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Boomkat Product Review:
This Washington DC-based power trio still have their heads lost in the more psychedelic elements of '70s rock music, referencing Led Zeppelin and Hendrix's Band of Gypsys in their pursuit of far-out fuzz-laden sounds. The album is ushered in with an undulating drone that gradually evolves into some echo-drenched guitar tones and cascading drum fills. By the time we reach the three-minute mark, the band's trademark stoner groove is in full-effect. In fact, the stylistic shift from weird atmospherics to pounding classic rock in opener 'Drifting Down Streams' is of Acid Mothers Temple proportions. 'Dusty Nothing' sees the early-Sabbath-style bottom-heavy blues-rock template being expounded upon with retro glee, while 'The White Worm' is mired in fuzzbox sludge, locking the band into a slowed down rhythmic pattern worthy of Earth, all the while dub-flavoured delay edits spin off the drums to up the weirdness stakes. It's not all five-minute guitar solos and pummelling psych-rock though: 'The One I Don't Know' conjures a kind of trance-inducing avant-folk complete with sitars and discordant acoustic guitar balladry, which proves to be a welcome mid-way palate-cleanser on this addictive, lumbering beast of a rock album.