9/10 Brett Staff review, 30 April 2010
An overdue reissue of a long out-of-print favourite! A perfectly-formed album of sludgy, doomy, riffy, Sabbathy rockers that's as heavy is it is ridiculous (and it's definitely pretty ridiculous). The title track is a thing of glorious, chugging beauty and the rest ain't bad either. I remember around the time this album came out they played a show supporting Queens of the Stone Age in Manchester but my friends and I arrived at the venue slightly late, because we we'd been busy making sure we were adequately 'prepared', only to find that they'd just gone off and were being replaced on the stage by King Adora. It's possible that none of us present that night ever truly recovered. If you don't dig on the 'Snake you're no son of mine!
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