Sila Vselennoy by Juice Oh Yeah, released 04 December 2013 1. Kozha 2. Spat' 3. Krug 4. Kozha Slona 5. Poslednaya This is the debut album of the Russian experimental group Juice Oh Yeah, whose style is influenced by such genres as stoner doom, blues and artists such as Earth, Morphine and King Crimson. The group's calling card is its original, innovative sound, which is created through the combination of overdriven, high-gain fretless bass and wild, chaotic drums spiced with cowbell. Presiding over this propulsive blend is a powerful male voice, which reverberates amid the groove
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Sila Vselennoy is the debut release by experimental Russian band Juice Oh Yeah, the duo of Boris Shulman (fretless bass and vocals) and Slava Lobanov (drums), influenced by stoner doom, blues rock, and Black Sabbath. The original release contained five tracks, but the promo I received contains an additional 16 minute bonus track SV (Amphetamine Mix). The first two tracks, Kozha and Spat’ are doom laden dirge-like dark gothic dissonant tunes. Kozha evolves into a growling guitar groove while Spat’ turns melodic as Boris’ vocals enter the mix. The third track Krug is one of the high.