There is an interesting space between rock n roll and metal of any sub-genre, a space were some of the most exciting things take place.....AC/DC is widely referred to as "hard rock" even though most Metal fans consider them the godfathers of the genre itself. Similarly, Led Zeppelin is held in the same high regard by 'heavy' metal fans, even though they have written songs that other long enduring rock icons and pioneers in the genre swear are the basis of rock.
It's a fine line that spills onto, as much as is enmeshes, each side of that space. The still steadfast examples, with nothing thus far that even closely resembles similar chemistry behind them, make for difficult shoes to fill.
Enter Ground Mower. They fill that space with remarkable singularity. Ground Mower is the reason to dip your toe into the ocean of unknown bands, because occasionally, a shark like Ground Mower sneaks up and takes your whole leg off.