Release Date: January 25, 2005
Reviewed by Jeff Brinn
From the very first lo-fi riffs I new I had a keeper. Seemless are that lucky little gem you find with out searching out. Like a hard hitting bong hit, Seemless pummel the listener with a concoction of stoner rock laden metal sure to fuel the lose of such acts as Queens Of The Stone Age and Kyuss.
With a roaster of members formally of such acts as Killswitch Engage, Shadows Fall, Overcast, and Medium, SEEMLESS have very high prospects of creating a worthy buzz even with straying far from their earlier endeavors. With a very Sabbath induced mixture of blistering sludgy riffs and well-crafted tracks, SEAMLESS carry the torch for stoner rock done in all the right ways. Where most bands of these genera only give out a few good songs barley enough to give out a contact buzz SEEMLESS pound you into cronic oblivion with their hypnotic beats song after song.
Fans favoring such bands as Trouble, C.O.C., Down, and other highly respected acts should seriously check out this slab of bluesy metal. It’s a shame that a band of this caliber will easily slide past the ranks of success other so un-worth acts achieve but some times for the listener this is a godsend.