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Ceremony of Sludge VI Lineup Announced: Witch Mountain, Disenchanter, Year of the Cobra, Lamprey and Troll to Play

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 20th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

It’s been my pleasure to write about the Portland-based festival Ceremony of Sludge in various ways over the years, from posting lineup news as you see below to videos afterwards, to basically just being entranced by Portland’s commitment to supporting its own underground, wishing I could be there, blah blah blah. Lots of the latter, of course. This year’s lineup, for Ceremony of Sludge VI, feels even more special. Witch Mountain are arguably the biggest band to have played the fest, and they’ll headline a no-filler five-band single-night bill with veterans Disenchanter, a Lamprey reunion (!), newcomer doomers Troll, who released their self-titled debut back in October and are waiting to be picked up by this or that label in three, two, one, and Seattle duo Year of the Cobra.

Though they’re playing in the middle of the lineup, I mention Year of the Cobra last to highlight the fact that the two-piece showcase Ceremony of Sludge VI reaching outside the confines of Portland itself, something I can’t say definitively off the top of my head it’s never done before, but which is certainly rarer than not — one of five, in this case. Add to that the fact that the show is a benefit for the ACLU and Planned Parenthood in Portland, and fuck yes, it’s worth supporting. If you happen to live in that corner of the world, attendance is absolutely a no-brainer.

Info follows:

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Ceremony of Sludge VI Comes to High Water Mark, Portland

CEREMONY OF SLUDGE VI: Benefit For Planned Parenthood and ACLU Of Oregon
MARCH 11th at High Water Mark | Portland, OR
$10 – $20 sliding scale

Portland Heavy Seen, Cravedog,Inc. and Soundcontrol PDX present Ceremony of Sludge VI, to be held March 11th at High Water Mark in Portland, Oregon. This year the annual heavy-music fest is donating 100% of proceeds to local branches of Planned Parenthood and The ACLU of Oregon. The show is 21+ and $10 – $20 (sliding scale) at the door.

Ceremony of Sludge VI lineup:

March 11th
Witch Mountain
Disenchanter
Year Of The Cobra
Lamprey
Troll

Limited edition show posters by Sarah Crosley and merch provided by Cravedog, Inc. will be available for purchase, with all proceeds going into the donation fund.

https://www.facebook.com/ceremonyofsludge
https://www.facebook.com/soundcontrolpdx
http://www.cravedog.com/

Witch Mountain, Live at Saint Vitus Bar, Oct. 7, 2016

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Troubled Horse to Release Revolution on Repeat March 31

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 20th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Seemed like Swedish classic heavy rockers Troubled Horse kind of went to ground after the cycle ended for their 2012 debut, Step Inside (review here). They played a few fests, some shows besides, and put out a video for “Bring My Horses Home” (posted here) in 2014, but half a decade is a considerable span between a first and second album, so their return is a welcome one. Revolution on Repeat, the Örebro natives’ second long-player, will be out on Rise Above Records March 31, and for anyone who’s been missing the frenetic upbeat shuffle of Graveyard, or perhaps wondered what might’ve been had that band been able to pull that rhythmic thrust into a more modern production context, songs like “The Filthy Mob” should provide a fix, while the doomier vibe of “Track 7” does likewise for Witchcraft fans rendered bereft by that outfit’s current direction.

That’s not to say Troubled Horse don’t have their own direction — see the punker intensity of “Peasants” or extended scope of nine-minute closer “Bleeding” — but that their Örebro roots come through along with that. In any case, Step Inside certainly warranted a follow-up. Good to have Troubled Horse provide.

I’ll hope to have more to come, but in the interim, the announcement from the PR wire brings plenty of background:

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Troubled Horse To Release Revolution On Repeat March 31st on Rise Above Records

Artwork and Track Listing Revealed

Like anything worth a damn, heavy music only thrives when it aims to keep moving. Whether growing through crazy acts of evolution or simply by letting the cultural winds drive countless small, incremental changes, the greatest bands are rarely accused of letting the grass grow under their feet. And in the wild and wayward world of undiluted, old school heavy metal and rock’n’roll, Sweden’s Troubled Horse are a living, breathing, balls-out example of how change must always be harnessed to make things bigger, better and more exhilarating.

