Extended Pyramid EP is Pater Nembrot’s second E.P. and the 3rd official release for Go Down Records. This edition features a white vynil print and a papercraft insert.
Less than 20 minutes of music to show an idea of sound is a hard thing but if you do that…well you know what you are handling. With Extended Pyramid E.P., PATER NEMBROT melts psychedelic desert riffing with an extremely heavy 90’s attitude and the result is a striking piece of great music.
Put the 12’’ colored vinyl on the deck, SIDE A opens with Extended Prayer which is a smoky ballad to doom that put together acoustic Alice in Chains thick atmospheres with 60’s naïf San Francisco backing vocals. Solace when I Think I Live in a Post Post-Modern Era starts with a punch in your face but, yet before you think it is just another stoner rock song, there it goes an Italian progressive riffing in the way of P.F.M., Balletto di Bronzo and Rovescio della Medaglia. Almost 6 minutes of heavy progressive crescendo before the voice enters the scene declaiming the lyrics which indeed are made with title’s words. There you get one of the best heavy psychedelic rock song of last years.
And if listening to side A you may have thought about band like Naam, Dead Medow, Motorpsycho, then you’ll find even no more reference listening to side B, containing the last chapter of the E.P. called Exile: an 8 minutes space probe directed towards unknown lands, containing in its inside all the information needed to understand what means creating heavy psychedelic great blues riffs in the way of Black Sabbath, Mad Season and of course… PATER NEMBROT!!!