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Acrimony - Tumuli Shroomaroom (1997)
Acrimony was a British stoner metal band who were active during the 1990s. Releasing their debut album in 1994, they are regarded as the pioneers of stoner metal in the United Kingdom, and an important influence upon the scene.
Although the band never achieved mainstream success, during their career they received much critical acclaim ? they were nominated for the Kerrang! Best Newcomer award and earned top review ratings. Acrimony have maintained a cult following in the British metal scene, their records reportedly selling for vast sums as collectors items. Allmusic described their musical style as "typical mid-'90s stoner rock" that "combined Black Sabbath's heavy metal riffery, Hawkwind's space rock excursions, and Blue Cheer's fuzzed-out psychedelic feedback with extreme doses of volume .... particularly reminiscent of desert metal gods Kyuss."
Since their split in 2001, Stu O'Hara went on to play guitar in Iron Monkey before the outfit disbanded, then he went on to form the Dukes Of Nothing with other ex-Iron Monkey members and members of Orange Goblin. Lee 'Roy' went on to form Swansea-based crust/trampcore, power violence six-piece Black Eye Riot along with Stu and Dorian. Darren and Mead formed The 9ine and Mead has his own trance project Yeti. As of 2008, Stu, Mead, Darren and Dorian have re-grouped and are currently writing tracks, although they're reported to be "different" to Acrimony. They are currently reformed with the new name Sigiriya. Lee 'Roy' Davies now plays in heavy merchants LIFER.
Review by Eduardo Rivadavia, from Allmusic:
Quote:After raising a few eyebrows via a competent debut album filled with budding promise, Acrimony proceeded to fashion one of the all-time classic stoner rock albums ever in 1996's mind-expanding and dimension-bending Tumuli Shroomaroom. Everything one could ask for from the genre's formative mid-'90s birth ritual -- sludgy classic rock grooves, corrosive acid/psych rock trips, epic space rock excursions, and pounding metallic aggression -- can be found here, allotted across nine songs of staggering creative breadth. So while lysergic yet relatively concise travelogues such as "Vy," "Find the Path," and "The Bud Song" bang out pointed, bruising riffs amid occasional bubbling sound effects, the sublimely stark "Turn the Page" stuns listeners with its delicate, interweaving acoustic guitars, and then Earth-targeting asteroids like "Hymns to the Stone," "Heavy Feather," and "Firedance" simply jam along for ten-plus minutes each, as they roar across the atmosphere. But wait, it gets better...the anthemic "Million Year Summer" provides an early album pinnacle by condensing all of Acrimony's (and, indeed, the entire genre's) soaring imagination and earth-shattering power into four minutes of pure stoner rock brilliance. And the "best song title" award (perhaps even the "best song" award, period) undoubtedly goes to the positively thunderous, hilariously emphatic "Motherslug (The Mother of All Slugs)" -- need more be said? If anything still does need saying, it is that, for all its broad musical strokes and longwinded compositions, Tumuli Shroomaroom makes for remarkably immediate listening, unveiling its otherworldly glories to all those who dare enter the mushroom.Lineup:
Quote:Darren Ivey - Drums
Mead - Bass
Dorian Walters - Vocals
Lee Davies - Guitars
Stuart O'Hara - GuitarsTracklist:
Quote:01 - Hymns to the Stone
02 - Million Years Summer
03 - Turn the Page
04 - Vŷ
05 - Find the Path
06 - The Bud Song
07 - Motherslug (The Mother of All Slugs)
08 - Heavy Feather
09 - FiredanceOne of my favourite albums. Enjoy!