Sounds Like: Clutch, Orange Goblin, Graveyard, Fu Manchu, Danzig
In the year of our Benevolent Lord, 2011, A small band of like-minded, stolid men decided to take up arms against a tepid, robotic, and ineffectual musical territory. The Blues. Infuriated, aggravated, and mystified by the sad state of The Blues.
These men. First one KRAMER (G) , a man of visio...See Full Bio
“While they hail from central Pennsylvania their sound is more closely associated with southern climes given their penchant for blues infused heavy rock and vocals as deep fried and resonant as a fast moving thunder storm unleashing fury and might unexpectedly, horribly, and pitilessly across an unsuspecting landscape. Guitars are simply incredible on these songs, beyond comprehension. They seem to have taken the very best of blues rock, electrified, fuzzified, and amplified and kicked it all up a level, perhaps not breaking the paradigm, but managing to add to its definition. There is only pleasure in listening to any of the twelve tracks on "Cancer Creek". The second track, "Don't Call it Holy" is memorable in a stoner blues foray of power and pleasure as Jovi's vocals provide the focal point upon which the song's excellent melody is played out in power and passion where guitars scorch and burn and drums are vigorous and unyielding in execution.”
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