Octopus Brothel‘s first album, Cave Paintings, is a high-energy tribute to the band’s ’60s and ’70s psych rock influences, but it’s also quite a bit more. Octopus Brothel finds its own sound in this album, showing its talents for hard, bluesy rock (Eternity), experimental structures (Butterfly Funeral), atmospheric romance (Northern Country), and finally for epic, impressionistic prog rock (On The Verge of Madness). It’s an awesome listen!

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