Greenleaf isn’t exactly a new sludge/stoner rock entry, but chances are pretty high you haven’t heard of them recently. While the band’s debut self-titled EP dropped in 2000, and first full-length titled Revolution Rock a year later, the project eventually went on a hiatus after the 2003 effort Secret Alphabets. This is due to certain members having obligations to the band Dozer, leaving this a side project that had to wait. Even when 2007’s Agents of Ahriman dropped, there was still a lengthy silence in the studio until 2012’s Nest of Vipers. Since then, the releases have been steady, which includes 2014’s Trails & Passes, as well as their latest for 2016 titled Rise Above the Meadow. So, with the band heading into seventeen years of existence, does one expect greatness from the new outing, or is it more of a letdown?
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