Monday, 19 July 2010

A Soda Shop Review !

The next album I’m reviewing here is self titled by the UK band, Domes of Silence. This (number) piece band plays a psychedelic stoner style of rock with hints of punk. The first song is a song that would have gone great on the “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” soundtrack. The name of the song is “Hunter ST” which is named after and about the author Hunter S. Thompson. Vocalist Sean Parkin reminds me a bit of a harder Sounding Morrissey. The song is a bit mesmerizing. There’s also a level of fuzz involved to give the song a Truckfighters feel. The second song “EJM” is a bit slower and mellower at the start then speeds up. After the chorus it slows down again. Very cool song. The final song on the EP, “Nightbus,” has more of a punk feel to it yet still fuzzy at the same time. This song would be a great one to either start off a show or get an encore going. This song can make you bob your head as you walk down the street with the earbuds in.

Checkout the Domes of Silence Myspace page to sample their tunes and get your own copy. For your convenience the video for Hunter ST can be viewed below. Let us know what you think in the comments.

Domes of Silence Links Myspace / Facebook

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