"...after some extensive riff-trawling and leisurely guitar scraping, they break into a rolling groove that grows and grows, twisting into meaner forms as the song proceeds through stormy aggression and darkened tones. Three Thrones chose to omit vocals for their contribution, something which (along with their musical style) makes for an effective complement to the rage of William English's half...together, WETT is an effective pairing, with a lot of style to their filthy sounds. Both bands should be proud of what they've accomplished here...give these groups some support, grab yourself a copy and let their sludgy goodness liquefy your insides."
- Gabriel at Ride With The Devil (ridewiththedevil.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/solid-liquid-sludge.html)
"Three Thrones deal in instrumental big riffery on a full time basis. Imagine latter day Mothertrucker, beefed up with a more metallic, meaner intent and it brings you close to Bastard Magic. Pummelling you back throughout its 11 minutes, the lack of big changes throughout - presumably with the intention to never take their claw from your throat - removes it slightly from the post metal they probably are but as a genuine positive...this is a slightly disjointed pairing, but better for it, the slender change in tack giving real definition on the EP to the two bands offerings. WETT is a welcome and admirable advancement of both bands skills and status, and most importantly an intense, enjoybale and recommended doom EP."
- Pete at Ninehertz
released January 5, 2015
i. Tongue Of Ox
iii. Bastard Magic
Crawdad, Tongue of Ox:
Written and Performed by William English
Recorded at Sickroom Studios
Produced by Owen Turner and William English
Mixed and Mastered by Owen Turner
Written and Performed by Three Thrones
Recorded at Tom Donovan Studios
Produced by Three Thrones and Tom Donovan
Mixed and Mastered by Tom Donovan