No Good Advice to Release From the Outer Space April 28

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I’m not entirely sure what a ‘super looper groover’ is or what one does, but that shit is catchy and No Good Advice seem to know it. The Italian four-piece seem to toe the line between stoner and more aggro fare on their debut album, From the Outer Space — as opposed to the Innerspace, lest we have to call up Dennis Quaid, Martin Short and peak-era Meg Ryan (actually, come to think of it, 1987 was “peak-era” all three) — at least if “Super Looper Groover” is anything to go by, but golly they sound like they’re having a good time doing so.

Argonauta Records will have From the Outer Space released on April 28 and preorders are up now if that’s your thing. The posted word that the hook-laden “Super Looper Groover” is available now for public consumption, and you’ll find it below along with the album art and more info on the band.

Have at it:


No Good Advice – From the Outer Space

Italian Stoner Rockers No Good Advice reveal cover artwork and first single from their highly anticipated new album. The song “Super Looper Groover” is available here.

The album “From the Outer Space” will be available from April 28, 2017. The CD edition is enriched by an extensive 24 pages booklet with high quality sci-fi illustrations and themes. Preorders run here:

1 The Great Dawn
2 Space Surfers
3 Black Monolith
4 Napalm
5 Suicide Inside
6 Stoned Jesus
7 Super Looper Groover
8 Astronaut Superstar
9 Mother of the Void
10 Tears of the Universe
11 Into Your Grave
12 Between the Earth and Space

No Good Advice begin their journey in Turin (Italy) in autumn 2012, from an idea of the founders Livio “Rozzy” Cadeddu (guitar and vocals), Giacomo “Jack Daniel’s” Passarelli (drums) and Enrico “Mr. Reeno” Paternò (bass). After a line-up change Lorenzo “Big Muff” Moffa (guitar) joins the band in the end of 2014.

The result is the creation of songs that embrace the compositional style of “Stoner Rock” with a massive use of persistent and powerful riffs where fast rhythm sections accompany a “seventies” touch.

No Good Advice, “Super Looper Groover”

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