Formed in 2003 in their hometown of Örebro (also home to Witchcraft), the Horse crew erupted into the consciousness of riff-worshippers everywhere with a low-key seven-inch vinyl release in 2010, and then their debut album Step Inside, which was released by Rise Above Records in 2012. An invigorating whirlwind of spiky garage rock, propulsive psychedelia and thunderous, overdriven soul-meets-doom riffing, Step Inside showcased a band with little interest in current or nostalgic trends, instead revelling in a consciously classic but undeniably fresh new take on the most revered and ageless of musical components.

“We’re not locked into a certain genre,” says frontman Martin Heppich. “We allowed ourselves to explore all kinds of music for inspiration, and then we mix down all ideas into the Troubled Horse grinder! I have always had an idea of what Troubled Horse should be musically since I started the band many years ago, so maybe I come across as some kind of a dictator! What makes us unique in this genre is that we don’t really care if we’re accepted into the type of “exclusive retro rock community” which a lot of times is just ridiculous with all their rules of what’s considered ‘true’ and ‘cool’. If we want to mix doom with punk rock and country music – we’ll do it! We want to create something new, not stare too much into what’s already been done.”

An admirable philosophy, then, and one that has borne dazzling fruit on Troubled Horse’s forthcoming second album Revolution On Repeat. With a refreshed line-up featuring new members Jonas (drums) and Tom (bass) alongside loyal guitar lord Mikael Linder, Martin’s vision of a no-holds-barred celebration of heavy rock in all its colourful, subversive glory has never sounded stronger. From the barrelling, high-energy thunder of Hurricane and Which Way To The Mob through to the sprawling head-rush of The Haunted and acid-tinged, lo-fi psych of Desperation, Revolution On Repeat is an instinctive and naturalistic triumph for fire, fury and feel over the forces of plodding revisionism. Throw in a sublime rendition of Warren Zevon’s death-premonition anthem My Shit’s Fucked Up, and the album amount to a bold, pertinent and subtly dispiriting statement on the state of the world, all underpinned by the loudest guitars imaginable.

“The title Revolution On Repeat refers to the history of society repeating itself again and again,” notes Martin. “[We have] revolution after revolution, with fed up people having enough and finally standing up for themselves. But in the end nothing really changes. Man’s quest for power and wealth tears all great ideas and promises of change apart… and it’s back to square one. It really makes you doubt the current system of democracy. There will be a new uprising – but it won’t take long before it all turns to shit again with a new corrupted leader. People are just too stupid and selfish.”

But despite a gloomy view of humanity, Troubled Horse are never anything less than 100% inspirational. Revolution On Repeat is a diverse, diverting and irresistible slab of curiously timely heavy rock that defies the rulebook and breathes new life into that most enduring and fecund of musical genres. As Martin himself states, it’s the simple things in life that keep us forging ahead with hope in our hearts. Here’s hoping that fire never fades.

“Hopefully people will enjoy the record and we’ll get to go on tour and play live,” he grins. “That would be really awesome! I know it’s a cliché, but playing and writing songs is a venting process at least for me. But this is a team effort, even though I always have the last word because I’m a jerk…ha ha ha!”

Revolution On Repeat Track Listing:
1. Hurricane
2. The Filthy Ones
3. Which Way To The Mob
4. Peasants
5. The Haunted
6. Desperation
7. Track 7
8. My Shit’s Fucked Up
9. Let Bastards Know
10. Bleeding

https://www.facebook.com/troubledhorse/
https://www.instagram.com/troubledhorse
http://www.riseaboverecords.com/
https://www.facebook.com/riseaboverecords/

Troubled Horse, “Bring My Horses Home” official video

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Megaritual Post 18-Minute Single “Temple”

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 20th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

To place Megaritual‘s latest outing on the timeline of the Australian one-man band’s work overall, a little context is needed. Context like guitarist/vocalist Dale Paul Walker noting that the recording of “Temple” goes back further than the two Mantra Music EPs compiled onto a White Dwarf Records single-LP (review here) last year, and is to the best of my knowledge the earliest recording yet posted project. On it, Walker is joined by drummer Govinda Das and Megaritual works as a jammy duo, though the impression “Temple” makes over the breadth of its 18-minute span is prescient of the blend of Eastern-inflected psychedelia and tonal weight that Walker has continued to develop in the band to this point.

