Jakethehawk Premiere “June” From Hinterlands out Feb. 19

Posted in audiObelisk on January 7th, 2021 by JJ Koczan

Jakethehawk Hinterlands

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Instead, it’s the subsequent “Ochre and Umber” that starts off at a sprint, but even that’s momentary, as the band instead turns to a drift and floating Jakethehawk Hinterlandsprogression as setup for the central riff that emerges complemented/contrasted by acoustic strum in the verse. Hooky and revealing of the band’s metalloprog leanings, “Ochre and Umber” is backed by “Interzone Mantra,” which is fuzzed, stretched, intense and patient all at the same time, a consuming highlight for a record that’s already shown marked grace and only continues to do so throughout side B, as “Still Life” (lest we forget  Opeth) leans more toward the acoustics in longer subdued stretches before unveiling its full doomly march.

Somewhere between weighted prog and heavy post-rock, Jakethehawk stand out because of their underlying punk influence without being at all punk. As the bass rumbles in “Uncanny Valley” and the guitars once more embrace a wider breadth intertwined with acoustics, the atmosphere is central in a way that most heavy rock doesn’t dare toward, while keeping a sense of not just continuity with the material surrounding, but a point of arrival at the album’s crescendo, which it might be were it not for “June” at the end crashing in with its initial roll, the opening riff familiar but hard to pick out of a half-remembered ether as the band twist it into their own and proceed to summarize the blend of craft and mood they’ve harnessed all along throughout Hinterlands, culminating in a significant round of pummel and shouts before rumbling to the album’s finish.

Jakethehawk were announced as signing to Ripple last September as part of a cohort that includes Thunder HorseStarified and Appalooza. As records have started to arrive from this set, they each bring something new to the label’s aesthetic, and Jakethehawk‘s penchant for heavy and progressive melody does likewise. Parts may ring recognizable, but they’re no one here so much as themselves.

“June” is premiering below, followed by the album preorder link and more info from the PR wire.

Please enjoy:

Album preorder: https://ripplemusic.bigcartel.com/products?utf8=%E2%9C%93&search=jakethehawk

Formed in 2016, Jakethehawk has always sought to synthesize the classic, riff-centric sound of proto-metal’s pioneers with the textures of psychedelic rock and progressive rock. Additionally, heavy influence is drawn from the band’s home turf… both from the the lush, wooded river valley and from the rich tradition of folk music that still blossoms here. Really, it would be disingenuous for a band from this place to call themselves “desert rock”… much as the landscape and the culture shaped the music of the Palm Desert scene in the early 90’s, so too does Jakethehawk embrace the influence from their homeland. The band embrace their self-given, oxymoronic moniker, “Appalachian Desert Rock” because, they feel it sums these things up… but more importantly than that.. they like it.

2020 sees core members Huxley, Lober and Lober adding guitarist and “sometimes vocalist” Josh Emery to the band as a permanent member to expand their sonic palette in both a live and studio setting.

Jakethehawk is:
John Huxley (Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards)
Jordan Lober (Drums)
Justin Lober (Bass, Vocals)
Josh Emery (Guitar, Vocals)

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Ripplefest Virtual: Howling Giant, Horseburner & Jakethehawk to Play Livestream

Posted in Whathaveyou on December 3rd, 2020 by JJ Koczan

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Three bands in three different locales coming together for one night of killer heavy. I’ll spare you the ‘usually you’d show up for this show’ bullshit because it’s December and at this point we’ve all been through this all year. I’m tired of it. You’re tired of it. But, especially if you’re in the States, people are still dying by the thousands, so you have to work with what you’ve got. Ripplefest Virtual brings Howling GiantHorseburner and Jakethehawk “together” on a single bill you can watch while you sit on your ass and try to figure out how to cast the Facebook app to your smart tv. As regards “what you’ve got,” that’s not actually all that terrible.

The show is Dec. 18, as the PR wire informs, and the link and whatnot is below as well. Set yourself a reminder on that fancy phone:

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Join HOWLING GIANT, HORSEBURNER and JAKETHEHAWK for their special RippleFest Virtual live stream this December 18th, 2020!

Ripple Music present the very first RIPPLEFEST VIRTUAL, an exclusive online festival hosting special performances from HOWLING GIANT, HORSEBURNER and JAKETHEHAWK, taking place straight in your living room on Friday 18th December!

A magical evening, three bands that yearn for the golden days of live touring find themselves in a cyberscape of infinite possibility. Join us for this virtual bacchanal as Howling Giant, Horseburner, and Jakethehawk rekindle the riff and stoke the fires of friendship in a live experience unparalleled in the digital age. The RIPPLEFEST VIRTUAL live stream will start on Friday 18th December, 2020 at 7:00PM EST (01:00AM CET). This event is designed for you to move your coffee table out of the way and jump around your living room, so join the party and keep your screens ready!

