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Mlny Parsonz' hair-raising howl on 2010 EP Royal Thunder branded itself with "Sleeping Witch." Returning here, that incantation, combined with down-tuned leadoff "Parsonz Curse," cries Heart covering Zeppelin at every spooky psych roar. Banshee control inherent to CPR pounder "No Good" could use a few more thunderous tempos, but beware Parsonz's hex. ***

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