Without a word of introduction, the trio unleashed a tsunami of sludgy, down-tuned guitar fuzz, snarling bass and thundering drums. The simple three-note riff sounded like the best part of a Black Sabbath song, played at the wrong speed, for roughly 15 minutes.
To call the music “heavy” would be an understatement. The super-massive sound emanating from the stage had a gravity all its own. The band’s movements were labored, as if struggling to push the colossal sounds up a steep hill.
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