According play these British, but I confess I was the first one material that I have the pleasure of hearing.
The sound practiced by them is a Stoner / Doom, and the school was formed Electric Wizard and post graduate school Black Sabbath. A differential that is due to the banda singer, but a woman, Soph Day and his vocal timbre makes the sound somewhat enigmatic traveler.
Demeter's Grief opens the play and often becomes exciting and it's hard not to bangear psychedelic sound of guitars.
White Hoarhound is the second track, musically is a bit slower than the opening track and has a vocal line somewhat sticky and as soon as you're singing.
Following we Belial's Fjord , following a line more doom, and with his guitar line bordering on psychedelia and if the listener is carried away, he literally travels.
The Offering starts with some cryptic vocalizations, keeping the psychedelic spirit, but the following passage I found particularly vocal repetitive and not very pleased me, because for me it was missing something. Already in the following riffs and chorus pike back leaving it exciting. Perhaps this live track works very well and is one of the highlights of the night.
Chester Midsummer Watch Parade is heavy, slow and Soph's vocals reach melancholy sound. Gradually the band is gaining strength and increasing its speed.
Oak Rite I is an acoustic track with a line and Folk / Ritual vai creating a climate for the next track Oak Ritual II .
The introduction of this track reminded me greatly Saint Vitus, following the same footprint of the guitars and even the weather it. Despite its long duration, is one of the best songs ever produced by the band and is sure to delight fans in full Stoner and Doom.
It is worth mentioning the work of Greg Chandler (Esoteric) in capturing and mixing / mastering on behalf of Tony Reed.