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Boomkat Product Review:
This is the sort of music that makes me want to shop showering daily. It's a part of my upbringing I'm not proud of, but when I miss a shower I feel terrible - I feel unclean and slightly sticky, smelly and a generally a bit wrong. However, the more I listen to stomping progressive psychedelic rock, the more I feel like dodging incoming soap and letting my hair fall into neatly egged dredlocks. I want to start believing in the healing power of crystals and homeopathy, start enjoying over-stewed vegetables masquerading as 'east Indian cuisine' and talking about that time when I 'lost myself in (insert trendy country here)' and I want to have a rich mummy and daddy to fund my pharmaceutical-fuelled excesses. Luckily whenever I have these urges I'm reminded to look in the mirror and realise that in fact I'm a bespectacled loser who spends most of his time typing up music reviews on the computer in his nice, clean environment, wondering about the rising prices of free range meat at Tesco - nice to know that I can still enjoy Mammatus though. They might be likely aiming their hugely enjoyable headbanded sound at beardy fellers the world over, but it's bloody good, and if you've got an interest in what Earth would sound like if they started making Krautrock then you really need to take a closer look at this one. So it might occasionally lapse into Hawkwind-lite rock excesses, but I can handle that, in fact when I'm not pretending I'm hip I actually dig that kind of thing. The first track here is where it's at, a twelve minute monster it builds from intense percussive prog into a half-speed rock monster, almost forcing you to ingest the acid that is leaking from the speaker cones. It's absorbing stuff and further reason to get all misty-eyed about the lovely Holy Mountain label - grab it, rock out. 'Nuff said.