RIPPLEFEST VIRTUAL
Streaming from your living room on Friday 18th December!
Join the official Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/856537705115902/

JAKETHEHAWK – 07:00 PM EST (01:00 AM CET)
Formed in 2016, Jakethehawk has always sought to synthesize the classic, riff-centric sound of proto-metal’s pioneers with the textures of psychedelic rock and progressive rock. Additionally, heavy influence is drawn from the band’s home turf… both from the the lush, wooded river valley and from the rich tradition of folk music that still blossoms here.

HORSEBURNER – 08:00 PM EST (02:00 AM CET)
Mountain-melting stoner metal from Parkersburg, USA. Stoner metal. Sludge. Doom. Call it what you will, Parkersburg, West Virginia’s Horseburner creates riff-heavy rock n’ roll to shake your insides.

HOWLING GIANT – 09:00 PM EST (03:00 AM CET)
Born out of some space fuzz chamber and dropped down on Nashville, Tennessee, Howling Giant’s form of metal is a unique and eclectic fairy tale trip through the stars.

The RippleFest Virtual show will be available on Ripple socials after the event.

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Howling Giant, Live on Twitch

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Ripple Music Signs Four Bands During a Pandemic Like it Ain’t a Thing

Posted in Whathaveyou on September 25th, 2020 by JJ Koczan

Something of a shopping spree for Ripple Music here in terms of announcing four new bands signed at the same time. With two domestic and two international acts, the Bay Area imprint continues to further its reach in terms of geography as well as style, and as all the groups involved — Jakethehawk, Thunder Horse, Starified and Appalooza — had records out, they’ll all be well due by the time their 2021 release dates come around. I’d have to wonder how many of these records are already in the can and just pushed back because of THE OBVIOUS, but either way, Ripple says they’re coming, they’re coming.

And seriously, maybe save some rock and roll for everyone else, Ripple Music? Or, you know, don’t. Whatever works.

The PR wire brought you all this info:

ripple music shopping spree

RIPPLE MUSIC welcome new bands Starified, Appalooza, Jakethehawk and Thunder Horse to their roster for the release of new albums in 2021!

Bay Area-based independent label RIPPLE MUSIC just inked deals with Starified (Russia), Appalooza (France), Jakethehawk (USA) and Thunder Horse (USA) for the release of their upcoming new albums in early 2021. Let’s have a quick roundup!

RIPPLE MUSIC is an independent, California-based label revered worldwide for unearthing the finest bands in heavy rock, stoner, doom and metal through a constant flow of quality releases since 2010, including the latest outings from Scott “Wino” Weinrich, Tony Reed, Wo Fat, Mothership, Mos Generator, The Necromancers, Zed, Vokonis and many others. The label is also known for initiating memorable collaborations between great musicians from the heavy rock world through the release of their sold-out ‘Second Coming of Heavy’ and ‘Turned To Stone’ split records, as well as the more recent ‘Blood and Strings’ acoustic series.

JAKETHEHAWK (USA)

Appalachian rockers JAKETHEHAWK take things into the high-as-hell eighties and lowlife nineties, dredging from the lake floor Kyuss and early Soundgarden but with a bit more hipshake and no Subpop pretension or cynicism. Expect some skyscraping solos, mammoth riffs wrapped in a delightful dose of mystique, as the Pittsburgh foursome is ready to release its third album in early 2021.

THUNDER HORSE (USA)

Hailing from Texas, THUNDER HORSE delivers metal that is played slow and low, with an intensity few others can replicate. A wall of amps and an almost tribal rhythmic vibe produces a guttural sound with intense and mind-bending sensations. Imagine if Black Sabbath and Jane’s Addiction melded into one band and had a Pink Floyd influenced stage show with a Quadraphonic PA.

STARIFIED (Russia)

Moscow’s heavy progressive rockers STARIFIED are a hard-hitting, groove-driven power trio led by a singing drummer. The band call themselves students of the old school rock masters: from Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath to Foo Fighters and Jack White, the Russian trio worships at the altar of powerful riffs, stirring melodies and a raw and dirty garage sound.

APPALOOZA (France)

APPALOOZA is a long-gone stallion speeding after a lost freedom. Formed in Brest, France, in 2012, the band takes its cue from the alt-heavy firepower of Alice in Chains, as well as the rock’n’roll stampede of the likes of Queens of the Stone Age or Them Crooked Vultures, propelling itself with a creativity and sense of direction that are the essence of great bands.

