In 1991, Fu Manchu had no competition for the throne of stoner-rock kings. They sat alone in a cherry airbrushed and bubble-windowed custom van, smoking lids of Acapulco Gold and churning out groovy rock songs about muscle cars, partyin' and custom vans, man. But now a host of other bands are mining the tar pits of the '70s for songs: Acid King, Altamont, Queens of the Stone Age and Nebula, whose three members formed the nucleus of Fu Manchu until 1996. Nebula's... More >>>
Fu Manchu: Their King of the Road is a happy hunting ground of beefy, bong-rattling RAWK AND ROLLLLL.