This four piece psych/doom metal band hails from the depths of Chicago, IL. After forming and starting their dark writing path in 2012, they first released their EP, Endless, in the spring of 2013. The exciting news is that they’re releasing their full album with the same name which is to be released on March 4, 2014.
The cover art is gorgeous, sinister, and chock full of witchcraft. I’ve never seen anything like it, regardless of the naked woman. Black and white with heavy shading and energy in the form of drops.
Their first track, “Good Times” has a similar sound to Blood Ceremony in not only instrumentals, but strong female elements in vocals.
Following “Good Times”, is “The Tower” which reminds me of The Fields of the Nephilim this time. Powerful with a bit of a gothic rock feel mixed into their doomy sound.
A couple songs later comes in “Full Moon” with an acoustic start and soft vocals. Creepy and dark, like you’re being followed while walking through the forest on a full moon.
Lastly, what impressed me most about this album is their two songs, “Mescaline” and “Mescaline II”. The two part journey takes you on a mescaline like trip, making you feel as if you’ve taken too much and you’re trip is turning a little sour, getting worse as the night progresses.
Really nice and clean album. Good beginning, climax and ending. Very great work, especially for their first full length release! You can hear their influences and similarities to other bands, but they still have their own twist, themes, and ideas in their work which makes them original and psych in their own way.