The Stonner doom metal or whatever you call it, I do not, is another of those musical styles that over the years has increased greatly in number of bands, and of course if we put them all on the balance sabbático many have that aftertaste that depending on the run as the degree of showmanship that they can achieve. For a change this time Alunah like many other bands this side are also English, so it is not difficult to foresee that their sound has a lot of the perennial Black Sabbath or other bands equally relevant to the style as they've been Solitude Aeternus or Trouble.Perhaps the great turning point when compared with other groups is that they have to face with a girl in the task of both vocalist and lead guitarist named Soph Day, and also permeate more groovie touch to his compositions that make sound more gancheros, melodic and direct hundreds more whose names appear monolithic structures always remain anchored in one spot.
Soph guitars and Dave Day have that point that sounds really desert, more pulling to the side of a Kyuss or Fu Manchu about when distortion starts to gain more notoriety as the good "White Hoarhound" whose central melody I found a joy in all of riffs. Soph's voice does indeed maintain that air volatile and that mystique so characteristic of Anglo-American doom epic. Generally have armed pretty well in those subjects called to be his most cathartic and soporific with tracks from the likes of "Belial's Fjord" or the ultra dense piece "Chester Midsummer Watch Parade" where the voice almost naked Soph welcomes you increasingly within this swamp is Alunah music. Good overall sound and instrumentally correct but of course if looking mosh and speed then you have the wrong store. Details and info inhttp://www.facebook.com/alunah.doom and http://alunah.bandcamp.com/ . If you want to get your copy you can do inhttp://shop.psycheDOOMelic.com