Album review: Fuzz’s “II”

by DGO Web Administrator


In The Red

Release: Oct. 23

Punchy, punky and psyched out the mind. What else can be said about Fuzz’s second album that hasn’t already been said about the trio’s first release? The aptly named second album, “II,” takes the ideologies presented in the band’s debut effort and dips them in a metal bath. In fact, the album is quite reminiscent of early black punk, with nods to Black Sabbath. “II” is remarkably more heavy, and if taken all at once, can give listeners a feeling of being overdosed with psyched-out guitar riffs (Note: Don’t listen to the entire album front to back more than once in a 24-hour period.).

Most commonly, people in the music world will compliment Ty Segall on his ability to ever-constantly put his entire self into his various music projects, Fuzz being one of them. Although I agree, I’d say Fuzz, especially with this release and the tour it derives, deserves to become Segall’s top musical priority and not a side project.

— Raychel Johnson


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