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Look, there’s no bullshit here. The songs are trim and powerful and have enough clear no-bullshit live as fuck off-kilter slant to catch your ear and get many a head doing that drugged head bang sway you see at Melvins’ shows.
In a world that needs Rock n' Roll more then ever, at a time when the music establishment continues to overflow with cookie cutter pop, rap and metal, in a place that’s know more for their lobsters than for their maddening solos Sun Gods In Exilehave arrived to bring some honest to god hard rock to the masses that so desperately need it. Like a Bottle of Jack Daniels at a Mormon Wedding the SGIE are preaching the gospel of rock and roll through loud as fuck Marshall stacks and they won’t be happy until all of Salt Lake City is con- verted.
Some are calling it a return to the olden days of Ciudad. Some point out the hints of Toba Trance that have bled into this new material. We here at Small Stone just call it bad ass heavy psych rock. Whatever you decide to call it, we're sure you'll enjoy the Hell out of it.Just in time for Spring fever. Put this on and free your mind.
The long awaited, highly anticipated, new full length album from Canada's masters of resin coated doom blues. Drenched in fuzz, dripping with dark psychedelia. Take everything in your house off of the shelves, because this album will shake everything loose.
Thorn of Thrones will surprise fans of Giant Brain's earlier work. While it retains the Teuto-American synergy, those Detroit-cum-Dortmund freak-out elements of 'Plume,' it is a darker, more dynamic record than its older brother. Even the lighter moments disguise a cynicism that wasn't present on the first album, as exemplified by the lone GB song to ever feature lyrics, 'Empyrian.' It may seem airy at first, but the lyrics are any-thing but... Some have attributed this new-found skepticism and doubt to the current state of the world, and specifically the current state of disarray in the Motor City. We here at Small Stone wouldn't know about that, but we feel that regardlessly, the sky will be blue, the flowers will bloom, and Giant Brainmakes great records.Do you like soupy, dark, psychedelic, Krautrock inspired instrumentals? Do you define a good night as turning out all the lights, burning some candles (and whatever else you have laying around), and surrendering the reigns of your mind over to the music? THEN BUY THIS!
Riffs upon riffs. Wave upon wave of endless tone. Hail the sludge. Bring on the end times.
This is Dozer's brand new studio album. If you don't know who Dozer is, or why you should buy this, then your soul is lost. Order now, recover soul.
"Born from the ashes of the critically-acclaimed Greatdayforup, Ironweed is a veritable supergroup of local Albany area veterans. Bands who have for the past decade have been chipping away at the bloated underbelly of corporate rock. With the demise of GDFU the core group of Mike Vitali (Guitar), Brendan Slater (Bass), & Jim Feck (Drums) began the ardous task of putting a band back together. Turns out it wasn't that hard. With the concurrent demised of another Albany favorite, Held Under, Mike & the boys were able to add the exceptional vocal chords of Jeff Andrews. With that line-up we might have ended up with GDFU mark 2 but Jeff had another idea. Luring in the considerable skills and second guitar of Ryan Rapp (Endicott) filled out the Ironweed sound and has added a whole new dimension to the sludgy rock that these Upsate New Yorkers make. Since 2007, Ironweed has earned themselves nationwide recognition on the metal/ stoner rock circuit tearing up stages both big and small. Their much anticipated Small Stone debut, "Indian Ladder", shows a band at the peak of their game. The hooks are big, the riffs are bigger, and the songs show a level of connection it takes most new bands years to achieve.For fans of Solace, Iota, Greatdayforup, Milligram, and Roadsaw.
With the classic themes of country music (drinking, prison, hitting the road, loving and leaving women) as the only options for the residents of Flint, Whitey and the boys have distilled the essence of country music into 150 proof melodies to help people forget their problems for a few hours and serve as the guideline for drinking sorrows away. Their Small Stone debut “Honky Tonks and Cheap Motels” will bring out everyone’s dancing shoes and while Whitey plays, the world is a better place. This has not gone unnoticed outside of Flint, as Whitey Morgan has in very short order managed to share the stage with the likes of Shooter Jennings, David Alan Coe, Hank Williams III, Richie Albright and the legendary Leon Russell. Look for them on the road this fall and remember- There are no flip-flops in country music. There is no Margaritaville or sandy beaches for outlaws.
