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some blistering, trippy lead guitar riffs. Recalls bands like Graveyard, Cream, Leaf Hound,
Buffalo, Mount Carmel. Excellent bluesy acid-head retro hard rock nirvana.
Other reviewers have made the Witchcraft/Graveyard comparison, which isn't at all unfair, but trust me: after listening to this album, you're not going to be saying to yourself, "Meh. These guys remind me of Graveyard... I think I'll listen to their 'Lights Out' album"; you'll be listening to this album again, and eagerly awaiting their next release. Seriously: if I owned this on vinyl, I'd have already worn out the grooves, I've played it so much. There's not a single second of filler on this album. Highly recommended.
Many of the other reviewers mention the bands they are reminded of. I'm not sure if that helps or not--I guess it depends on whether you are familiar with the comparison band. Agnes Strange, Lord Sutch and Friends, Wicked Lady, and a real obscure gem named Second Life came to my mind as I listened to these guys. Atomic Rooster also came to mind.
Yes, Black Sabbath also emerges as a point of reference--but that comparison is made so often on these darker stoner albums that it is almost meaningless. I shamefully fall prey to buying many albums that are compared to Black Sabbath. I do like most of them--but this is arguably even better than all but the best Black Sabbath albums. You will not be disappointed.
I bought the other Kadavar album--Abra Kadavar-- as well. It is totally worth having, but if you are going to buy just one to start I would suggest getting this one.
I'd love to see these guys in concert, I hope they will tour in California sometime soon.
The only problem is that now I want the physical CD...
Note: The import version features an extra track "Living In Your Head" from their single "Creature Of The Demon" and it's extra 7 minutes of awesomeness!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kadavar rocks! If you're a fan of stoner rock or 70's era power trio sounds. This is for you!Published 9 days ago by Singlemalt Scot
Classic old school Black Sabbath sound through and through. I felt like I was listening to one of my dad's records, but the modern sound of Doom was present as well and kept it... Read morePublished 14 days ago by jake textor
This is a debut album? The creativity and sound makes this album sound like they are veterans in the song writing business. Read morePublished 11 months ago by CTripodi
Man I thought good ole heavy metal was gone, boy was I WRONG! These guys really touch my heavy metal soul. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Penn2010
I just recently started listening to Kadavar and they are amazing. They sound straight out of the 70's. Read morePublished on July 21, 2014 by Matt