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Naam manifests a signature brand of super-sonic and ultimately mesmerizing heavy psychedelia. Trance-like and punishing at times, this trio of psychonauts (John Bundy-bs, vox; Ryan Lugar gtr, vox; Eli Pizzuto drms) mold elements of classic psychedelia and prog with modern elements of jam-heavy bliss and apocalyptic amplitude. Naam's self-titled debut is more so an aural-intoxicating odyssey than an album. In its increasingly dark and sinister progression, the album depicts an unholy spiritual journey in the search for a higher plane of enlightenment. RIYL: Deep Purple, Hawkwind, Sleep, Floyd.
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Product Details

  • Vinyl (November 3, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Tee Pee Records
  • ASIN: B002PHVHCG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #362,636 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By James A. Gordon IV on April 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
First, I purchased this album based on approximately one song I'd heard online. It does not disappoint. The sound is a mixture of Om, Electric Wizard, and at times I hear vocals that remind me of 80's Hardcore Punk. I was happy with the album and had it on repeat for about a week non-stop, but then I got a chance to see them play live last night at Spaceland and they blew my mind.

All in all - this album is great, they play great live. If you're into psychedelic stoner rock/Doom metal, you will love Naam.

Support this artist and buy this album. More importantly, see them live if you ever get a chance.
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This is the first review I've written on Amazon and I am doing so because
A: This album is extremely great, and
B: I am disappointed that there are so few reviews for this album.
I bought this a couple of years ago, (it is now Spring 2012), and I have listened to it hundreds of times since then. From the first subtle sounds beginning the slow building opening track Kingdom, you can tell you are in for a treat. The track proceeds into a heavy, fuzzy, echo infused, doom tinged onslaught that weaves effortlessly between somewhat aggressive elements of hardcore and into bong ripped, sitar laced mystic grooves.
From this point on you are pretty much under the spell the record weaves.
The album has a lot of stylistic diversity and brings to mind more than a couple of genres. While it is tempting to draw comparisons to other bands both contemporary and past I think Naam does a great service to music in general by allowing disparate elements to integrate into a seamless and cohesive whole.
Preview the tracks here. I think the small taste you'll get will convince you to check out this album. It ties together really well and is great to listen to all the way through and more that once in a row.
Buy this album, support this band and buy their EP that comes out in a few days. Cheers!
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Naam is a underground Psychedelic Metal band from Brooklyn, New York. They released their debut self titled album in 2009. I came across the album on Youtube, and was immediately intrigued by the opening 16 minute jam of Kingdom. I immediately found the album on Amazon for a very good price and bought it with no doubt.

The album contains 10 cuts, and has a very heavy psychedelic and drone sound. They remind me very much of another great band named Om. Of the 10 tracks I particularly enjoyed the opening Kingdom, Skyling Slip, Fever If Fire (probably my favorite track on the album), and Icy Row, which sounds very Om inspired. It takes a little time for the album to sink in and grow on you, but once it does it quickly becomes addictive.

I had to deduct 1 star from the review however, because I found some of the songs to drag a bit. Songs like Frosted Tread and Black Ice go on for a little bit too long. I find the most powerful and interesting part of those 2 songs to be in the first few minutes, making the final minutes a bit disappointing. The vocals are also one area of concern, as the front man is very fuzzy and his vocals never really take off. He is mixed pretty far back, which is not unusual for this genre of music. I suppose that these type of vocals work fine for this style of music, but they just aren't my cup of tea.

Overall I would highly recommend getting this album if you want to get away from the simplistic and rather generic mainstream music we are being fed by the radio on a daily basis. Naam is for real! Also check out their latest album Vow, which is a lot more mellow and shorter but equally as killer.
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