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      Mos Generator 'Night of the Lords' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      Mos Generator

      Night of the Lords

      Devil's Child Records

      Released: May 3, 2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

      Mos Generator lineup:

      Sean Booth - Bass

      Tony Reed​ - Guitar, Vocals, Other​ Instruments​

      Jono Garrett - Drums

       

       Mos Generator hails from Washington and have been together since 2000. Their discography includes 7 studio albums, several split 7” and also 12” singles via various labels. I'm not going to categorize them strictly into the stoner metal genre because after several listens to Night of the LordsMos Generator capture the sound and add other essential features to step beyond the well-beaten path. 

      My top picks are “Easy Evil” and “Catspaw,” songs that are so easy to groove along to. “Easy Evil” is a Black Sabbath-y stomp brought authoritatively to bear. “Catspaw” interlaced the intricacies of Deep Purple. The live version of “Electric Mountain Majesty” showcases a deeper, richer bluesier shuffle. With both raucous melodies focused on groove and slower, more nostalgic pieces, Night of the Lords is performed excellently and with passion.

      Mos Generator can be boisterous or melancholic, performing both roles to a tee.

       

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