I don’t mind telling you that the Mantra Music LP basically kicked my ass around the block when I heard it, so to check out some of the roots of that and the subsequent Eclipse (review here) EP is a pleasure. Temple, as a standalone release, would seem to have more in common with Eclipse, which is also a single-song offering, and frankly if Megaritual wanted to pair the two on a limited run of tapes or something like that — just throwing out ideas here — I know at least one shitheel blogger from the States who wouldn’t complain.

Release background and the Bandcamp stream follow. Dig in:

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Megaritual – Temple

This one song album actually predates the “Mantra Music” EP’s and is an artifact from the dawn of megaritual. Recorded during the summer of 2013/2014, this song is based around one big freeform jam between two fellow seekers, cut live off the floor and then given extensive post production collage work, very much inspired by Teo Macero’s work on Miles Davis’ “Bitches Brew” era work. A harbinger of things to come.

Released January 17, 2017.

Dale Paul Walker: Guitars, Vocals, Effects
Govinda Das: Drums

Recorded over the Australian summer of 2013/2014 at Montagne Mystica in the Byron Hinterland with additional tweaking at The Hermits Hill. Engineered, mixed and mastered by Dale Paul Walker. All music by Dale Paul Walker and Govinda Das. Lyrics by Dale Paul Walker.

https://megaritual.bandcamp.com/
http://www.whitedwarfrock.com/

Megaritual, Temple (2017)

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Radio Moscow Sign to Century Media

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 19th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

San Diego heavy rock forerunners Radio Moscow have inked a deal to release their next album on Century Media Records. The trio will enter the studio soon to record the follow-up to 2014’s Magical Dirt (review here) with an eye toward a summer 2017 release. Given that everything Radio Moscow have put out to-date going back to their 2007 self-titled debut has come out via Alive Naturalsound, I’ll say this one hits as something of a surprise, and I feel like I haven’t even had enough time to process if it’s a bigger get for the label or for the band. Both maybe? I don’t know.

Either way, Radio Moscow definitely mark Century Media‘s biggest foray into heavy rock to-date in the current swing — lest we forget Fu Manchu were a Century Media band for a minute there — and as they were already one of the hardest-working — and, frankly, one of the best — live acts I’ve ever seen, I don’t anticipate this new label deal will slow their momentum any. Can it really be anything other than a win to push them further into headliner status? Not on any level I can think of.

Just off the PR wire:

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RADIO MOSCOW Signs Worldwide Deal with Century Media Records

Southern Californian rock trio RADIO MOSCOW and CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS are proud to announce a worldwide partnership to release the band’s upcoming albums. RADIO MOSCOW already started songwriting and will enter the studio soon to release their fifth full length album in late summer 2017.

Guitarist and vocalist Parker Griggs comments: “Radio Moscow couldn’t be more stoked to be joining the Century Media family! When we met these guys we spent hours nerding out on obscure classics from our favorite era of Rock ‘n’ Roll (1965-1974)…. so we feel right at home! Excited to keep writing and working on the next Radio Moscow release on Century Media. Looking forward to 2017 with a new label and album! Peace n Love!”

Jens Prueter, Head of A&R at Century Media Europe adds: “A beautiful summer night at a club in the middle of Germany, some beers, a nice chat about weird 60s stuff and an amazing sweaty show: that’s a good start for a long time partnership. I’m very happy to welcome this highly talented band that is taking the roots to the roof!”
Trends come and go, but the idea of a bunch of guys getting together in a garage and playing the kind of music that makes the neighbors call the cops – that’s forever. And it’s that idea that’s crystallized in the form of Radio Moscow who took their name from an obscure 60s garage punk novelty single. The power trio led by the Stratocaster genius Parker Griggs have found THE formula: Crunching, heavy Sabbath-style chords topped with fiery solos that earn the right to be called Hendrixian. Radio Moscow plants their flag firmly in the territory where psychedelic rock and cranked-up blues meet. The sound is unabashedly retro (think Cream, Blue Cheer, Led Zep or Jimi Hendrix Experience), so it’s easy to see how it caught the ear of the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who produced Radio Moscow’s 2007 self-titled debut.

