The singer has an amazingly gruff voice, like he’s been swallowing wasps or something. It’s rough and ready to rock.
The music is fuzzy and smells of the desert; this is Stoner Rock through and through. It’s only a short album, full of songs around the 3:30 mark, but catchy riffs and catchy vocals are part and parcel of every song. As the album cover suggests; music to drive to.
In some ways there’s not much to say about an album like this; you either like this style of music or you don’t. If you do then you should have no problem getting on board with Burning Full Throttle.