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Crank this to 8.4 of 11

Released: 2021

Genre: Heavy rock

Sounds Like: 10,000 Mods, Lo Pan, Hippie Death Cult

Homeland: Carolinas


Album Overview

  • 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


Track Listing:

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


Standout Track(s):

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.

Machina (5:15)

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.


Brew Pairing

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.

SHUN are:

Jeff Baucom: Bass

Matt Whitehead: Vocals And Guitar

Rob Elzey: Drums

Scott Brandon: Guitar And Vocals

Additional Musicians:

Mark Morton: Guitar Solo On “Heese”

J Robbins: Various Percussion

Follow SHUN: Facebook / Bandcamp

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