With “Brain Cycles”, their second album, Radio Moscow proves that they’re not a cheap time machine but a direct descendant from the golden age of Rock ‘n’ Roll. In 2011, Griggs continued his psychedelic trip with “The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz” followed by “Magical Dirt” in 2014.
Parker Griggs (vocals, guitar), Anthony Meier (bass) and Paul Marrone (drums) hit the road hard in the U.S. and in Europe, touring with the likes of Graveyard, Witchcraft, Joe Bonamassa and Pentagram, followed by an appearance on the legendary German television program Rockpalast.

Coming off of what seems like endless touring proceeding and following the recording of the double-live gatefold “Live! In California”, Radio Moscow is ready to hit the studio again. “Live!…” was recorded absolutely live with no overdubs of any kind; New York Music Daily called it the Best Heavy Psych LP of 2016, proclaiming “there’s nothing that’s been released in 2016 that can touch this.”

The band toured the U.S., Europe, South America, and Australia around the release of the live document, landing at such festivals as Desert Daze (US), the Void Fest (Ger), Electric Funeral (US), Burg Herzberg Fest (Ger), and the Orbital Festival in Santiago, Chile, to name a few.

The live album wrapped up the first chapter of the band’s career, playing highlights from their first four studio albums. As Rolling Stone’s Dave DiMartino cited, “I would be lying if I did not say I have been completely taken with this…The band actively evokes all that was great about hard-rock trios, but does it with such gleeful abandon you’ve got to admire both their spirit and whatever time capsule they rode in on. Great fun.”
The story continues with a new chapter in 2017.
Discography:
Radio Moscow (2007)
Brain Cycles (2009)
The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz (2011)
3 & 3 Quarters (2012), early demos recorded in 2003 by Parker Griggs
Rancho Tehama EP (2013)
Magical Dirt (2014)
Live! In California (2016)

RADIO MOSCOW line-up:
Parker Griggs (vocals, guitar)
Anthony Meier (bass)
Paul Marrone (drums)

http://radiomoscow.net/
www.facebook.com/radiomoscowband
www.instagram.com/radiomoscowband
http://www.centurymedia.com/
https://www.facebook.com/centurymedia

Radio Moscow, Live in Fullerton, CA, May 21, 2016

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Attalla Announce Glacial Rule out March 24

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 19th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

Wisconsin-based sludge rockers Attalla — not to be confused with similarly-named Californian post-desert outfit Atala — put out their self-titled debut (review here) in 2014. That album struck a grower chord over time, and eventually earned itself a reissue through doesn’t-put-put-stuff-if-it-sucks Pennsylvania imprint Shadow Kingdom Records. The band has announced they’ll self-release the follow-up, titled Glacial Rule, on vinyl March 24, and will begin taking preorders a month before.

Art, tracks and whatnot are all still to come, but Attalla put in some significant road time last year, so it should be interesting to hear what they’ve come up with when they get there. I asked the band to tell me a little bit about the record and they were kind enough to oblige. You can see in the quote below that it’s 12 minutes longer than the self-titled while remaining the same number of songs, so seems like some definite changes in approach will have taken place. Guess we’ll find out.

That quote and album details follow, as sent by the band:

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Attalla on making Glacial Rule:

‘Glacial Rule’ is a huge step forward for us both musically and as a band. We really took our time working and reworking the songs on this album until they were exactly what we wanted. It is another six-track album but it’s about 12 minutes longer than our first. We were not afraid to jam on a riff until we felt it was finished.

The songs are more dynamic, have some real depth and carry an overall heavier, darker tone. Recording was handled by Shane Hochstetler at Howl Street and the production is absolutely huge. We didn’t half-ass anything on the vinyl packaging either. It is a gatefold jacket with two great pieces by Adam Burke and the vinyl is pressed on two different colors. It is an album we are truly proud of!

