All Them Witches ?- Lightning At The Door What really makes Lightning at the Door such an engaging listen is how the band manages to combine these various influences, which have all been rehashed to death, so seamlessly that they come out sounding fresh. Although one influence may be clearly prevalent during a certain song, "The Marriage of Coyote Woman" seems like a nod towards Dazed and Confused type Zeppelin song writing for example, the band never stray too far from their core sound and are all the stronger for it. Throughout the album the lines between rock and metal genres are blurred as what sounds like an alternative rock track in "Charles William" quickly explodes into a loud crescendo of stoner rock distortion so much that, when the album ends, you're left wondering what exactly you just listened to. With this second album, All Them Witches have shown tremendous growth over their debut. The simple stoner alt rock formula they experimented with on Our Mother Electricity has been developed and fine tuned into something unique and fresh. The album remains engaging from beginning to end thanks to it's countless twists and turns as it weaves in and out of the various sounds it encompasses. Lightning at the Door comes recommended for any fan of rock and metal. Robby Staebler - Drums Ben McLeod - Guitar Charles Michael Parks, Jr. - Bass, Vocals Allan Van Cleave - Keys
1.1 Funeral for a Great Drunken Bird 4:24 1.2 When God Comes Back 3:34 1.3 The Marriage of Coyote Woman 5:50 1.4 Swallowed By the Sea 8:23 2.1 Charles William 5:45 2.2 The Death of Coyote Woman 6:12 2.3 Romany Dagger 2:46 2.4 Mountain 6:17 2.5 ?