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.
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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
180 gram vinyl, Limited to 500 units... Transparent Orange. This is the German import pressing via Cargo Records Germany.
Greenleaf is:Tommi Holappa: GuitarBengt Bäcke: BassOskar Cedermalm: VocalsJohan Rockner: GuitarOlle Mårthans: DrumsGuests:Fredrik Nordin : Vocals (Nest of Vipers)Per Wiberg: Organ (Lilith and Nest of Vipers)Peder Bergstrand: Vocals (Sunken Ships)Drums,bass & guitars recorded at Studio Gröndahl by Karl Daniel Lidén.Vocals recorded at Bombshelter studio by Oskar Cedermalm.Mixed by Karl Daniel Lidén at Tri-Lamb Studio.Mastered by Magnus LindbergCover illustration by Gem (twizzlez.com)Logo by Daniel SjödinLayout by Johan Rockner
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.
When a band names itself Greenleaf, you can bet your bottom bollock they're either clean living straight-edgers that drink nothing stronger than a cup of green tea, or that they're partial to the occasional skunk-packed jazz cigarette. On discovering that this band's music comprises of murmured vocals and '70s style fuzzy guitar riffs, I'd be willing to wager another gonad that it's the latter substance that floats their boat. This band is all about the riffs. They combine this with the heavy fuzz that they’re known for, and it’s a pretty sweet result. But thankfully, it’s not too reliant on the thicker fuzzy stuff, and GREENLEAF make it clear that they’re here to rock our socks off.
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
Riffs upon riffs. Wave upon wave of endless tone. Hail the sludge. Bring on the end times.
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.
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
Honky is: J.D. Pinkus: Bass, Banjo, & Neckhole Bobby Ed landgraf: Guitar & Neckhole Kenny Wagner: Drums & Percussion Additional Players: Gordie: Slide Solo on (1), Acoustic on (6) & (13) Rae Craig: Vocals on (2) & (7) Ezra Reynolds: Hammond B3 & Leslie on (7) Produced by J.D. Pinkus Sound Consultant: Gordie Johnson Engineer: John Harvey Assistant Engineer: Mary Podio Harvey Recorded & Mixed @ Tophat Recording Studio/ Austin, TX Massturd By Chris Goosman @ Solid Sound/ Ann Arbor, MI Art & Design By Jared Connor
Arthur Seay: Guitars, VoxEddie Plascencia: Bass, Lead VoxMike Cancino: Drums
- Obey the Snake
- Physco Plex
- Highway Grit
- Buried Away
- Broken Life
- Walk on By
- Ladron (spanish version)
- The Hurt (paid my dues)
180 gram, green swirled vinyl, Gatefold packaging. Slightly different mastering then the cd version, but also mastered by Mr. Goosman, so you know it was done right.
If you are a fan of Grand Funk, Cactus, Blue Cheer and Led Zeppelin, then this is the next album you need to purchase. Heavy riffs and killer song writing.
Joey Toscano: Guitars, VocalsOz: BassAndy Patterson: DrumsRecorded and Mixed by Andy PattersonMastered by Chris Goosman at Baseline Audio - Ann Arbor, MIBlues harp on “Opiate Blues” by Bad Brad WheelerArtwork by Brian Koschak
"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.
A rallying cry against the post-modern dystopia in which we live, the nine-cut, 40-minute full-length is rife with crisp songwriting, clear presentation and an overall straightforward style that the four-piece is well suited to. As per the Small Stone norm, tracking and mixing was handled by Benny Grotto at Mad Oak Studios in Massachusetts, and as per his norm, there’s no sacrifice of the band’s formidable live energy in the name of getting a professional sound. Your World of Tomorrow is heavy rock for heavy rockers, and I know there are plenty out there who will find satisfaction in the aggression and payoff these songs have to offer.-- H.P. Taskmaster, The Obelisk