Reviewed by Greg Beets, Fri., Dec. 28, 2012
With Tia Carrera's Jason Morales producing, the Well crank out earthy stoner grime best suited for blacklit suburban basements. Both "Act II" and "Trespass" begin with fat-knuckle riffs that deftly set the stage for the rough and tumble extrapolation that follows. The droll dual vocals of guitarist Ian Graham and bassist Lisa Alley add an air of apocalyptic, party-down distinction to the local trio's Birmingham-loving bleakness.
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Doug Freeman, Fri., May 24, 2013
Kevin Curtin, Fri., May 24, 2013
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