[schema type=”review” name=”LOIMANN-A Voluntary Lack of Wisdom” description=”Label: Argonauta Records” author=”Milla Smile” pubdate=”2018-11-09″ ]
The Italian band “Loimann” released their third album “A voluntary lack of wisdom” this November. The record includes eight tracks from intro to otro literally.
You know, it’s pretty annoying to get anything what you didn’t expected for. For example, expectation of stoner rock with psychedelic vibes, not-so-balanced melody and light dark odor. Or maybe (post)doom with killer riffs, growling voice and deadly dark odor this time. Not a thing had found in “A voluntary lack of wisdom”. Influencers to be named by band (“Monster Magnet”, “Kyuss”, “Fu Manchu”) have nothing compare with. It might be “Queen of the stone age” in their very bad days, “Them crooked vultures” with not working equipment or “Led Zeppelin” vinyl smashed by truck. I think you already understand how it’s weak. For acquaintance with “Loimann” I recommend couple of tracks like “I Own the right to tear me apart” and “Mass redeemer”. There are not as bad. You can be impressed for length of songs at least. Honestly, I tried my best to find something worthy but I gave up. I’m sorry.
The Chinese proverb says, “Teachers open the door but you must enter by yourself”. “Loiman” didn’t take a step and, seems, to shut that door instead.