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Boomkat Product Review:
These blues-rock revisionists, hailing from Ames, Iowa got The Black Keys' guitarist Dan Auerbach in to produce this monstrously good album, which takes its cues from the freeform instrumental workouts of Cream and Jimi Hendrix and the powerhouse riffage of Black Sabbath. Guitarist and vocalist Parker Griggs is at the centre of all the action here, with some incendiary wah-wah guitar solos the like of which you just don't get to hear nowadays, flipping between straightforward pentatonic and blues scales to more adventurous modal phrases without relying too heavily on effects to bolster his skills. It's not all full steam ahead though, tracks like 'Lickskillet' and 'Deep Blue Sea' feature rootsy acoustic blues playing with some beautifully crisp slide guitar and the echo chamber psych of 'Ordovician Fauna' suggests a developing experimental element to the band's already formidable sound.