Saturday, 5 August 2017

Stonerror - S/T (Album Review)


Release date: February 16th 2017. Label: Shit In Your Coffee. Format: CD/DD

Stonerrror – S/T – Tracklisting

1.Red Tank 03:39
2.Misbegotten 02:16
3.The Wolf 05:54
4.Los Hermanos 04:32
5.God's Guns 03:03
6.The Ride 03:06
7.Sierra Morena 04:33
8.Blues for the Red Sea 07:01

Band Members

Jarosław Daniel - guitar
Jacek Malczewski - bass, voice on "Misbegotten"
Łukasz Mazur - vocals
Maciej Ołownia - drums

Review

Stonerror debut self titled album isn't the most original sounds within the Fuzz/Desert/Stoner Rock scene. As you can hear influences from Kyuss to Truckfighters. Though that hasn't stopped the band releasing a brilliantly entertaining album overflowing with great riffs.

The album has a very cool thumping bass that fans of Truckfighters will enjoy. The songs may all sound the same and follow the same formula but when the music is that good you don't really care. Songs such as Red Tank, The Wolf, Los Hermanos, The Ride and Blues For The Red Sea is where the band excels the most with deliciously sounding Desert/Stoner Rock riffs packed with addictive Fuzz Rock grooves.

The production is very good indeed. Nothing too flashy but the right amount of volume that blends into the background of the music. The production allows you to become part of Stonerror's world where the riffs come at you at a fast pace. If you miss the early Desert/Fuzz Rock sounds of Truckfighters then Stonerror will fill that void. The album can be very psychedelic at times with Stonerror creating a more exciting sound that allows them and the listener to have more fun with their music.

Stonerror's debut album is a superb album from start to finish. It's not hard to see why it's received it's fair share of acclaim already within the Stoner Rock scene. Buy this album now. You won't be sorry.....

Words by Steve Howe
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