‘GLACIAL RULE’
Out March 24th, 2017 on vinyl, cd and digital.
Recorded by Shane Hochstetler of Howl Street Recordings.
Mastered by Carl Saff.
Artwork by Adam Burke.
Layout by the Company.
Released 100% DIY.
Pre-Orders start February 24th at www.attallawi.bandcamp.com

‘Glacial Rule’ tracklisting:
1. Butte Des Morts
2. Ice Harvest
3. Valderan
4. Black Wolf Rituals
5. Devil’s Lake
6. Glacial Rule

Attalla is:
Cody Stieg – Lead Guitar/Vocal
Brian Hinckley – Rhythm Guitar
Bryan Kunde – Bass
James Slater – Drums

http://facebook.com/attallawi
http://www.attallawi.bandcamp.com

Attalla, Attalla (2014)

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Holy Mount to Release The Drought Feb. 24

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 19th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

Preorders are, of course, up now. Feb. 24 is the release date for White Dwarf Records‘ limited vinyl run of Holy Mount‘s The Drought. This marks the second collaboration (by my count) between the Toronto-based heavy psych swirlmakers and the Berlin imprint, which also issued a deluxe version of their 2014 debut, We Fell from the Sky, in 2015. Likewise, The Drought was first self-released by the band digitally as their third full-length last year, and if there’s any question as to why it might get picked up for an LP issue, between the cover and the full stream that you can hear at the bottom of this post, any and all queries should be thoroughly answered.

Holy Mount have another long-player, 2014’s VOL, and a slew of other short releases on their Bandcamp page, which is linked below, so if you want to dig in, there’s much fodder for that purpose. If the band is new to you, as they are to me, you’ve got nothing to lose.

Have at it:

HOLY MOUNT THE DROUGHT

HOLY MOUNT – The Drought (WHD 008)

Limited edition of 150 copies on yellow and 350 copies on black 180 gram vinyl! Inside-Out-Cover, including download card!

“By the frigid, windy great lakes of Toronto, Canada situated on a broad sloping plateau intersected by an extensive network of rivers and deep ravines, lies HOLY MOUNT. At the summit, four hermits have been gathering for years celebrating Heavy Psych ceremonies, channeling the mystery of the great north. Their last recorded ritual, released early this year by White Dwarf, titled ‘The Drought’, shows the quartet comprised of Danijel, Brandon, Troy and Clayton at his best with heavy doomy drones, ghostly enchantings and superb guitar riffs/solos filled with fuzz reverberating through the Black Mountains above into the Dead Meadows below.” The Temple

1. Ground Water 00:56
2. Division 05:00
3. Basalt 05:19
4. Omni Cide 07:09
5. Blackened Log 05:42
6. Blood Cove 06:52
7. The Drought 07:26

Label: White Dwarf
Release: 24.02.2017

HOLY MOUNT are:
Brandon Mckenzie – Bass Guitar
Troy Legree – Drums
Danijel Losic – Guitar, Vocals
Clayton Churcher

Recorded and mixed by Clayton Churcher Mastering by Brad Boatright / Audiosiege
Artwork by Jesse DeNobrega

https://www.facebook.com/holymountisloud/
https://holymount.bandcamp.com/
https://whitedwarf3.bandcamp.com/album/holy-mount-the-drought-whd-008
http://www.whitedwarfrock.com/

Holy Mount, The Drought (2017)

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The Freeks & Komatsu Euro Tour Starts Feb. 28

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 19th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

We’ve known for a while now that Californian heavy psych/punk rockers The Freeks would be heading abroad to support their 2016 album, Shattered (review here), and with the release out through Italian label Heavy Psych Sounds, it’s even more reasonable to have that label’s booking wing presenting the shows. All makes a lot of sense, I guess is the point, including the significant stretch of the tour that takes place in Italy before hitting Switzerland, France, Austria and Germany, starting Feb. 28 in Rome and going from there. Looks like an awesome run, and no doubt The Freeks will kill it along the way.

They go in the company of Netherlands-based Komatsu, who released their debut full-length, Recipe for Murder One (review here), on Argonauta, and between some of the expanse The Freeks offer and the at times intense tonal weight brought forth by Komatsu, they should make for a fitting and complementary lineup. I won’t get to see the shows, of course, but I’ll look forward at least to the customary tour-end picture of both bands in front of a van or empty stage celebrating the end of a successful time together.

