The standout qualities of this album are the flat female vocals and the fuzzy guitar. That’s not an insult. Sometimes an album like this can hit the spot. A flat vocal performance makes it feel a bit more trance-like, and while the riffs aren’t doom per se, they are mellow, and combine with the singer to lull the ear.
Luckily, I was able to find a video for a song, so you can hear how close my description is, and see for yourself that “flat’ does not mean “bad.” it is the opposite of “sharp” – if you will.
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The first thing to notice is the thick production in which the guitars ooze into your ears. The warmth of the distortion reminds me of stoner doom, but the riffs are sludge. I like when an album makes me try to orient myself.
The vocals are stertorous, cementing this is the sludge bracket, but the extra dimension of the guitars, the strange mix of fuzz, warmth, and atmosphere, tear at the confines.
If you are in the mood for sludge then this will satisfy beyond expectation, and you get to enjoy some ingredients outside of the style, which is quite stimulating.