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The first stop of the Black Snake mini-tour will be in Oakland at Eli'S MILE HIGH CLUB! Come hang out with us, Forgotten Gods, Bloodmoon and North and get all kinds of stoner riffer awesome. $5 bucks for a solid line up, cheap booze and some good food!
Sounds Like: RED FANG, Goatsnake, Fu Manchu, Black Tusk, Baroness
Bio: What happens when you mix two parts 70's scummy rock-riffs with one part stoney vibe and leave it to brew in a swampland of beer cans and old sneakers? BLACK SNAKE; sucker free tunes straight from the damp concrete that is Portland, Oregon. From desert grooves to stoney vibes to swampy rock, we g...See Full Bio
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“Black Snake "Death Deals Blues" - This EP has been in our queue for a while. We finally got around to spinning it and now we are wondering why it took us so long to do so. "Death Deals Blues"from Portland's Black Snake has a sound that lies smack dab in the middle of the desert rock of Fu Manchu and the heavy southern boogie of Four Horsemen. The down-tuned fuzzy riffs and whiskey-fueled vocals make for a perfect pairing. The title track starts things off with a Sabbath-like riff that explodes out of the speakers before settling into a fuzzed out groove. The vocals are reminiscent of Scott Hill, with a very similar vocal cadence. "Bottle Rocket" starts out sounding like a modern day "Radar Love" just dirtier and sludgier then launches into a full force boogie number. The album's best riff kicks off "Spoils Of War", it has an old school Anthrax feel to it. Very cool tune. "Word To The Wise" sounds a lot like "Hung Out To Dry", with its start/stop riff and groove. The EP”
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