Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Alice In Stonerland

Thanks again to Alberto from King Bong for sharing their second album!
Over a year ago I've posted the first album of King Bong here. That album called How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bong was a recommended masterpiece. Now King Bong is back... And how! Their second album Alice In Stonerland is again an awesome piece of work.
This trio has entered the studio without any ideas. The result is this excellent album full of improvised instrumental Psychedelic Stoner Rock. If you enjoyed the album How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bong, then you have for sure to listen to this album. Enjoy!

“Alice In Stonerland” has been recorded live, as usual, as we believe
this is the only way to capture the rawness and liveliness of the rituals held
in honour of the King Bong.

We also decided to experiment a bit. For the first time, under the guide
of the beast, we entered the studio with our minds completely free. Nothing had
been written or rehearsed, we just pressed the REC button and let the music

The result is 34 minutes of improvised music; you may find the audio
quality isn't the clearest, but it's free, so don't complain. We hope you’ll
enjoy your listening experience of “Alice In Stonerland” as much as we enjoyed
playing it.

If you like what you hear, you can order this EP for 5€ (including
shipping costs)!

(Release note)

King Bong - Alice In Stonerland (2010)

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