Album review: Desert Storm – ‘Sentinels’ (APF Records)

Desert Storm – ‘Sentinels’ (APF Records)

Desert Storm artworkIn the words of Rich H, “the UK’s contributions to stoner rock and metal has always been something of an odd proposition. Black Sabbath may have laid the foundations for the genre nearly five decades ago, but the UK’s offerings to the herb-soaked art of the riff have always paled in comparison to our prolific doom scene. The odd Orange Goblin that does arise usually has to fight against a tide of husky voiced imitators of the American stoner sound, meaning the wider scene has remained largely stagnant thanks to the scarcity of original acts. For the past decade Oxford-based stoner rockers Desert Storm have teetered on this line of homage and soundalike status.” Have they managed to move off this line with this, their fifth album? Find out on the other side of the link:

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