As if teleported through time from the golden age of hard rock, (the early 70's) "Psychedelonaut," the second album from Texas riffmasters Wo Fat, takes the listener on an electrified, fuzzed out journey through expansive riff-filled lands, and blues-infused vistas. Like their debut, "The Gathering Dark," this album rocks hard and heavy, Black Sabbath-style with plenty of Hendrixy acid guitar jams, but ventures further out, into trippy, Floydian, psychedelic dimensions in the spheres beyond.
Wo Fat takes their inspiration from the heavy 70's greats, i.e. Sabbath, ZZ Top, Humble Pie, Deep Purple, Mahogany Rush, Night Sun, Mountain,etc. They then kick it into interstellar overdrive, delivering music with the heaviness and sheer weight of Sleep, Church of Misery, Orange Goblin and Kyuss. And they still manage to stay true to the haunting blues that wail and moan deep within their souls.
Tune in, turn on, and rock out with Wo Fat.