Wild guitars and fearless hostile vocals seems to be the main ingredient behind this album, although this is only a fragment of what this band shows, along the way. With protuberant melodies, and powerful rhythms leading the instruments to a major apex of sonorous ambivalence, this album is really a huge reshaping of the genre as a whole, departing from a very genuine proposal. Nonetheless, the basic structure of the songs appears to be pretty traditional, while the musical walls created by the exceedingly exponential guitar lines are a major source of sonorous ascendancy.
A marvelous album, that is as moderately aggressive as it is wonderfully elaborated, Slaves of Doom shows a more transparent, dynamic and versatile side of stoner rock, that reverberates intensely throughout the delirious thirty eight minutes of this major musical journey. With an infuriating power, their sound explores uninterrupted colors of deliberated symphonies, that technically are wonderfully whimsical as well. Undoubtedly, Slaves of Doom is a compelling and original work, that shows the seriousness and the competence of a band that is constantly growing and evolving, to excel in what they do. A goal that, considering their talent, is something easy to do.
With unforgiving melodies that blows out the ordinary aspects of stoner rock, and incisively adding audacious elements to their sound without losing the core and the objectives of the genre, Stone Cream one more time displays into the scene a magnificent album, that emphasizes the fact that they came to stay, and to leave their mark in the underground scene. With the astounding work of art that Slaves of Doom proved itself to be, the band expand their musical horizon, achieving a frontline that scores their music as one of the strongest acts of the genre. With an aggrandizing work of a major category, Slaves of Doom, by Stone Cream, is a wonderful record, that strongly resonates by the four corners of the genre, whatever and whenever is played out loud!