BONE MAN & SAUTRUS got some awesome reviews for "Plastic Wasteland" & "Reed: Chapter One". We would like to shout out a big THANK YOU! Here are some links:
"Plastic Wasteland is a beautifully dark complex album packed full of great songs that will see Bone Man's reputation enhanced once again for creating such a fantastic album that will win them a whole range of new fans within the Stoner Rock community. Roll on the next album. Until then I advise you all to buy this must-have album."
"This album is an emotional journey. I thoroughly recommend you don’t try to dictate the terms and on which path you travel with it. It will take you where you need to go, whether you’re conscious of that or not. No doubt packing their bags to embark on their massive upcoming European tour, Bone Man are a trio to look out for. If you’re on the Bone Man path, you will enjoy this album immensely. If you’re dipping your toes into their pool for the first time, take my hand, we’ll dive together."
The back 4 tracks are all Mayan gold, honestly. Graveyards gave me visions of a young John Densmore and Robby Krieger, sans the Manzarek organ, jamming their asses off at the Hollywood Bowl and the tracks, Flesh Land and Undergrowth simply kick that retro fueled jam down into a heavy, blistering fire of crackling guitar and swamp gas groove. The album builds nicely throughout and finishes amazingly strong like a fine, agave tequila. It's one that, I think, deserves a few spins and a place in your valued music collections.
Hier hat Pink Tank Records definitiv ein gutes Händchen gehabt. Neun Punkte sind sicher – den Zehnten gibt’s, wenn noch ein bisschen mehr Abwechslung in den Gesang kommt. Besorgt euch die Scheibe (den exklusiven Presale für’s Vinyl von Pink Tank Records findet ihr hier!) und nehmt die erste EP Kuelmaggah Mysticism: The Prologue gleich mit in den Einkaufswagen!
"Pink Tank Records have unleashed a stoner metal monster with SautruS. Chapter 1 confidently builds upon the prologue in terms of overall impact. Whether you prefer mustard, sauerkraut or both, these Polish rockers in SautruS leave your appetite quenched and satisfied. Not only is there two capitol S's in the band name but their music takes on 2 of my favorite aspects of hard rock music; Dark and Melodic vocal tones combined with immaculately distorted guitar riffs and cathartic solos to die for. My only complaint is that the album ended and I am left longing for a polish sausage."
My fave track is the epic song – Suentist – which starts off as deftly played sombre track before Sautrus bring elements of classic 60s/70s Hard Rock to the party. Lead vocalist Weno is at his hypnotic best as you can detect a certain sadness behind his voice. Though the main focus is those god-damn awesome riffs as Sautrus make sure this album ends with an almighty BANG!!! Reed: Chapter One is an excellent album from these highly talented Stoner Rocks. Roll on Chapter Two!!!