At The Barrier has a nice review of Dungeon Master, Gus Englehorn‘s GAMIQ-Award nominated new LP that’s at radio now from Secret City Records. The site says the record consists of “ten songs that King Crimson would probably call observations, which is probably a more apt description for the general air of hysteria and dementedness that lives within. Once you hear the Tenacious D style few seconds delivered with a paranoid pixie-ish semi-seriousness and some well-rehearsed guitar accompaniment, you’re hooked. What the hell is this? The promise of Dungeon Master being ‘the cutest, heaviest and most bizarre rock’n’roll record you will hear this year’ is fulfilled within a breath. Listen on and find out.”
Read the review here and make sure to get Dungeon Master in rotation at your station if it isn’t already there.