not quite as driving as TTD or Lemanis, but there are some wonderful moments on this album. love the floundering guitar squeaks in the beginning of Space Sabbath.
2nd fav track is bemused and gone Derp Tables
Let It Burn was quite a hard act to follow, but REZN has more than managed the feat with Calm Black Water. This new sonic journey through deep, dark, psychedelic oceans of expertly-crafted cosmic doom is every bit as trippy and immersive as the first album while still managing to stand out. Well worth the wait! THE ARK 666