Describing their music as "hypno-drone-rock'n'roll", the Black Angels actually make that brainwashing kind of psych rock where the guitars sound like a watch being dangled in front of you. 'Directions On How To See A Ghost' continues the political inclinations of the band's lyrical and sonic motifs, influenced in particular by the apocalyptic novel 'We'.
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9/10 Jack Customer review, 29th June 2015
The Black Angels' debut Passover was an exciting surge back to '60s psychedelia, full of mind-bending drones, trippy guitars and a truly inspired vocalist in Alex Maas. Direction To See A Ghost continues things in the same vein. Granted there isn't much new to TBA's sound, but this doesn't bother me. They have such a distinguished sound already that varying it too much after just two releases was never necessary. Directions is another great album from The Black Angels that firmly cements them at the forefront of modern psychedelic rock.
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