Canada's Aidan Baker and Tomas Jarmyr team up together to create a recording that mixes psychedelia, krautrock, space rock, ambient, noise and doom metal together and this is a review of t heir 2016 double album "Werl" which was released by Cossouling Sounds.
Ambient sounding drones start of the album and the music also brings in an improv feeling once the drums and clean guitars kick in and the music also gets very avant garde and experimental at times and after awhile the guitars start getting more distorted and heavier and most of the tracks are very long and epic in length.
Elements of both psychedelic and space rock can be heard quite a bit throughout the recording along with all of the tracks being instrumental and the solos and leads are very melodic and bring in touches of post metal and a great amount of diversity can be heard throughout the recording while the riffs also mix in the heaviness of doom metal and as the album progresses elements of noise can be heard and when bass guitars are utilized they sound very powerful and all of the tracks stick to a very slow musical style.
Aidan Baker and Tomas Jarmyr creates an instrumental improv that mixes in done, experimental, psychedelia, space rock, post metal, ambient, noise and doom metal to create something very original and the production also sounds very powerful.
In my opinion Aidan Baker and Tomas Jarmyr are a very great sounding mixture of psychedelia, krautrock, space rock, ambient, noise and doom metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this duo. 8 out of 10.