Ruby The Hatchet have been stalwarts of the occult psychedelic doom scene for a while now. Having signed to Tee Pee Records, their previous album Valley Of The Snake garnered enough attention to make them ones to watch within a crowded genre. There's something of a victory call about Planetary Space Child, their follow up to that album, as they aim to make good on that promise, and for the most part they do.
With a style that veers to the more classic side of rock, as Hammond organs vie for space over crunchy riffs, it is up to vocalist Jillian Taylor to summon up the occultisms abound in their music. Weaving a spell over the course of the album, she brings an elusive quality to the music which forms a bedrock for the more meat and potatoes moments, of which there are a few. On the whole though, the band throw in a wide mix of progressive riffs, harmonies and riffs to keep any self respecting rocker happy, making this album certainly one that stands out from the crowd.
Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 10€