Colour Haze
Crank this to 8.5 of 11
Stoner rock
Sounds Like:
Kyuss, Bloodwyn Pig
Friday, November 30, 2012
The masters of gentle fuzz, weeping and melodic guitar work ... feeding immensely off of Kyuss' mellow tunes to create one of the tightest desert jam bands that truly love what they do and continue to produce. Yes they are not true originals, but man have they mastered the sound that embodies desert rock.

Hailing from Germany, Colour Haze's All is their seventh release and a great one. The vocals are never overpowering, rather very soft and at times dare we say, pretty. Give it a chance and try it first while you are doing some light reading or perhaps doing a tedious task around your house. You will take many pauses to breathe in the desert fumes of layered fun. Checkout the tune "Turns" , a great blend of acoustic guitar work with terrific slow melodic Hendrix like electric work, the contrasts are inspiring. "One" will give you a great feel for the album in 4 minutes.

This is a great album to introduce yourself to Colour Haze, as it contains the most variety and shortest song lengths as opposed to their other albums. Its the perfect album to round out your desert collection.

Standout Tracks: All, Silent
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