7 09 2009

A couple of days ago I was sorting out the big pile of promos sitting in my room and I came across the new Nebula album. I hadn’t listened to it for a bit, so I stuck it on the stereo (ok, it was the DVD player, but don’t judge me) and it rocked, so I thought it’d be a good idea to reprint the review I did it for NME a month or so ago.





If you’ve ever found yourself feeling slightly mournful of the fact that Josh Homme is increasingly crawling up his own bum-hole with each new Queens of the Stone Age record, then cheer up chum as Nebula  provide the perfect alternative for anyone craving some caveman rock. ‘Heavy Psych’ is a heady blend of Kyuss and Stooges riffage (before Iggy became an insurance salesman of course) and it’s the kind of record those two dudes from Little Nicky would, like, totally love. Don’t fret if you’re not a hairy handed rocker with a penchant for punk tempos though as trippy tracks like ‘Aphrodite’ and ‘Little Yellow Pill’ will definitely appeal to anyone who loves the new Kasabian album too. Edwin McFee

DOWNLOAD: ‘Crown of Thorns’




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