With calmer harmonies, but – contrary to ordinary bands of the genre – vigorously inclined to an imperiously fascinating style, the more harmonic and inherently minimalist guitar work predominant in the album reveals a solid and elegant style, that standardizes a cohesively elevated musical pattern. Remembering at certain passages an eloquent and rude, but virtuous southern rock, Moth has prominent guitar lines that basically led all the harmonies, in a consecrated leadership over the melodies that prioritize the instrument over its straightforward nuances of beauty, rhythm and dissonance, working over a consistent dynamic. Although at some point the album does become a little monotonous, this does not diminish at all the virtues and instances of its musical qualities, that can be considered way too superior in terms of creativity and musical execution.
A very good work, that unfortunately, declines a little over some time, nevertheless Moth, by Sons of stone, turns out to be a marvelous piece of work, that revitalizes several important aspects of the genre, ascribing to its salutary reverberations a fabulous sonorous description of lucid art.
While this record unfortunately can’t be considered a perfect work, it is profoundly inserted with several qualities that, besides being marvelously worked and refined to an extremely new level, are exceedingly necessary to stoner rock. With a more dynamic, vivacious and splendorous sound that seems alive all the way through, Moth reveals itself to be a truly magnificent album, that, by virtue of smaller faults, can’t be deemed a masterpiece.