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Sounds Like: Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Slayer, Mastodon, Minor Threat band
Label: Flying V Radio
Manager: Andy Cauble
Bio: Two brothers, two pairs of ex-bandmates, and what started as a fun project, the trio known as GREEVACE takes its name from its correctly spelled namesake: "Grievous: causing or characterized by severe pain, suffering, or sorrow." A certain General from a very popular Space Movie may have been ...See Full Bio
Greevus, Solo, The Fett
“Greevace – who take their name from a deliberate misspelling of ‘grievous’ – are a southern US trio, comprising of brothers Andy and Chris Cauble on guitars and bass/vocals respectively and drummer Thomas Whitley, who until coming together in this amalgam at the end of 2008 had spent most of the preceding few years criss-crossing the North Carolina / Georgia border playing in various bands, including a few in which they had teamed up in various guises… Five years into their career, this second self-financed EP is a prime example of decent, hard-working southern metal in the format we know it today, mixing doom, sludge and blues in a way which has been popularized by the likes of Down, Clutch and many, many others. While adding nothing new to the genre, ‘Pulling Wool’ is an efficient offering: the songs are well-constructed (as is the EP as whole, building from the thoughtful opening of ‘Harbinger’ to the swelling midsection through to the atmospheric closing instr”