The major influence on this 9-song debut seems to be the "metal before there was metal" genre, like Sabbath and Zeppelin. There's also some basic punk, short cuts and instrumentals. It's very similar to Purple Knight in its weirdness. The lyrics make little or no sense, and some of the titles are uncommon words that may or may not have anything to do with the songs. Overall, it's an interesting piece-good if you're looking for something different, rather than a fluid, 3-chord grungefest.
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