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Boomkat Product Review:
One-man classic rock dynamo Adam Payne returns to Holy Mountain for a sublime dose of timeless songwriting and overdriven guitars, sounding like the more trad-oriented moments of your favourite Dinosaur Jr albums. In fact, lyrical fuzztone solos are strewn all over the album, J Mascis style, and Payne never fails to sound like the real deal, showing off deft six-string skills and howled, grizzly bear-style (the beast rather than the band) vocals. At times Payne knuckles down to some raw, hardcore-influenced dirges like 'Never See You Anymore', whilst at other points he seems to locate the precise point at which prog intersects punk - particularly on the epic 'Incidental Arrangement'. Weirder still, you'll find Payne aping 'Sloop John B' before wigging out righteously within the seven-and-a-half minute space of 'In Hell'. Ace.