Fuzzy, sludgy, distorted, and druggy debut release from Cambridgeshire, England trio. It's full of chunky riffage a la Black Sabbath, but with a decidedly more up-tempo, hook-driven bent that includes some rewarding free-form jams. Does a good job of capturing the haunted gloom of a British manse in the woods feel. There is definitely more on this record than you'd find from your typical doom/sludge act.
Buy this record to accompany the grilled cheese sandwich you've just taken down to the basement where a Call Of Duty game awaits while Faces Of Death plays on the back wall projector.