maandag 16 december 2013

Number 16


Number 16

“Roasty finishing malts, balanced with just enough bitterness provides a traditional amber ale that is dark red to the eye, but not heavy on the palate. A beige one finger head remains for a long time. The aroma is rich with malts. Lighter citrusy hops are bright. And a touch of chocolate. The earthy tones come in mid glass…”
 

Today we arrive at Number 16. Again with a mere one point difference in regards to the Number 17, Purson. Hailing from that country that been doing so well the past few years in delivering that ‘retro’ minded goodness we all love so dearly. In this case we are referring to a Swedish self-titled debut effort that has a frontman in their midst that has already seen and experienced enough to slaughter the beast with ease. We are there for trusted to experience heavy rock in throwback mode that implores loads of doom weight, psychedelic shifts and stoner curveballs. Add to this that intense bluesy atmosphere, a truckload of fuzz and a chased vocalist that just shrieks, howls and wails himself straight into your very spine and you can be sure that the shivers you experience are the ones that you feel when you are on the right path… So let’s got slaughter the beast with them…



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