New Jersey’s Clamfight deliver their most dynamic and most sprawling material date on their third full-length album, III.
Clamfight have never been strangers to the riff, as made evident by their previous two full-lengths. Since their inception, the band have crafted a very riff-heavy brand of sludge metal that harks to the doomsayers of old, while throwing in stoner and classic hard rock sensibilities for good measure. 2010’s Volume I and 2013’s I Versus the Glacier were chock full of heavy guitars and rock n’ roll swagger that provided as many earworm moments as they did heavy ones. On their newest LP, the band have opted for more serious and dynamic songwriting, resulting in longer, cinematic compositions and an overall epic feel. Continue Reading