Tim Catz: BassoonIan Ross: GitsJeramy Hemond: SkinsDarryl Shepard: GitsRiggs: Croonin1. Intro2. Who Do You Think You Are?3. Look Pretty Lonely4. Go It Alone5. The Rules6. See You In Hell7. Up To You8. Dead Horse9. Leavin'10. It's Your Move11. Receive
- Stay Rock
- Coed Fever
- Black Tulip
- 2113 (Sea Weed)
- Undercover Through Your Mother
- El Capitan (Raspberry Jam)
- Mushcream Caravan
- Mr. Dolly
- Acid Machine Revisited
- One Blow
- Return to the Lovechopper of Destiny
- Rocket Fuel
- Free Lovin' Temptress
- Love Mutha
- Dust Volver
- Johnny Babas
- El Duderino
- Iron Fist
- The Journey is the Destination
- Womble Dust
- Taste the Flower
- Jacuzzi Suzy
Lou Gorra: Bass & Vocals Lee Stuart: Guitar Kenny Wagner: Drums Additional Musicians: Eric Oblander: Harp on track 7 Scott Hamilton: Noise on tracks 5 & 11 Phil Durr: Ridiculator on track 11 Produced by Halfway To Gone. Recorded @ W.O.M. Studios by Charlie Schaefer. Mixed by Al Sutton @ Rustbelt. Mastered by Chris Gooseman @ Solid Sound. Artwork by Mike Saputo
Lee Stuart: Guitars, Hammond, Keys Danny Gollin: Drums, Vocals on track 10 Lou Gorra: Bass & Vocals Addtional Musicians: Billy Reedy: Additional Guitar Phil Durr: Ridiculator Scott Hamilton: Feedback Recorded @ Rustbelt Studios. Produced by Produced By: Halfaway To Gone, Bob Pantella, and Robert Burrows. Mixed by Bob Pantella @ The Laundry Room. Engineered by Robert Burrows, Bobby Fostex, and Dave Allison. Mastered By Chis Gosseman @ Solid Sound. Art, Design by Mike Saputo.
Guitar, Vocals: Darryl Bass, Trumpet, Backing Vocals: Jase Drums, Backing Vocals: Todd Recording: At Moontower, by Marc Schleicher, August 2006. Mastering: At New Alliance East, by Nick Zampiello. Songs: By Hackman Band photos: Pia Schachter Original cover photos: Darryl Cover construction: Mike Saputo Kickstart: JR Roach Unwavering support: John Pegoraro Thanks: To you
Fredrik Nording: Vocals Daniel Jansson: Guitars Tommi Holappa: Guitars Bengt Bäcke: Bass Daniel Lidén: Drums, Percussion Recorded Between December 2002 and March 2003 at the Rockhouse Studio, Borläang Sweden. Produced and mixed by Greenleaf. Engineered by Bengt Bäcke.
Tommi Holappa: Guitars Bengt Bäcke: Bass Erik Bäckwall: Drums Oskar Cedermalm: Vocals Peder Bergstrand: Vocals (Black Tar) John Hermansen: Vocals (Ride Another Highway) Jocke Åhslund: Hammond John Hoyles: Guitar Solo (Highway Officer) Linus Arnberg: Mumblin’ man (Treehorn) and Cowbell (Stray Bullit Woman) Emil Leo: And Now What?! Produced and mixed by Bengt Bäcke & Tommi Holappa Engineered by Bengt Bäcke Mastered by Chris Goosman at Solid Sound - Ann Arbor, MI Sleeve design, artwork and photos by Erik Bäckwall Recorded at: Rockhouse Studios - Borlänge, Sweden Additional Studios: Bombshelter - Örebro, Sweden & Grey Hate - Enköping, Sweden
Mike Langone: Vocals, Percussion Mike Vitali: Guitar, Vocals Jay Sunkes: Guitar, Vocals Brendan Slater: Bass, Vocals Jared Krak: Drums, Vocals Recorded at New Alliance - Boston, MA Mixed by Bob Pantella at The Laundry Room.
Produced by Smith and The Dixie Damned.Recorded @ The Sound Farm.Engineered by Art Bordeaux.Mixed by Al Sutton @ Rustbelt Studios.Mastered by Chris Gooseman @ Solid Sound.Art and Design by Keith Scharwath.All Songs written by Smith or Kelleher/Smith.