Friday, September 30, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
The Evpatoria Report was born in Switzerland in January 2002. The band consists of two guitars, a bass, drums, a violin, and a keyboard. The band plays instrumental rock combining serenity, power, and intensity.
The Company Corvette has been rocking out and about the Philadelphia area since late 2006, delivering heavy rock that is blues-based, with a healthy dose of psychedelia and a metallic punch. This three-piece brings high-energy, riff-driven grooves mixed with laid back vocals and blistering, wah-wah drenched guitar action.
Buffalo Witch is a three piece band from Michigan. They mix stoner/doom metal with desert rock and psychedelia. The members are Nicky Thunders, Christopher Hell, and Demon Dan Daily.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
To continue my barrage of psychedelic posts I present to you The Entrance Band. I recently saw these guys for the first this summer and was immediately blown away. I'm bummed it took me this long to come across these guys. They are simply amazing to see live. Seeing the ultra sexy Paz handle all those groovy bass lines is something out of this world.
Häshcut are a 4 Piece Psych/Stoner/Sludge Rock Band from Cäen, France. There is a lot of quality psyched out riffs packed in this demo with just over half an hour run time. Virtually unknown and hard to find, check these guys out now!
Mountain Goat is a 3-piece sludge/doom band from Grand Rapids, MI.
Monte Davis - Feedbacker
Derek Kasperlik - Evil Stack
Keith Ortiz - Floorshaker
^notice the Boris references
This EP shows a lot of promise for this young band. Hopefully we can expect more crushing doom from them in the near future. As of this post the band is currently recording new material.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Recording for "Creation Cycle", Landforge's first album, started in early 2011 and was completed in May 2011, all done by one person in a bedroom studio, using mostly free software and cheap equipment. Creation Cycle was released on the 21st of May, and Landforge has plans for further albums, depending on the reception of the first.