3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Yes, it does exactly what it sez on the tin.,
This review is from: Pure Rock Fury (Audio CD)
While nu-metal maybe the in vogue sound of metal right now, there are plenty of bands out there who are quietly fashioning an alternative and more original style in the many sub-genres of this most mighty of categories; stoner rock (into which this platter probably falls), hardcore and thrash to name but three.
I was hitherto unfamiliar with this band who do have a number of early releases, but "Pure Rock Fury" puts them fairly and squarely on the map, with its huge, overwhelming sound; the strangulated fuzz guitar riffs like a bastard throughout and is very heavy, without a duff track in sight (always a good sign). If forced, one might say it's Led Zep meets Kyuss, but you need to check these guys out for yourself.