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Clouds Taste Satanic 'Second Sight' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Clouds Taste Satanic

Second Sight

Release: October 25, 2019

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio


Brooklyn based post doom instrumental band Clouds Taste Satanic return for the second time this year with their latest release Second Sight. I really love when a band just keeps on working hard that they can produce an equally delicious second offering in one year's time.


Second Sight proves to be equally hypnotic as a follow up to April's Evil Eye (go take a listen, you'll love it). The title track is perfect for an evening like today, sitting on my porch amidst the autumn leaves falling all around me, crisp delicious cool air, only the flicker of my Halloween lights as I delve deep into this album. I am visited by the ghosts of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, traveling the road of 60s psychedelia eventually arriving at the door of the 70s, Cream, Sabbath.


Oh the beautiful comforts of this album as it touches all the roots of what would flow into the rock and metal of today. I always enjoy spending time with Clouds Taste Satanic. They further prove that vocals are not necessary to deliver you to a soothing realm.





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