Nebula Announce Reunion Lineup; Shows and New Album to Come in 2018

After years of rumors, innuendo and — most of all — official silence from founding guitarist/vocalist Eddie Glass, Nebula are coming back. It’s been eight years since the release of their last full-length, 2009’s Heavy Psych (review here), and as they look to begin playing shows in 2018, they’ll be two full decades out from their landmark 1998 debut EP, Let it Burn. Last time we heard from Glass was in 2010, at which point, amid a canceled tour, he assured fans via MySpace that the band would continue. Seems fitting somehow that the announcement of their new lineup should come via Thee Facebooks. Age of wonders and all that.

Joining Eddie Glass in Nebula will be bassist Tom Davies, who played on Heavy Psych, and drummer Michael Amster, also of Blaak Heat and Abrams. News about live dates is reportedly coming this Friday. There’s been nothing specific yet revealed for touring or a new release, but new material is allegedly in the works as well.

Here’s where it stands:


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L.A. power trio Nebula, whose cosmic cocktail of heavy riffs, electric blues and psychedelic space rock has earned the band international (and, dare we say, universal) acclaim have returned.

Nebula will be back after almost 10 years w/ a number of live shows in April and June 2018 and a new Studio Album.

Nebula released their first album on Tee Pee in 1998 titled Let It Burn. Let It Burn is being reissued on vinyl later this year and will be released as a limited edition double LP, the first LP containing the original Let It Burn album plus two bonus tracks and a second LP will contain the original demos from the Let It Burn sessions.

The great swirling, electrical ball of dynamism and potential known as Nebula formed in the mythical abyss of Los Angeles in 1997. Nebula creates pure guitar-driven, conscious expanding rock for the 21st century. They are a culmination of their rock forbearers such as Jimi Hendrix, MC5, The Stooges and Mudhoney turned up a notch, taken to the next level and blasting through space. Nebula spread their gospel through their music and what they are preaching will leave the congregation on the floor.

Lineup on the upcoming shows in 2018 will be:

Eddie Glass vox/guitar
Tom Davies vox/bass
Michael Amster drums

More news coming up THIS Friday !!

https://www.facebook.com/NebulaBand/
http://nebulamusic.com/

Nebula, Heavy Psych (2009)

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2 Responses to “Nebula Announce Reunion Lineup; Shows and New Album to Come in 2018”

  1. Alex says:

    Great news, let’s hope for the best, although their last albums weren’t as awesome as their early stuff.

  2. ShamanJourney says:

    This is killer news! Nebula Smokin Woman has been one of my favorite songs of all time, when he says”Guitar” and that solo comes in, just epic

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