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Indian Handcrafts: Creeps

Album Review

Canadian duo grind up a mixed bag of hallucinogenic heavy

Indian Handcrafts are only two people, but they can do more than your average five-piece metal band, and their unique blend of Sabbath-influenced psychedelic stoner and doom will get you high without the need for herbs.

 The follow-up to 2012’s Civil Disobedience For Losers – a debut full of 70s-style heavy groove drop tunes – the band have again collaborated with album engineer Toshi Kasai (The Melvins, Tool) for this more polished offering. 

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