2002 release and their second album. There would be a nine year gap before the next full length was released. Someone somewhere argues that this one of the best sludge/stoner doom records ever made. Not sure about that but it is very good. Sabbath are clearly a distant influence but after that it becomes a hellacious noise with the vocals buried deep in a reverb cave somewhere, becoming an ambient cipher rather than a way of delivering a message, and musically things slowed down to an almost Swans like pace at times. It’s all fuzz, feedback and excess for the most part.
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