An evil person brought to Muld a laptop with a CD-player, and a good person brought him this – pointlessly, unpronounceably, unintelligibly freakishly titled – but otherwise superb music disk.
Something definitely boils in the domestic hard rock bowl, and things are a-happening. The audio-medium "The Night Dog Sessions" sounds like the most honest and angry hard rock straight from the late 60s; the five-track disk brings to mind the wrothier experimentations of firstly the truly ancient Black Sabbath, but in some places also of Deep Purple. By the way, a man much wiser in the world of music shared his knowledge, telling me that all the songs were recorded with 40-year old equipment. You can definitely hear it. It has an all-around adequate effect. If they would only change the name of the band, everything would be extremely fine.
Author: Ahto Muld Zine: KesKus (an Estonian bi-monthly np) n