One of the best doom albums I've heard in a really long time. I like that their sound is more anchored in 70s hard rock, as opposed to, say, NWOBHM or gothic or stoner doom. It's also a very punchy album - both the guitar and bass sound really muscular. The bassist gets to really stretch out on this album.
As a completely random aside, I don't think I've seen it mentioned before, but both TTD and Eye the Tide start the same way the previous album ends, further advancing their trilogy motif. Smekermann
Wow, what a killer album! I'm new to this band, and can't deny that their name got my attention as an old Flaming Lips fan. This is such a cool blend of heavy and psychedelic. I really hope to see these cats play live, I'm sure they put on one Hell of a show. benpachi