LORD FOWL – Moon Queen

Small Stone Records www.smallstone.com





Lord Fowl are a four piece consisting of Jon Conine (bass), Don Freeman (drums), Vechel Jaynes (guitar/vocals) and Mike Pellegrino (guitar/vocals) and this album sounds like a ling lost classic from the 70′s. They play hard rock but add in extended duel guitar solos, stoner rock and even a hint of Kiss on the chorus of ‘Touch Your Groove’.

‘Pluto’ is a superb guitar workout, sounding like Foghat by way of Monster Magnet, awesome listening. ‘The Queen Is Not Impressed’ is an instant hit featuring a massive chorus, little hints of Queen in the arrangement. A real standout track on the album. ‘Quicksand’ pulls the listener in (sorry couldn’t resist that one!) to a rumbling groove and the guitars meld well with the heavy drumming. ‘Split’ explodes out of your speakers, this band know how to make good music and listen to that throbbing bass line, you could smash crockery on it…

Make sure you don’t miss album if you like classic rock with a 70′s feel and some modern sprinklings. Lord Fowl know how to make a good album without flash solos for the sake of them and it is a great listen.


Jason Ritchie


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