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Label: Sailor Records
Bio: The Lords of Fuzz began in early 2007 on Ogden Street near downtown Denver, Colorado. Though their sound has evolved and expanded since those beginnings, the Lords of Fuzz have always been able to seamlessly balance Oscar's animalistic screams, undeniable melodies, and riffing guitars into a hard...See Full Bio
“With powerhouse riffs, pounding drums and speak-sing-scream vocals, it’s difficult to listen to Lords of Fuzz and not recall what happened in Seattle in the early ’90s. The Melvins come to mind – not that there’s anything wrong with that. But to write off the Lords as mere nostalgia-rock wouldn’t be fair. For starters, as much as they recall grunge, they also recall Black Sabbath, a sound not limited to any period of time and arguably an influence for every hard rock band. From the band’s latest album, “Broken Bottle and Knives,” released on Aug. 7 and available on iTunes for $6.93, we bring you “Crooked Bones.” The track finds the Lords contemplating the simplest of joys: a day with nothing to do. “I’m gonna roll a funny cigarette / And sip my coffee slow … Another beautiful day / To do whatever I want.” It’s an anthem to laziness! And perhaps the best remedy for a stolen weekend. Catch them at a Larimer Lounge BBQ on Aug. 19, and the CD release party is”