North Carolina's instrumental combo Irata
(guitar, drums, bass and saxophone)
offered a virulent synthesis of
and Led Zeppelin
on Irata (Pig8Pig, 2008 - Silber, 2010).
Loud clawing guitar, monolithic drumming and droning saxophone lend
Infinite Eight a savage quality.
They display jazz-worthy timbric dexterity in Pilgrim.
A more lively fantasy, Baby's Breath, is a romp through folkish
and exotic styles, elements that also permeate the
lugubrious Eye of Ra.
The slower Lemeloing blends psychedelic languor and gypsy frenzy.
The even more subdued The Myer is all about the haunting atmosphere,
with saxophone and drumming stealing the show from the guitars.
The album closes with the booming
storm of power riffs of Angel's Share, that nonetheless hides a
Joe Satriani-esque pictorial quality.
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