Four tracks and almost 50-minutes long, ‘Waiting For The Flood‘ easily exceeds expectations. The third outing by German psych rockers Samsara Blues Experiment is their most balanced and harmoniously driven yet. 18 months in the making and averaging 10-mintues per track, the record combines the best of the group‘s two previous studio albums while drifting further into mid-‘70s prog rock. The album is truly majestic, combining elements that remind of British acts s.a. Man, Khan and Camel with the occasional southern-style heavy rock of Corrosion Of Conformity or Floodgate. On the edge of a musical frontier, Samsara Blues Experiment transcend the tag of stoner, psychedelic or progressive rock.