With a little mixture of postmodern metal and southern rock, Cloud really reintroduces a gray atmosphere on the genre, but with a rude nostalgic flavor added to it. With a gray horizon of harmonies developing in a constant mood unbreakable and corrosive rhythms, the songs on Indeterminate are typical stoner rock/ metal songs, but exponentially framed in more peculiar mannerisms. With a slow and calm brutality that shapes anger in a more abrasive style, here we have five sonorous pictures impressively detailed and sculpted. Dispersing a more sagacious and diluted form of musical eagerness, this album calculatedly heals all the voracious famine of stoner rock enthusiasts, that here have a genuine resurrection of a style way too explored, abused and exasperated in several ways, all over the course of its existence.
With an axiomatic energy that works at the course – and not against – of powerful rhythms established over the creative stream of the work, these five songs are filled with the most surreal and captivating vibes and elements of stoner strength and authenticity, shaped at the core of an intuitive wisdom that really understands and foresees the waking of the marvelous components of the music. A forgiving ruin that adapts itself to be greater than the sky itself, if you dare to see this album in this perspective.
Sincerely, I see no major flaws here. Indeterminate is Stoner metal done right, with the grotesqueness of aggressive guitars perfectly aligned in an antagonistic dimension of beauty and hermeticism, directly envisioned in a lucid coherence that really honors the genre, as well as all of its most avid enthusiasts. An awesome work that really values every single guitar note, Indeterminate is a great album, amalgamated and infuriated at the very own invisible cornerstone of all the virtues that made Stoner metal/ rock to be what it came to be. Undoubtedly, an album to be proud of. You can be positive about that.