Are you ready for some dirty motherfucking classic rock? Ok, so far so good. But what we get on a musical level is not bad at all and could be described as a bastard between Clutch, The Sword and COC. The true influences are a lot deeper and hail from the glorious seventies, the direction they have taken, though, can be best described with the mentioned bands and gives you some ideas what Mos Generator are all about. Rough and earthy riff rock it is, almost ideal to cruise through the country side.
Unfortunately, originality is not exactly the biggest strength as much, the stuff sounds familiar and reaches the ear from different sources before. Still the entertainment factor is remarkable and Nomads definitely won't bore you. So who wants to put in a good classic groove album without much decoration, could find a good one with Nomads. Well, for a band that was defunct for a few years before this recent resurrection, I'm happy to say that we have some more great things to look forward to from Stone Axe man Tony Reed & Co.