Crank this to 8.4 of 11
Genre: Heavy rock
Sounds Like: 10,000 Mods, Lo Pan, Hippie Death Cult
Refreshing and clean heavy rock with splashes of psychedelics and stoner rock
The nine tracks were recorded by each member in isolation, which is pretty damn impressive
The album was produced by J. Robbins (Clutch, The Sword, Jawbox)
Very unique and distinctive album cover art by the one and only Alexander Van Weiding
The lead vocals have a Dave Grohl feel without sounding like Foo Fighters
There ia a surprising amount of jamming to be found on this album
1. Run 3:49
2. Sleepwalking 3:44
3. At Most 5:35
4. Machina 5:15
5. Undone 4:33
6. Near Enemy 3:51
7. A Wooden House 4:56
8. Heese 3:53
9. Once Again 5:32
At Most (5:35)
This song is so damn fluid with mellow stoner rock and heavy grunge like rock. Plus the soft percussion and bass work hits a soft spot on our ears, it sounds tremendous.
The vocals has us coming back for more. Great duel singing by Scott and Brandon. The change in direction at the 2:49 mark is so comforting. Again, we love the percussion here.
Near Enemy (3:51)
Swift percussion steals the show on this track. It just rocks.
Grab some Neon Fantasy IPA by Icarus Brewing in Lakewood, NJ. This 8.1% ale is brewed with lemongrass and Citra is a bit sweet and bitter with a ton of flavors. A nice pairing with Shun.
Jeff Baucom: Bass
Matt Whitehead: Vocals And Guitar
Rob Elzey: Drums
Scott Brandon: Guitar And Vocals
Mark Morton: Guitar Solo On “Heese”
J Robbins: Various Percussion