All Kyuss Reviews:
kyuss: Welcome To Sky Valleycompact discs
Kyuss: Welcome To Sky Valley

Released: June 28, 1994. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Stoner Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. Impressive creative range, from furious metal to psychedelic grooves, and anything in between.

POSTED: 10/05/2009 - 05:12 am

9.5
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kyuss: Blues For The Red Suncompact discs
Kyuss: Blues For The Red Sun

Released: Jun 30, 1992. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Stoner Metal. Number Of Tracks: 14. With guitars tuned way down and amps turned way up, Kyuss's deafening assault switches from light to hammering in a blink on some tracks, while slowly building on others.

POSTED: 04/17/2009 - 02:40 am

9.6
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kyuss: ...And The Circus Leaves Towncompact discs
Kyuss: ...And The Circus Leaves Town

Release Date: 1995. Label: Elektra. Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Stoner Metal. Number Of Tracks: 11. Kyuss' fourth release is entitled ...And The Circus Leaves Town, and apparently it took whatever it was that made their previous release so compelling with it.

POSTED: 06/28/2007 - 11:15 am

9.8
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kyuss: Kyuss/Queens Of The Stone Agecompact discs
Kyuss: Kyuss/Queens Of The Stone Age

Release Date: Dec 9, 1997. Label: Man's Ruin. Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Stoner Metal. Number Of Tracks: 6. Kyuss tie up the loose ends of their career with Queens Of The Stone Age, an odds-and-ends collection of tracks previously available on limited-edition releases, promotional recordings, and such.

POSTED: 04/23/2007 - 08:12 am

8.1
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kyuss: Wretchcompact discs
Kyuss: Wretch

Release Date: 1991. Label: Dali. Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Stoner Metal. Number Of Tracks: 11. Hindsight is always 20/20, but Kyuss' promising debut album, 1991's Wretch, was completely ignored by media and public.

POSTED: 12/28/2005 - 02:38 am

9
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