A World Out of Time - THRILL JOCKEY
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By David C. Obenour on November 16, 2012
Committed psych, folk and early metal music crate-diggers could probably reference a vast and rich collection of LPs from the ’60s and ’70s that Eternal Tapestry’s work fits nicely alongside. For those of us outside that dusty and bespectacled record-fair-attending subset, know that Eternal Tapestry have brought together a wicked batch of psych-rock boogie that keeps you reeling from start to finish. Words like “cosmic,” “organic” and “jam” can get thrown around a lot and with good reason. A World Out of Time is inspired by the live show, so the jams come in and out like waves crashing against the inner ear of your mind. There’s also a painting of a space station on the cover. By now you should know full well if this sort of thing is or isn’t for you. Me? Hell yeah!