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Jakethehawk, To Build a Fire (2018)

Thunder Horse, Thunder Horse (2018)

Starified, Feathers (2018)

Appalooza, Appalooza (2018)

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Jakethehawk Premiere Video for “The Silk Road”

Posted in Bootleg Theater on October 23rd, 2018 by JJ Koczan

jakethehawk (Photo by Shannon Kenyon)

There’s a special kind of magic that happens when everything clicks in the rehearsal space. Some songs a band agonizes over, endlessly revising part after part, transition after transition. The smallest tempo change can take a month to iron out. Then some other songs take about as long to write as they take to play for a first time through. I don’t know what goes into releasing your two first albums in the same year, but as Jakethehawk approach the Nov. 10 release date for their second outing, To Build a Fire, through Blackseed Records, it doesn’t seem like the kind of effort a band would put in if they weren’t actually working from a spark of inspiration. It’s not like this is 1965 and they’re signed to a label that has them touring 200 shows a year and releasing a new single every two months. If they didn’t have the utmost conviction behind them, there wouldn’t be a point to it.

And if you didn’t hear earlier-2018’s apparently-aptly-titled debut, Year of the Hawk, don’t be put off by their name-the-noun moniker. They’re a heavy rock band, and as the first audio to come from To Build a Fire, the new video for “The Silk Road” finds guitarists Jake Ferranti (so is he the hawk? and why do I feel old asking that question?) and John Huxley sharing vocals effectively as bassist Justin Lober and drummer Jordan Lober (relation assumed) hold together a classically fluid rhythm that remains modern thanks to its party vibe and a sleek groove that seems tense in the oh-man-we’re-about-to-play-really-fast-you-better-watch-out kind of way, but manages to restrain that impulse, instead jamming through the midsection and ending back on the hook for an energetic finish. Again, it’s just an initial glimpse of what might come on To Build a Fire, and you’ll note it’s separate from the four-part, side-A-consuming title-track, but even so, its swing and its nod bode well for the rest of the release to come. It’ll be November before you know it.

Like next week, apparently. Jeez.

Release show for To Build a Fire is in Pittsburgh on Nov. 10 with Sun Voyager, Zom and Vulcanite. Jakethehawk have a couple other dates booked that you can see below, along with some more PR wire background on the record.

That’s all, of course, after the video for “The Silk Road” itself, which is premiering here hopefully to your enjoyment:

Jakethehawk, “The Silk Road” official video premiere

Blackseed Records artists, JAKETHEHAWK have created their first music video premiering, ‘The Silk Road’, of their upcoming record, ‘To Build a Fire’. Video was filmed, edited and directed by Joe Stammerjohn / Eyes to the Sky Films (Pittsburgh, PA). https://www.facebook.com/eyestotheskyfilms/

Coming out this November 2018!

The band shared some insight into creating the new album:

“The bones of this album were mostly written on acoustic guitar with the idea that it would give the music a more ‘song focused’ feel. The title track songs were rewarding, because they contain cohesive musical and thematic journey. To Build a Fire’ is a representation both of where we are as a band and where we want to go musically and texturally.”

To Build A Fire’ – Track List:
1. To Build A Fire pt. 1: First, We Kill All the Lawyers
2. To Build A Fire pt. 2: Parting Glass
3. To Build A Fire pt. 3: Recluse
4. To Build A Fire pt. 4: Geotaxis
5. Carcosa
6. Holy Water
7. The Silk Road
8. Strand

Jakethehawk live:
Nov. 3 – Erie, PA (w/ These Idol Hands, Black Moon Mistress) https://www.facebook.com/events/1947862042172795/
Nov. 10 – Pittsburgh, PA – JaketheHawk CD Release Show (w/ Sun Voyager, Zom, Vulcanite) https://www.facebook.com/events/233332964205414/
Nov. 11 – Richmond, VA – (w/Vulcanite, Night Business)

Jakethehawk is:
Vocals/Guitars – Jake Ferranti
Bass – Justin Lober
Drums – Jordan Lober
Guitars/Vocals – John Huxley

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Jakethehawk Set Nov. 10 Release for To Build a Fire

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 12th, 2018 by JJ Koczan

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Two albums in a year is pretty rare for a band who aren’t jamming out space rock or psychedelic improv. Pittsburgh’s Jakethehawk up the ante on a quick turnaround with their second album of 2018 — also their second album, period — To Build a Fire, which will see release Nov. 10 through Blackseed Records. The band are fresh off an appearance at this year’s Descendants of Crom fest in their hometown, and they’ve unveiled the details for the new record, including the righteous cover art that recalls Forming the Void and some of David Paul Seymour‘s work. In any case, one wonders how much this will be the course of things for Jakethehawk or if, with a four-part titular opener, the new record isn’t a result of a glut of material from the writing of their first album.

