MORE praise for the Ice Dragon album :
"Take a bit of Dead Man-era Neil Young, Syd Barrett, Chocolate Watchband, Sebadoh, early Danzig,…and Black Sabbath shake them all and put them in a psych environment and you’ll have and idea of Born A Heavy Morning."
“When I started to write this list, I had the feeling the guys from Ice Dragon ain’t do shit in 2013, except some drunk facebook posts.
Before I remember the mega hypnotic EP “The Soul’s Midnight” and the album “Born a Heavy Morning”, which contains seventy interludes, at least.
At a time when everyone claims to be a slacker but plays on a 2500 bucks Orange amp, their mania to record with crappy gear (I imagine recovered in the street) and still sound better than everyone else is a huge finger to poseurs.
But despite my research, no trace of gun-filler demons on their sleeves. They must be the kind of guys saying: “I smoked pot once behind the high school gym, I just fell asleep.” Yet their songs lo-fi doom disappear in the low delay and outright crashing head, and when I discovered the sublime “The Sorrowful Sun” I really thought about b-sides of Vol. 4, which is nothing less than one of the albums most drug sweating album in the history of music.”
Some of our releases are now listed on the excellent Discogs website. Don’t hesitate to add them to your collection : http://www.discogs.com/label/631923-Navalorama-Records
Top 12 of 2013, listen here: https://www.facebook.com/navaloramarecords
"…genre-melting prog/post/desert rock…" Get the rest of my review for the new split from Belgium’s The Mighty Progerians and OMSQ at Ride With The Devil, here!
Check out the nice little piece of blog The Obelisk has written about Ice Dragon’s packaging.
They fully get the idea behind the label : to make nice object to cherish the audio content. Let’s remind everyone that our releases are non-profit and focused on both audio and visual quality.
Also, fuck $hipping cost$.
Thanks again the Obelisk, hope everyone who bought a copy will enjoy it as much as you did.
Last thing : the new album is now available through Ice Dragon’s Bandcamp page.