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Electric Magma - Coconut Bangers Ball (2007)
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 erickg13, from Metal Archives:
Quote:?Coconut Bangers Ball? is quite possibly the most startling example of an album that wasn?t by Kyuss (or one of its many off-shoots), that made me instantly think of Kyuss.
The majority of the album is instrumental. The songs themselves are bluesy fuzz driven rockers, similar to that of stoner bands like Sleep. There is also an emphasis on bass, not only the instrument, but the overall sound of the album, there?s rarely a very high end note to be heard here.
As said, the majority of the album is instrumental, but some songs do have vocals, and from what I know, their first exploration into this. The two songs that have vocals, ?Working the Red Eye? and ?The Chong Song? (maybe an offhand salute to Kyuss?s ?The Thong Song? ?), don?t differ or interrupt the flow of the music, as it seems to be built into the songs, and not placed on top of them. Also, the vocals are anything but natural sounding. They sound like they have been put through an effect loop a few times, and this can sometimes be a complaint, but it fits the music! ?Working the Red Eye? is by far my favorite one, but both are good.
The instrumentals, with some willfully silly titles (when ?Sludge Monkey? is the most normal title, that?s saying something), are filled with bluesy grooves, with emphasis on the bass. These could be extended jams, but are just fine (and probably better suited), being split up. In fact, the longest jam, ironically enough, ?Sludge Monkey? never comes close to sounding over blown or too long, also it ends in am almost drone-jazz fashion after a quick break.
Overall, Electric Magma?s ?Coconut Bangers Ball? is a classic stoner metal flavored album. Anyone who appreciates the music of bands like Kyuss or Sleep, or if they just like a good instrumental will surely enjoy ?Coconut Bangers Ball?.Tracklist:
Quote:01 - Workin' the Red Eye
02 - Newest Elephant
03 - Beer Can Chicken Jam
04 - The Chong Song
05 - Wolf Brother from Another Mother
06 - Atomic Soothsayers and Bovine Maidens
07 - Louder than Sixty at ten Miles
08 - Sludge Monkey