The Drunk Sessions is not nearly as heavy as what I normally write about, but the five tracks are still emotionally hefty.
Creating a dark atmosphere with careful, patient percussion, bass lines that seem to hum with the very vibrations of the earth, and creative riffs which run through several variations of doom metal.
The consistent thread is the consistent excellence of the music.
Father W. shows that genre is irrelevant in his ability to pour forth musical passion, rage, and disgust for the horrors humanity unleashes in the world around us.
From the thunderous energy of “Coil” to the chugging thwacks that accompany the heart-wrenching lyrics of “Ruse,” this album has a little something for everybody.
This volume might just go down as my preferred comp ever.
…rough, energetic, profoundly moving, yet subtle, magnificent and significant like a perfect work of art.
On Underground, Moto continue to create unique music that is so much greater than the sum of its parts.
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let us bask in all its vintage magnificence.