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Boomkat Product Review:
More classy stoner metal from J Mascis' other band, and no folks, I'm not talking about The Fog. The Dinosaur Jr. lynchpin sets down his purple Jazzmaster in favour of a pair of drumsticks and bandmates Dave Sweetapple plus Asa Irons and Kyle Thomas of that freakiest of freak folk collectives, Feathers. There's an undeniable authenticity to Witch's output, steeped in vintage heavy metal and the riff crunching sounds of the seventies. There are a lot of people trading in this kind of Led Zep/Sabbath influence nowadays, but few can pull it off as convincingly as this band, who can all play exceptionally well. Asa Irons might spend most of his time weaving wispy acoustic folk narratives (both in Feathers and in his capacity as a solo artist) but here he fires off searing fuzz-tone lead parts, apparently unphased by the presence of that arch lick-smith Mascis, who remains happily seated at his drum stool throughout. Definitely an album for those of you who thought Comets On Fire had been sounding a bit soft in recent years.