Mountain Czar Digipak

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Release: 26.02.2016
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Release Date Feb 26, 2016
Genre Stoner Metal


Since their highly acclaimed 1997 debut album, Karma To Burn’s riffdriven,
heavily grooving instrumental songs have reflected almost the entire
history of international rock music. And as we all know, composing a song
without vocals requires lots of concentration on the continuous flow of the
arrangements since Karma To Burn have no singer to cover up any weak
passages. For this reason, their tracks come across like a rollercoaster ride
which goes up and down, keeping the suspense going throughout. Their latest
album is called Mountain Czar and is intended as a tongue-in-cheek reference to
the band’s stylistic direction because in the early days, the music by this
American trio was referred to as stoner rock although none of the musicians
smoke marihuana. Then their style was labeled desert rock although Karma To
Burn don’t hail from the desert but from West Virginia, which is also called ´The
Mountain State`. “So it practically suggested itself to look for a term which really
suits our music,” guitarist William Mecum smirks.


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