I checked the daily news on my personal bandcamp algoritm and found the album. The song "Los Altares" started to soak me into a mesmerizing track between Sólstafir and My Sleeping Karma and a huge, semi-desert landscape with a mountain range in the back built up in front of my inner eyes. Then I read the band information and the band wrote "Patagonian band, Patagonian sound". Another example for that you can put a person out of the country, but you can´t put out the country out of a person....
King Buffalo´s latest release captures their power, tightness and their trippy atmosphere during their concerts. A brilliant production in which you can listen to the tension and silence in the audience. This is a really fantastic live record, the feedback between the audience and the band is phenomenal.
Ze Germans from Hachenburg/Hamburg kick quite in your ass; a record which develops like a good wine; The band uses actually simple patterns for their song-writing, but the songs really blast and force you to bang, no matter on which road of heavy sounds the band roams.
Karma to Burn are legend now, King Weed will be the new torchbearer of powerful and complex instrumental rock. Also one of the few instrumental bands with an idea to use Judas Priestesque harmony hooks and a production close to Priest´s "Stained Class" or "Killing Machine".