Album review: Ancestors – ‘Suspended In Reflections’ (Pelagic Records)

Ancestors – ‘Suspended In Reflections’ (Pelagic Records)

Ancestors artworkLA based post rock merchants Ancestors have been a band Jim R has really admired ever since he got turned onto them via their superb 2011 EP ‘Invisible White’, describing the band’s sound as “a perfect mix of prog, doom, stoner and psychedelic rock, played at a slow pace with power, passion and a large dose of melancholy”. But, with a new stripped-down line-up, has it been worth the six year wait since their last album? You know what to do to find out:

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