's always room for some smoky slowed-down heavy rock around these parts, and ever since Earth unleashed their mighty 'Hex' on us all, we have been hypnotized into a permanently doomed state, lying in wait for the next slice of windswept metallic Americana. It seems then that the unusually moniker's Souvenir's Young America are here to help, and like Grails before them they take the framework of instrumental rock and give it a kick up the ass as they show they ain't afraid to turn those amps up to eleven. Fusing the chunky sound of Ash Ra Tempel and Amon Duul II with the heavy rock of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin there might not be anything intensely 'current' about what the American band are attempting to produce, but what they lack in originality they make up for in attention to detail and sheer conviction. These are great tracks, and it's that simple - these are tracks you can turn up loud and simply let wash through you like all good instrumental rock should do. Slow burning and deeper than Loch Ness there should be plenty in here to get involved with and 'An Ocean Without Water' is one of those records that you find yourself getting more and more involved with the more you delve into its murky depths. Nice to see some of the old post rock crowd aren't afraid to take things into more experimental realms - lets hope there's more where this came from!