|Voodooshock / Voodooshock|
|Add Date:||2004-02-16||Pull Date:||2004-04-19||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||Mar 7||Feb 22|
|1.||Mar 04, 2004:||Dolce! |
|3.||Feb 18, 2004:||Brownian Motion |
Fountain of Freedom
|2.||Mar 01, 2004:||Adventures in Volume |
German doom metal/stoner rock on a Hungarian record label. Heavy medium paced and the usual influence of Ozzy era Black Sabbath. They rarely pick up the pace, most of the songs are long and things usually center around the heavy guitar riffs. It’s not all super heavy, there are some nice melodic parts. |
**1. Spoken sample and rolling drums to being then a big heavy riff comes in. More of a heavy rock-n-roll feel but still rooted in Black Sabbath.
**2. Slower and more melodic. I love the guitar tone. Catchy.
3. Full on Black Sabbath with somewhat cheesy hippy/stoner lyrics.
4. Slow and heavy but somewhat stiff love song lyrics.
5. Just there.
6. Slower and more melodic.
7. Slight 70s boogie rock feel.
**8. Big doom guitar riff. Some blues-y guitar soloing. Never speeds up…feel the doom.
**9. Slow, heavy cover of the Moody Blues hit “Nights in White Satin”. Slow and heavy enough not to be annoying.
**10. Slower, longer, sadder and heavier. A little bit like old Cathedral.
OK stuff. -mph
|1.||Fountain of Freedom||6.||Living in Paradise|
|2.||Rainbow Sky||7.||Electric Mind|
|4.||Lady||9.||Night's in White Satin|
|5.||Amazing Fire||10.||We Cry|