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Electric Magma - Snail the Wah (2005)
Electric Magma formed in 2000 in the tiny hamlet known as Toronto, Canada. Emerging from the ashes of previous musical endeavors, the thunderous trio comprised of Tryg Smith , Tim Reesor and Neil Lukewich-Pheaton forged ahead with their vision of sonic eruption.
Halfway up the fuzzed-out sludge ladder, somewhere in between the metal boogie rock of Clutch and the surfed-up stoner rock of Fu Manchu, lies the sound of burning liquid rock. Electrified Magma.
While many groups struggle with the concept of applying vocal melodies over their musical groove, Electric Magma opted to side-step this dilemma and simply forgo the vocals and in their place drop in double the riffs. While the lack of a singer can be a crippling obstacle for many a lesser band, it has only added fuel to their collective fire and driven their fuzzed-out riff rock into another dimension.
Notorious merch whores, Electric Magma are second only to KISS when it comes to pimping the name onto anything and everything?soup to nuts, condoms to candy bars?their merch table alone is often an event unto itself, representing a bigger spread than Grandma?s baked goods table at the local church bazaar.
Promoting the release of their latest album entitled ?Canadian Samurai II?, which was released in the spring of 2011, Electric Magma barrel ahead like a runaway freight train. This latest record may in fact be every stoner rock fans wet dream as they have created the ultimate sing-along for psychopaths and hard rocking maniacs. It?s riff rock karaoke night at the Sirloin Saloon, so grab your beer and belt buckle and give it your best.
Review by Klaus Kleinowski, from CosmicLava:
Quote:Three young Canadians have listen to a lot of heavy 70's Rock, as well as Kyuss and Fu Manchu, than decided to form a band with the concept to base their instrumental rock on a lot of jamming and improvisation. As a result, here's their latest effort, which has been released in 2005 on Around Ahead Music. 'Snail The Wah' is divided into two parts: the first one includes eight songs, which have been written before entering the studio, while part two is coming up with five songs, that are based on improvisation and spontaneous ideas during the recording session. But don't expect any kind of wild and orgasmic hippie noise; in spite of all jamming ELECTRIC MAGMA have more or less straight songs, and they created a fat, fuzzy and heavy sound.
And ....not to forget the excessive use of wah-wah pedals. This all sounds very nice and, at least, that's what it really is - a nice, but very average album, too. This is just riff after riff, sometimes more groovy or more mid-tempo, but I've heard all this sometimes somewhere before. OK, they've executed this kind of heavy and stoney sound in a promising way, and the production builds an emphasis on the warm and thick tube-driven heaviness, but ELECTRIC MAGMA should improve their jamming qualities and/or songwriting abilities. But I guess, that other people will really love this band for what they are doing. So, all you stonerheads - check out the Canadian underground and discover ELECTRIC MAGMA!Lineup:
Quote:Tim Reesor - Guitars
Tom Brouard - Drums
Tryg Smith - BassTracklist:
Quote:01 - Intro Song
02 - Red Dragon
03 - Two Shots of Jager and the Bill
04 - Snail the Wah
05 - Cusp of Aquarius
06 - Aquarius
07 - Attack of the Big Brown Eggs
08 - Interlude to Part Two
09 - Beertastic Bongfoolery
10 - Lost Shadows and Diatribes of an Albino Groundhog
11 - Rage of the Desert Love Song
12 - Bongtastic Beerfoolery
13 - Lacuna Crush
The Cd is "divided" into two parts:
Part 1 is songs 1-8 which are studio tracks,
Part 2 is songs 9-13 which are improv jams.