Karma To Burn are a band from West Virginia that plays an instrumental form of stoner rock and this is a review of their album "Arch Station" which was released by FABA Records.
Drum beats and distorted guitar sounds start off the album before going into more of a heavy stoner rock direction and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and the songs also bring in the heaviness of sludge and doom metal and none of the tracks use any vocals and lyrics.
At times the music has an improv feeling to it along with some melodies being utilized at times and as the album progresses elements of 70's blues rock can be heard in certain sections of the recording but done in a more modern and heavier fashion and all of the tracks stick to a slow or mid paced musical direction and the last track bring s in a small amount of western movie samples along with the track being 6 minutes in length.
Karma To Burn creates an instrumental style of stoner rock that displays a great amount of talent, melody and skill along with the heaviness of sludge and doom metal and the production on the recording also sound s very professional.
In my opinion Karma To Burn are a very great sounding instrumental stoner rock band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Fifty Seven" "Fifty Five" and "Fifty Nine". 8 out of 10.