Master & The Mule- Single review of ‘Kingdom’

Master & The Mule- Single review of ‘Kingdom’

By Peter Carr

Starting with haunting feedback and some disjointed blips, this songs sets a dark mood very early on. When the feedback lessens the drums come in with a sleazy guitar in tow, it put me in mind of ‘A Perfect Circle’ or ‘Tool’ drenched in foreboding. The entire track is full of sleaze, distortion and eerie vocals, perfect for nocturnal listening. Formed in 2009 Master & The Mule have been showcasing their darkness around the UK music scene and if they carry on with singles like this one, they’ll be going much further in 2012. 
 
So to summarise, if you are a fan of ‘Tool’, ‘A Perfect Circle’ or to a lesser extent ‘A Place To Bury Strangers’ this is well worth a listen. If you want to hear it go to the bands Soundcloud page (http://soundcloud.com/i-like-press/master-the-mule-kingdom-1). Immerse yourself in the darker side of rock, take a journey with Master & The Mule into distortion, sleaze and eerie places!

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