The Obelisk review of Mystery Ship II

The Obelisk recently gave this very in-depth review of the new Mystery Ship record and here's a bit of what they had to say:

"Mystery Ship revels in a swath of classic heavy rock and blues influences. One might also see them as taking cues from the European retro-minded jetset, acts like Graveyard and Kadavar, but as they display in the smoothly executed jam/build on the closing “Wild Eyes,” they have a sensibility of their own to work within, and a recording job from Jack Endino results in a sound that’s wholly natural, but not reaching for any kind of heavy ’70s lo-fi analog-ism...Anyone with this much boogie in them is going to have a hard time keeping still for very long." 

http://theobelisk.net/obelisk/2013/09/23/mystery-ship-ep-ii-review/