Something strange has happened in Norway. Something very strange, that suddenly prompted a large number of local rock musicians to abandon their pop and progressive roots to enter expressive paths, very rough, shooting and tortuous, bringing the hard-rock of the early seventies to the grunge and noise abrasions that have marked the beginning of this decade so deeply. Ideal spokesmen of the scene are undoubtely Motorpsycho, now expanding their discography with a cd single featuring five excellent episodes devoted sometimes to the masters Black Sabbath (the title track, already included in the vinyl edition of the latest Demon Box), sometimes to the most rough and furious crossover (Fleshharrower), sometimes to the underground and disquieting psychedelia (the bright cover of Jefferson Airplane's The House At The Pooneil Corners), the new version of Sister Confusion, and sometimes to some ethereal and sick "experimentation" (Viscount GriSnah).
A kind of companion to their 'Demon Box' album, 'Mountain' is 5 songs and over 30 minutes long. Raw and rootsy stoner rock for burnouts and degenerates.
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MOTORPSYCHO - Mountain (EP)
Label: Voices Of Wonder
Genre: Rock (Stoner Rock)
03. The House At Pooneil Corners
04. Viscount Grisnah
05. Sister Confusion