Desert Suns.

So, I'm starting a new job on Monday. Though here nothing will change - I will be slow, but relentless! Otherwise, I'm delighted to point you towards another release that really captured my speakers these last few days; Desert Suns by er, Desert Suns. They are definitely Stoner Rock.. but much alike Kyuss also features subterranean rumblings, though arguably, not always Sabbathian in nature! 

The album is quite brief.. perhaps a track or two short in my humble opinion. But that's only because I wanted more! It's hard to exactly pinpoint what this band does that tickles me. But if you aren't going to even check out the tracks with that bomb artwork then more fool you man. Mmmmm riffs. 


Crobot UK Tour.

First ever UK Tour for Crobot! and from the jams above you can tell it won't be long until they've entered the general conciousness of you fellow boogie rockers. Dates below!


Sep 23 - Coventry, United Kingdom - Coventry Kasbah.
Sep 24 - London, United Kingdom - London XOYO.
Sep 26 - Glasgow, United Kingdom - O2 ABC Glasgow 2.



I'm having trouble keeping up with all the new releases at the moment, literally overwhelming. Glad Electric Wizard seem to have gotten their shit together again finally though. But in particular pleased Valkyrie have been signed by Relapse (along with new album!). This -should- mean they tour Europe which would be amazing.

But back to business and just out of the blue - only released a few days ago, is Громкость by MØR. No idea what this means, so feel free to enlighten me. The music kinda falls more in the hard rock side of things, but has enough other bits and bobs going on.. kraut rock moments, sabbathian plods and I guess what you could call some sludge influence. The final track is also easily one of the best EyeHateGod covers I've heard in a very long time too. They definitely sound very mature musically, just the ideas with the execution. That perfect balance between heavy riff and bluesy lead. In fact, my only complaint is that it feels I'm only listening to half an album - it's all over too soon!