"Watchman made an impression with myself earlier this year when he released his debut EP Behold A Pale Horse. Watchman plays Psychedelic Doom/Stoner Metal with a huge AMERICANA influence shining through. Watchman is back with his debut full length album Doom Of Babylon. The 3 songs that appeared on Behold A Pale Horse are on this record and the songs fit in surprisingly well with the new songs that Watchman has created here.
The full result is an album with a more mysterious and apocalyptic edge. The album is bleak, dense and cautiously gloomy in all the right places. The AMERICANA edge really works so much better in a Doom/Stoner Metal setting than compared to a heavier style of music. This is the soundtrack of the scorched earth or scorched desert coming to life.
Watchman plays everything on this album and his vocals are top-notch from start to finish. The record draws you in with it's many different styles and you can hear influences from bands such as KYUSS, Black Sabbath, EARTH and Across Tundras. Though, I may have mentioned that in my review of Behold A Pale Horse. Though Watchman ventures into heavier areas of Doom/Stoner Metal, I was surprised when I heard Electric Wizard levels of distorted guitars and even SLEEP style sonic based riffs." - Steve Howe (Outlaws Of The Sun)