With their fourth installment Megalorama Part II, Austrian space rock formation Aerolith continue their exploration of deeper territories of space rock. Just as the predecessor, Part I, this record dives into a darker heavier realm. Following the kraut rock tradition of shamelessly borrowing stylistic motives from other genres, these songs incorporate heavy stoner rock elements, prog rock, and doom metal parts. The use of complex harmonic scales and some odd rhythms make all this a bit experimental, while the solid base of melancholic and repetitive spacy riff patterns holds it all together. With its greater stylistic variety and exporative approach to composition, this album is a recommendation for lovers of heavy psychedelic rock and proggy space rock. It is recommended to enjoy this together with part I as a whole.