Wo Fat Reviewed

The Conjuring (2014)

Reviewed by Sputnik Music

It's no wonder Wo Fat have found a new level of success with The Black Code less than a couple of years ago. The heavy jams, like always, put the grooves in front and at a shorter length (an important factor that also raised the accessibility), along came the replay value even from those who weren't previously accustomed to their music. While the US was hesitant at first, Europe jumped all over their material. Convinced by their prowess, it seems that the Americans are finally finding their way through the band's discography too. In the wake of this hype these tres hombres quickly came up with yet another full length, The Conjuring... (Read more)

Live Juju:
Wo Fat at Freak Valley (2015)

Reviewed by SludgeLord

The album was recorded during their Freak Valley Festival Appearance back in June 2014 when Wo Fat were on their second European Tour called The Texas Takeover Tour with their good friends – Mothership. I was lucky enough to catch this tour when they made a one stop visit to London Underworld in May 2014. Now, Wo Fat have decided to release a live album showing what went down at Freak Valley and the results are now here for everyone to witness.... (Read more)

The Conjuring (2014)

Reviewed by The Obelisk

To those already familiar with Dallas riff forerunners Wo Fat, their fifth album, The Conjuring, will likely hold few surprises. It is foremost the next stage in the Texas heavy rock trio’s ongoing progression, captured at the band’s own Crystal Clear Sound studio by guitarist/vocalist Kent Stump, it runs a sonically consistent thread forward from their last several records even unto its Alexander von Wieding artwork, the German artist having contributed the last two covers as well, to 2012’s The Black Code... (Read more)

The Black Code (2012)

Reviewed by The Obelisk

Following two strong releases in last year’s Noche del Chupacabra and 2009’s Psychedelonaut after their 2006 The Gathering Dark debut, Texas fuzz rockers Wo Fat make their debut on Small Stone Records with The Black Code, a self-recorded five-track full-length that serves as a loud and clear heralding of their arrival in the up and coming class of American heavy riffers... (Read more)

The Conjuring (2014)

Reviewed by SludgeLord

It's no wonder Wo Fat have found a new level of success with The Black Code less than a couple of years ago. The heavy jams, like always, put the grooves in front and at a shorter length (an important factor that also raised the accessibility), along came the replay value even from those who weren't previously accustomed to their music. While the US was hesitant at first, Europe jumped all over their material. Convinced by their prowess, it seems that the Americans are finally finding their way through the band's discography too. In the wake of this hype these tres hombres quickly came up with yet another full length, The Conjuring... (Read more)

The Conjuring (2014)

Reviewed by MetalSucks

It seems I have had to own up to a lot lately, missing out on bands left, right and centre and Wo Fat from Dallas, TX continues this brain freeze mode I'm in. Have heard about them for years but for some stupid reason I have never paid attention to them. Well, I'm the one who's lost out but that is remedied now with the release of their fifth album, "The Conjuring"... (Read more)