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A very solid debut at the time of its release, Solace's Further seems a somewhat tentative and incomplete prelude to the much-improved excellence and more refined vision displayed by its follow-up, 2003's cryptically named 13. It's also a decidedly doomier affair when compared to its more hard-rocking successor, with long-winded doom epics like "Black Unholy Ground" and "Heavy Birth/2 Fisted" weighing in anywhere between seven and ten minutes in length. Shorter bursts, like the spinning vortex "Whistle Pig" and the acoustic surprise "Hungry Mother," also crop up here and there, but Solace knows its in its element when stretching out, and is not at all shy about ignoring the studio clock and cutting loose. As the band's chief sonic architect, veteran guitarist Tommy Southard (ex-Godspeed and long of the prolific New Jersey stoner scene) takes charge of the proceedings throughout, lending his impressive six-string chops to the energetic aggression of "Man Dog," the dirgy head-swirl of "Followed," and the gradually building intensity of "Angels Dreaming." Vocalist Jason, for his part, has a somewhat tougher time finding his voice, as his style is very often reminiscent of Monster Magnet frontman Dave Wyndorf, but that's a minor gripe considering he gets the job done. In short, Further delivered a satisfying doom metal experience and left a tantalizing promise for Solace's future efforts.

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If you are sick of wanna b rock bands that are all tattoos,long hair and not alot else,listen to these guys.Its taken 30 yrs but now Black Sabbath can pass on the torch

Heavy, fuzz-filled goodness

If you like fuzz, heavy riffs, and a little quirkyness, you will like this album. After listening to it for a couple of months now, I can honestly say I like this band. The musicianship is solid, the lyrics are not corny, and the guitars sound like they weigh a million pounds.

If you like Stoner rock you will, most likely, like this. They are a great band. Check out their other albums as well - the Wino shows up on one.

Thank you

Thank you for creating music from the soul. All your albums are amazing. Like Tool your are 1 in a billion.
God bless you


Se formó en: 1996 en New Jersey

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

The New Jersey metal group Solace was formed in 1996 by bassist Rob Hultz and guitarist Tommy Southard, neither of them new to the heavy rock music world. Both were one-time members of the band Cathedral and the metal thrash group known as Godspeed. With the release of only one album, Ride, Godspeed met an early demise, but Southard and Hultz weren't ready to give in. After placing the groundwork for Solace, Hultz and Southard added a singer named Jason to the group, along with drummer Kieth Ackerman....
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