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8/10 Ant 15 June 2007
Ohhh ooohh aahhhaah I'm a silly monkey scratching my bum and throwing poo while listening to Tomahawk's third album. Mike Patton is pretty keen on concepts / themes. This time round he's assembled his band (minus Kevin Rutmanis who also left the Melvins) to create a unique fusion of rock and native American chants / folk. On first listen it's a little strange but you kind of expect that from Patton. Ex-Jesus Lizard dude Duane Denison and Helmet dude John Stanier are both masters of their instruments. I fucking love bananas me.

8/10 Justin Summers

This sounds like Tomahawk-circa Self Titled album Fantomas-ing traditional native American chants. I also hate reviews that do all that comparison nonsense that I just spurted. Unfortunately, my limited vocab forces me to describe this new album this way. Pretty much everything that Mr Patton touches turns to gold and this is another prime example. As soon as I turned on the CD player, such wonderous, magical noises erupted from my speakers that my knees went to jelly and my mind went wondering to the American plains. John Stanier's time in Battles has certainly enhanced the percussion on this album and it seems that the departure of Rutmanis has only made Denision's guitar (and now bass) more intuitive, fluid and embracing. A brilliant new album from Tomahawk.


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