10 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Occupying a space-time continuum somewhere between 1972 and the outer Milky Way, German stoner-rockers Kadavar specialize in super-fuzz guitar bliss, bombed-out bass grooves, and unabashed amplifier worship. On their fourth album, hirsute vocals echo from beyond the rings of Saturn as meaty caveman riffs and sci-fi sound effects create a thick, lysergic atmosphere in which songs about vampires, wormholes, and skeletons swirl around the listener’s brainpan in a hallucinogenic fog. Fans of spaced-out, heavy '70s jams will rejoice.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Occupying a space-time continuum somewhere between 1972 and the outer Milky Way, German stoner-rockers Kadavar specialize in super-fuzz guitar bliss, bombed-out bass grooves, and unabashed amplifier worship. On their fourth album, hirsute vocals echo from beyond the rings of Saturn as meaty caveman riffs and sci-fi sound effects create a thick, lysergic atmosphere in which songs about vampires, wormholes, and skeletons swirl around the listener’s brainpan in a hallucinogenic fog. Fans of spaced-out, heavy '70s jams will rejoice.

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