German Rock group Colour Haze bring a bit of the jazzy prog back to stoner rock. Amidst the crunch of deafening guitars their songs bubble with a subdued sense of melody and tone. The fuzzed up drugged out dirges are sprawling testaments to the Marshall Stack. Bits of Kyuss, Boris and other purveyors of sludge float in an out on top of murky vocals sung from behind walls of smoke that clear for just a second to let a clean tone of guitar through before being obliterated by sheets of volume. Their combination of space rock and the stoner sludge with an emphasis on some decidedly classic rock influences is a hazy concoction of all the right drug addled influences of years past. Their latest album Tempel is released via the band's own Elektrohasch Records.
[MP3] Colour Haze -Aquamarina