"This is the soundtrack to being trapped in a mudslide on crystal meth in the middle of the worst thunderstorm you've ever seen. Whereas I don't recommend that you ever put yourself in that situation, I do recommend that you GET THIS RECORD and imagine what it would be like to be that fucked. GREAT STUFF!"
"spacey psych-rock is still alive and fighting, but the Fog is a distinct pedigree. They’re dimension-shifting. They’re sound is both muddy and translucent, but never stagnant. The band members play not as themselves, but as a presence, generating one continuous sound surge that vibrates through the decades, alluding time. You need gills to breathe their oxygen, it’s that thick."
"Like other hard-psych-revisionists, these guys seem to have learned some of their guitar and vocal moves in a post-Dinosaur universe, but we were never too big on yappy emotive vocals anyway (unless it was Stackwaddy). Dark Fog manages to conjure up a good wad of psychedelic guitar overload." Byron Coley
"A future underground classic like they made in the good old days, you know you want some." (Simon Lewis/Terrascope)
"Literal comparisons music duo with Hawkwind, Amon Düül II, Spacemen 3, My Bloody Valentine, Flaming Lips, Dinosaur Jr., Acid Mothers Temple, Dead Meadow, Pharaoh Overlord, etc., Abused by foreign writers, was not taken seriously. DARK FOG successfully absorb all of the above and more, and from himself tricked out something different - in any frame does not fit. Just and still is - to relate to the music of another phenomenon of the "new musical aesthetics (psychedelic)." Inquiring students, researchers recommend!"
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I knew excactly what to expect after short look at tracks lengths over 20mins - ACID TRIP. This is a real race through space, at highest possible speeeed. I regret their gig in Warsaw last may was canceled due to covid pandemia. Marcin Wielewski