Although the songs are very short, they seem to have an exacerbated and highly concentrated energy, despite calmer elements. In some moments, you can’t avoid being contaminated by a terrible sense of monotony, but even their slow passages are arbitrarily interesting. I can’t say I have found this album to be a masterpiece, but Stonerror have an essence of its own, that captures the real reflex of a true musical proposal.
I really have a problem with their style, which sometime is more ecstatic than usual stoner rock bands. But since they effectively introduce some psychedelic components into their sound as well, I think you can positively say that they are in the right path for the consolidation of their own style. And they do this consciously aware of their versatility, competence and creativity. The amazingly powerful and dissonant guitar lines easily displayed seem to be the strongest element of their music.
In my personal opinion, enthusiasts of stoner rock will really appreciate this album. Following the tradition of the genre, but not too closely, they really known how to work on the development of a singular style, staying true to the precepts of the genre at the same time. Technically, they are simply marvelous, although very simple. The instruments are splendidly well played, and the production values are above average. In the end, Stonerror manages to be a good album. But somehow I feel they really have potential to expand their musical boundaries, going far beyond the results achieved on this album.