Dead Roots Stirring is the third studio album by American stoner rock band Elder. It was released on January 24, 2011, through Southern Lord Records. The album was produced by Greg Fidelman and mixed by Justin Pizzoferrato.
Dead Roots Stirring is a more progressive and psychedelic album than Elder's previous two albums. The band has said that they were inspired by bands like Black Sabbath, Sleep, and Hawkwind. The album features seven tracks, all of which are over five minutes long. The songs are characterized by their slow, heavy riffs, pounding drums, and distorted vocals. However, the album also features more melodic passages, ambient soundscapes, and psychedelic effects.
Dead Roots Stirring has received positive reviews from critics. Metal Hammer gave the album a score of 8/10, calling it "a crushing slab of stoner doom that will leave you wanting more." Decibel Magazine also gave the album a positive review, saying that it is "a must-have for fans of the genre."
The album has been praised for its heavy sound, its catchy riffs, its powerful vocals, and its psychedelic atmosphere. It is a must-have for fans of stoner rock and progressive metal.
|Sub-Genre: Heavy / Psychedelic / Progressive / Instrumental.|
|Catalog No: AS-011.|
|Color: white shell with gold print.|