Released: Jun 2011
Label: J&R Adventures
Black Country Communion came together at a Guitar Center in L.A. But the location might as well have been the TARDIS. For their second long-player, the super-group rocks out as if they're living in the 1970s. What a lot of stoner rock bands struggle to capture, these dudes do with ease. Riffs are jagged, grooves are tight, and former Deep Purple howler Glenn Hughes sounds fantastic. The production feels digi-sterile at times, but overall, 2 is another more-than-solid effort. Do yourself a favor and begin your journey with "Save Me," a seven-minute epic that sounds like Rising-era Rainbow.
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