terça-feira, junho 05, 2007

Acid King - III (2005)

"This is how it’s done. Acid King’s III is a testament to the heavy. My only complaint is the amount of time it took to get this fucker out.

See, Busse Woods, their previous paean to fluid distortion, came out in 1999. That’s a hell of a long time between albums, more than most bands’ careers. But on III’s seven tracks, Acid King prove - almost effortlessly, I have to add - that they’re among the leaders of psychedelic stoner metal. Less spacey than label mates Sons of Otis, more jam-oriented than doom outfits like Ufomammut and Electric Wizard, Acid King exist in a thunderous low-end that shakes foundations even at the lowest volume. Listening to songs like “”Wheel Nation” or “On to Everafter” is like watching molasses pour out of a jar. It’s thick and viscous, pooling together in a meaty muck.

And like molasses, it sticks to you. III’s one of those albums that refuses to let go of your subconscious. Chalk it up to Lori S’s spectral croon and her dense guitar riffs, or the heavier than thou rhythm section of Joey Osbourne (drums) and Guy Pinhas (bass). It doesn’t really matter. Acid King have tapped into a well of heavy. Let’s hope it doesn’t run dry."
(John Pegoraro @ StonerRock.com)

Tracklist: 2 Wheel Nation / Heavy Load / Bad Vision / War of the Mind / Into the Ground / On to Everafter / Sunshine and Sorrow

Download: hhttp://lix.in/8dcd77

16 comentários:

martin disse...

I got this on first release and gotta agree its great.

mike disse...



this album is fucking amazing.

Silver disse...

Muy buena música, he agregado un link desde mi blog, si te animas pon uno mío.



Good music, I've put a link in my blog, put one in yours if you want.....



Sarraceno disse...

Gosto muito dessa banda!!!!!!

Anônimo disse...

We actors don't get a lot of poolstoreuk till we get "really" famous - but we live and breathe our poolstoreuk regardless. poolstoreuk

Rafael disse...

seu blog tem muitas coisas interessantes, vou passar sempre aki.
Dê uma olhada no meu tb... quem sabe goste de algo; posto sempre hard rock. metal e progressivo

jota érre disse...

oi rs

Euclides disse...

Havia baixado muita coisa do seu blog, mas perdi o meu hd antes de passa-los para o cd. Muita coisa boa e dificil de encontrar outra vez, vários albuns do Orange Goblin, clips etc
não estou conseguindo encontra-los no AM, vc tirou estes albuns do blog?! Não faça isso...

virocana disse...


virocana disse...


Anônimo disse...

banda foda, Sabazão puro, mandou bem!

Anônimo disse...

Cingular Ringtones
Pay Day Loan
Stop Smoking
Quit Smoking
Mosquito Ringtone
Free Nokia Ringtone
Nokia Ringtones
Polyphonic Ringtones
Nokia Ringtones
Free Ringtones
Pay Day Loan
Car Loan

Anônimo disse...

Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

I have a download ringtone site/blog. It pretty much covers ##KEYWORD## related stuff.
Ringtoneplaats provides mobile media ringtones,wallpapers,logos,java games and more!!!.
Download new and latest java games,ringtones wallpapers,logos,videos and more on your mobile or cellphones.

Come and check it out if you get time :-)

halrom disse...

File not found?

Anônimo disse...

It's appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it's time
to be happy. I have read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or suggestions.

Maybe you could write next articles referring to
this article. I desire to read even more things about it!

my web-site - sian

Anônimo disse...

The roof used in this shed design is very distinctive. These finishing touches are
essential because aside from enhancing the
look of your shed they also strengthen the durability and weather resistance of the
structure. Having decided on the type of storage shed that you would like to build and also the site you will need to find out if planning permission is needed, building codes can vary
from area to area so its better to check than to go ahead and build
only to be told to take it down again.

Also visit my web blog; how to build a shed (http://s-cubist.com/?document_srl=6120214)