The first place you think of when you mention fuzzy space rock or desert/stoner rock may not be Norway but these guys are looking to change that. They are well schooled in the art of the heavily distorted groovy bass heavy sound we know and love. They have tried to sprinkle a bit of originality in there in the form of some bluesier sounds but make no mistake, this album is balls to the wall space/stoner rock worship.
Opener Pentobarbitol And Ethanol (yeah that one just rolls off the tongue doesn't it!) shows you just what to expect from the album. It's bass driven spaced out bliss and does not disappoint. The whole album continues on exactly as you would expect, indeed if there is one criticism one can point at this is that it's not very original, but then again, why try when imitation is the best form of flattery. The track Morphine does hint at more rockier inclinations but it is a mear toe-dip in the grand scheme of things and it does open out into a wonderful progressive section towards the end which I would have liked to see expanded upon. The song Green has a great blues tinged riff and is dripping with reverb drenched spacey goodness, the rhythm section is particularly impressive as it bounces and grooves along and is a personal highlight from the album.
So then, fans of space rock or stoner rock will find much to like here and is well worth your time, however, if you are not keen on either of these styles then move along as this album will do nothing to change your mind.