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Palace in Thunderland 'The King of the Empty Aeon' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Palace in Thunderland

The King of the Empty Aeon

February 22, 2019

Fuzzdoom Records

Cursed Tongue Records

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

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Psychedelic rockers from Massachusetts have recently released their new full length album The King of the Empty Aeon and when you put this in and go for a long drive, you get in the zone. The zone is something you can't quite pinpoint but when songs creep into those brain cells it must kick up endorphins that flow in and through you (check out “What is Human” and “What is Sanity”). With Andy Beresky (guitar/vocals), Adam Abrams (bass, keyboard, vocals) and Monte Newman (guitar/vocals), Palace in Thunderland envelope you in their spell.

Palace in Thunderland cite such influences as varied as Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, Soundgarden, Mastodon, Thin Lizzy, Fu Manchu, and The Melvins among many others. You can palpate all these influences throughout the album. Centered on primal riffs, they veer off in directions unknown, speeding up, slowing down, never the expected. My choice pick for some reason is “Fragments,” perhaps because it reminds me of Hawkwind or maybe it's the deep 70s groove of the fretwork. This is good stuff to groove to.

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