Friday, 10 February 2012

Enchantress - Vol 2/Hear Her Womb War

This is prime psych/stoner/doom riffage with some
fantastic guitar work. I thought there were two vocalists
because of the high and low scales being sung but nope,
there is just one guy doing it all. The guitars are fuzzed
out and give up some sprawling jam work, leaving the
drums and bass to find their own groove.

The songs are riff based and have a loose blues feel to
them which really suits their sound when they press
the magic button entitled 'heavy'.

Clocking in at 4 tracks spread over 22 minutes, this
leaves me wanting to hear a full length album.

Free download from Bandcamp


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