Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Instrumental Argentinians...

Montaña Sagrada - Bucéfalo EP (2011)

Bit of a short one here for you today. But we're all about quality not quantity here so worry not, as this is a little gem!
There's a bit of mystery surrounding Montaña Sagrada (Holy Mountain), and when I say mystery I mean that I scoured the internets and found practically nothing about the band. What I can tell you about them is that they're Argentineans, 'Bucéfalo' was the Spanish name for Alexandra The Great's Horse (thats right, I've done my research!). They're instrumental and have successfully straddled the stoner and post rock genres with this, what I assume is their first release. Bucéfalo comes to a total of about 13 minutes over 3 tracks, not particularly long granted, but each track completely oozes with a quality balance of classic stoner jams and post rock instrumental composition. There's not really a lot more to say to be honest, hell, stop being lazy and go find out for yourself!

~ Jay

For Fans Of; Sleep, Arenna, Karma To Burn, Light Bearer, White Hills

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