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Fu Manchu - Signs of infinite power
Fu Manchu (like the cool ass 'stache) has been around since the early nineties and are therefore pretty much dinosaurs in the stoner genre. Where many other bands have split up in time, these guys just kept on rockin' into the new millenium keeping their own stonersound on almost every record. Some might say they should have adapted and grown in time. I say why change a winning formula? With Signs Of Infinite Power they have released another speaker killing heavy record!

This record means business right from the start. Nice fuzz drenched heavy riffs come out the speakers from the start turning my Iphone earplugs into subwoofers! These songs feel like your good old blanky that you just can't throw away. The guitars are good and heavy, the strings on the bass seem to have 2 inch diameter and the drums do what the drums should do on a record like this. Scott Hill's vocals are, as always, in his own style and sound great in this environment.

Where songs like 'Webfoot Which Head' make your head swing in a good stoner matter, the following 'El Busta' and 'Eyes x 10' rock your socks off! The title track is grooving like a mofo all the way! Fu Manchu proofs te be resistant to the sands of time, they change by not changing at all. Signs Of Infinite Power is a great groovy stoner record that every fan of this genre should have in his or her collection. It's also available on vynil in various colors which we all know is much cooler than mp3s or CDs. They're currently touring Europe so go check them out if you can!
Fu Manchu - Signs of infinite power
82/1001Details Century Media
Released on Monday Feb 1st, 2010

Writer @LondonCustoms on Monday Feb 1st, 2010

Tags: #Fu Manchu
Tracklisting 01. Bionic Astronautics
02. Steel Beast Defeated
03. Against The Ground
04. Webfoot Witch Hat
05. El Busta
06. Signs Of Infinite Power
07. Eyes X 10
08. Gargantuan March
09. Take It Away
10. One Step Too Far
Line up Scott Hill - Vocals, Guitar
Brad Davis - Bass
Scott Reeder - Drums, Backing Vocals
Bob Balch - Guitar
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