Very like The Devil’s Blood (i.e., highly capable female singer with traditional doom metal/ rock music background), but more 70s rock/metal, less 70s rock/pop. If that made any sense.
Shut up. You read this site. You knew very well what I meant.
“Over and over,” a satanic T-rex, a heavier Kansas… “Pentagram and Crucifix,” almost like a track from Danzig’s eponymous debut (and very nearly as sweet) with its alternating time (i.e., downbeat to forebeat in the verse)… “Conviction” is an (improbably) Y&T-like ripper….
“The Way Beyond” fires up a lap steel-laced acoustic intro and slows things down for a minute or two, before igniting a “Children of the Grave”-esque riff–
seriously, if you’re reading this site, you love stoner/doom riffs. This track alone would complete you sexually: (more…)
January 27, 2012 | Categories: Album Reviews | Tags: Albert King, album review, christian mistress, Death metal, doom metal, Metal, music, possession, rock, soda shop.com, Symptom of the Universe, the soda shop | 3 Comments