Alive Naturalsound Records.
The record starts out in medias res, truly in mid-jam with the drums pounding and guitars wailing on "Little Eyes" (available for download here). It's a spectacular 4:46 of brain-melting heavy guitar, drums and bass with strong rock vocals and some tasty keyboard licks thrown in for good measure. Second song, "No Time", has some classic boogie a la The Allman Brothers with more heavy guitar solos throughout - one thing I like about this band is that while they definitely take advantage of the length of their songs to play plenty of solos, there's not any noodling. It does not feel like time's being wasted - they fit a lot of sound in a relatively compact space. Half the songs clock in under 4:00 but are still filled with delicious, heavy and spacy guitar solos. It rocks, hard, but is plenty psychedelic.
Here's a performance video from Binic Festival in France earlier this year:
Here's "The Escape" from their previous album:
These guys are completely and unapologetically committed to a heavy rock sound. If you're not familiar with their previous records, and you like this sound at all, you are in for a treat.
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