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Boomkat Product Review:
New York psych-noise loons White Hills unleash a follow up to their Glitter Glamour Atrocity album with this release for the UK's own Rocket Recordings. Regulars on the CD-R circuit, the band have already received a weighty endorsement from Julian Cope, but are bound to find themselves on the receiving end of far wider reaching endorsements from here on. Heads On Fire mixes the acid-trip propulsions of Hawkwind with the fuzzy aggro of The Stooges, resulting in some of the heaviest old-school rock manoeuvres around. These guys have one foot in the garage and the other on the moon, laying down krautish, tautly wound rock grooves in conjunction with some major Big Muff presence. Clearly White Hills are a cut above your standard issue psychedelic jam band, at times condensing their sound into sub-five minute, high tempo fuzz structures, while at others stretching out effects pedal experimentation over twenty-six minute vistas of swirling atmosphere and dust bowl textures. Ace.