Heavy Psych Sounds announced it like this:

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THE FREEKS + Komatsu European Dates Announced!

Heavy Psych Sounds Booking is proud to announce the EU dates for the Californian 70’s fuzzsters The Freeks! The band is just out with their last record “Shattered.” Supporting the entire tour, the heavy rockers from Netherlands, Komatsu!

The Freeks feature Ruben Romano former drummer of Fu Manchu and Nebula as well as Tom Davies, bass player of Nebula.

HAVE FUN!

The Freeks & Komatsu live:
28.02.2017 IT Roma-Traffic
01.03.2017 IT Torino-Café Liber
02.03.2017 IT Erba-Centrale Rock
03.03.2017 IT Bologna-Freak Out
04.03.2017 IT Fidenza-Arci Taun
05.03.2017 IT Castel D’Ario-Hostaria
06.03.2017 IT Zerobranco-Altroquando
07.03.2017 IT Trieste-Tetris
08.03.2017 IT Savignano-Sidro
09.03.2017 CH Basel-Hirschneck
10.03.2017 FR Ensisheim-Woodstock Guitar Shop
11.03.2017 CH Luzern-Bruch Bros
12.03.2017 AT Feldkirch-Graf Hugo
13.03.2017 Looking for a show!
14.03.2017 AT Leipzig-Zoro
15.03.2017 DE Halle-Huhnermanhattan
16.03.2017 DE Berlin
17.03.2017 DE Dresden-Sabotage
18.03.2017 DE Erfurt-Tiko
19.03.2017 DE Munster-Rare Guitar Shop

https://www.facebook.com/TheFreeks/
https://www.facebook.com/komatsurock/
www.heavypsychsounds.com

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Project Grimm Announce The Crass Menagerie out Feb. 15

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 18th, 2017 by H.P. Taskmaster

In 2015, ultra-respected Italian print ‘zine Vincebus Eruptum did a story in its 19th issue (review here) highlighting the prodigious and sometimes bizarre Houston noise rock scene. Around the same time, the label wing of the same publication hooked up with the Linus Pauling Quartet to release the early-2016 full-length, Ampalanche (review here), basically putting their money where their mouth is. Or at very least continuing to in a manner beyond the already considerable factor of running a print outlet in the 2010s.

Seems fair to look at Vincebus Eruptum Recordings picking up Houston’s Project Grimm (ex-The Mike Gunn) to issue their first album in well over a decade, The Crass Menagerie, as an extension of the same impulse. The record is set to arrive on Feb. 15, and feature eight tracks split up over two sides of a vinyl limited to just 300 copies, 100 red, 200 black, that, when you buy it direct from the label, come with a copy of Vincebus Eruptum No. 21.

Preorders are up now. Vincebus Eruptum Recordings posted the following info on the subject:

project grimm the crass menagerie

PROJECT GRIMM “The Crass Menagerie”

Issue date: 15th of February 2017

Limited edition vinyl (VELP016): 300 copies (100 copies on red vinyl + 200 copies on black vinyl)

Track-list:
A1 – E. Pluribus Merman
A2 – Solvent
A3 – Cloud No Larger Than A Man’s Hand
A4 – New Two
B1 – Deliveryman’s Threat
B2 – Cartographer
B3 – Grifters
B4 – A German Beach

The first album by the Houston cult band after 15 years!!! From the ashes of THE MIKE GUNN to that heavy-psych unique sound! The trio is composed by John Cramer (ex Mike Gunn) on guitar and vocals, Drew Calhoun on bass and Ricky Costello on drums.

THAT VINYL WILL BE SHIPPED TOGETHER WITH A FREE COPY OF VINCEBUS ERUPTUM MAGAZINE N.21

The cost contains the fee to subscribe and/or the donation to the Associazione Culturale VINCEBUS ERUPTUM

https://www.facebook.com/Project-Grimm-121509194528707/
http://www.projectgrimm.com/
https://projectgrimm.bandcamp.com/
http://vincebuseruptum.bigcartel.com/product/project-grimm-the-crass-menagerie-includes-association-fee-donation
https://www.facebook.com/vincebuseruptumassociation/
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Project Grimm, Huge Beings (2003)

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