Voodooshock - Marie's Sister's Garden

Voodooshock - Marie's Sister's Garden

The Second album by the germans doomsters Voodooshock entitled “Marie’s sister’s garden” continuing their first album release “Voodooshock” back in 2002. Once again the influences of St Vitus, The Obsessed, Electic Wizard and of course Revelation are recognizable from the first time someone listens to it. “Marie’s Sister’s Garden” can easily be parted in two sections, the more classical traditional doom tracks and the more melodick stoner rock influenced tracks. Listening to each section of them someone can easily realize that Voodooshock don’t luck musically in comparison with the other bands of this genre, with out being something special yet. In “Marie’s Sister’s Garden” there are many good melodic lines, dark feeling, and slow / mid tempo compositions in general.
\r\nThe only “Weak” point for me is the vocals of Uwe Groebel, that do not seem to fit, in the more doom-ish parts of the album. On the contrary his vocals  fit perfectly, in the more stoner tracks. A Good album worth having in your collection
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