Absolute monster when talking about US hard- rock private pressings. Hailing from Florida, Bolder Damn released this beast in 1971. Ultra- heavy, "raw- in- your- face" sound with devastating fuzzed- out guitar, solid rhythm section and manic vocals.
First discovered and reissued by the legendary Rockadelic label in 1990, the album has gained a cult status among new fans of 70s proto- doom & hard- rock sounds since then. After many of years of being out of print, we present the definitive vinyl reissue of "Mourning": original artwork, fold- out insert with liner notes / interview with singer John Anderson and rare pictures. Remastered sound.
Highly recommended if you like Sabbath, Blue Cheer, Pentagram, MC5, Sainte Anthony's Fyre…
"Bolder Damn produced a surprisingly assured and accomplished set of fuzz- laden bad trip boogie with a touch of proto- metal, which laid mostly unheard outside local followers of the flame until their latter day discovery" - Jeremy Cargill (Ugly Things)