Good morning folks!
Today we’ve got some fresh new jams from the Hampshire based stoner duo of Wolfshead. I talked about their music a couple months ago in this post, describing their EP as “a hodgepodge of different styles, with all of them still staying well within the burly ass beard metal side of the spectrum.”. You’ll be happy to know that the newest track, “Sword of Fire” picks up right where we left off.
One big mother of a lead riff takes charge right from the get go, giving the track a solid gallop to bang your head too. The guitar tone is just as burly to match, with a back-alley blend of crunch and distortion.
“Sword of Fire” is marvelously straightforward, there’s no gilding on the edge of this broadsword, just a metre of rough cut steel flying towards your exposed neck. It’s a groove chiseled from granite that doesn’t let up for the track’s 5:20 runtime.
All in all it’s one hell of a tasty track and I’m hoping we can get an album or EP chock full of these suckers in the near future. You can listen to the track via Bandcamp below and then head over to ListentoWolfshead to download the track for the low cost of free.