Salice Cried the Big Stoner Machine Have a Two-Minute Video that Clearly Took Longer than that to Make
If you’ve got two minutes and an affection for stoner rock, Italian trio Salice Cried – The Big Stoner Machine, whose name I prefer to write as though someone named Salice was crying the machine itself — through what I can only imagine would be abnormally large tear ducts — have a few riffs they’d like to send your way. The admirably-titled cut “Freedoom” comes from their new album, the title of which I can’t seem to find anywhere. Either way, the video has charm to match the song, so I figured it was worth a post, whatever information I’d generally prefer to have.
Should you decide to investigate the band for yourself and see if you have better luck finding that album title than I did (admittedly, I’ve had a few at this point — woo hoo, living it up on the blog), check them out on Thee Facebooks here. Please let me know if you get it figured out.
And either way, dig it:
Tags: Italy, Naples, Salice Cried the Big Stoner Machine