Either way, it’s a remarkable feat that they’re getting it out before the end of November, let alone the actual end of the year. Here’s to working quickly and recording yourself.

From the PR wire:

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JAKETHEHAWK to release their sophomore album, ‘TO BUILD A FIRE’ via BLACKSEED RECORDS on November 10, 2018

Pittsburgh’s own ‘Appalachian Desert Rock’ brotherly quartet of JAKETHEHAWK continues to pursue the sky with the announcement of a new full-length album coming in November on Blackseed Records. Their sophomore record, ‘TO BUILD A FIRE’, comes less than a year after their debut release, ‘Year Of The Hawk’ last January.

The band shared some insight into creating the new album:

“The bones of this album were mostly written on acoustic guitar with the idea that it would give the music a more ‘song focused’ feel. The title track songs were rewarding, because they contain cohesive musical and thematic journey. To Build a Fire’ is a representation both of where we are as a band and where we want to go musically and texturally.”

‘To Build A Fire’ – Track List:

To Build A Fire pt. 1: First, We Kill All the Lawyers
To Build A Fire pt. 2: Parting Glass
To Build A Fire pt. 3: Recluse
To Build A Fire pt. 4: Geotaxis
Carcosa
Holy Water
The Silk Road
Strand

With all music written and performed by Jakethehawk, the album was recorded and engineered by Justin Lober in Pittsburgh, with mastering by James Plotkin at Plotkinworks. The beautiful cover illustration and design is by Joe Mruk of Red Buffalo Illustration.

Set to arrive on November 10, 2018, ‘To Build A Fire’ will be available via Blackseed Records in physical format on CD, with Digital Download and Streaming through all major outlets (Bandcamp, Spotify, etc.).

Jakethehawk is:
Vocals/Guitars – Jake Ferranti
Bass – Justin Lober
Drums – Jordan Lober
Guitars/Vocals – John Huxley

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JaketheHawk Release Debut Album Year of the Hawk

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 29th, 2018 by JJ Koczan

Riff-driven Pittsburgh four-piece JaketheHawk have released their debut album, Year of the Hawk, on Blackseed Records. Comprised of an utterly manageable and thoroughly unpretentious five tracks, the offering readily toes the line between heavy rock and more aggressive, metallic fare, finding a niche not heard from the Steel City since the likes of SuperVoid a few years back, but presented with a bluesier take and a less directly metal base of influence. Okay I guess maybe less like SuperVoid and more like a band that also has funny capitalization in their name with words smashed together and every now and then might break out a scream or two. You got me.

The album, including the dreamy left turn of “Witchy Weather,” is streaming in full at the bottom of this post, and the CD and download versions are available now. I’m not so sure about the Uncle Acid comparison below — maybe the riff of “Horizon?” — but I’ve heard way more tenuous lines drawn between bands. Dig in and see what you think.

From the PR wire:

jakethehawk year of the hawk

Jakethehawk – Blackseed Records

Inundating the Pittsburgh scene with their blend of grunge-inspired desert/stoner rock, JakeTheHawk has been moving audiences and peers alike with their unique sound and exceptionally original songwriting. Comprised of two sets of brothers, Jordan Lober (drums), Justin Lober (bass), Cam Ferrante (guitar), and Jake Ferrante (guitar/vocals), their sound is an amalgam of the influences each set of brothers was raised on. Reminiscent of the evil, bluesy riffs of Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats and the charging, fuzzed out rhythms of Kyuss, JakeTheHawk pull in the familiar to create their own voice in the desert/stoner rock genre.

JakeTheHawk will be releasing their debut album Year of the Hawk on CD and online via experimental/heavy underground label, Blackseed Records. The album will be available via Blackseed Records and Bandcamp on January 26th, 2018.

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Descendants of Crom 2018 Announces Initial Lineup with Geezer, Devil to Pay, Kind, Curse the Son, Come to Grief, Heavy Temple and Many More

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 24th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

There are still headliners to be announced and others to come as well, and no doubt between now and then there will be one or two shakeups to what’s listed here between bands being added and bands dropping off as will invariably happen, but kudos all the same to organizer Shy Kennedy for the super-early unveiling of what’s probably the bulk of the lineup for Descendants of Crom 2018, the second installment of the Pittsburgh-based heavy fest. In addition to her own band, Horehound, Kennedy has already assembled a killer roster of acts, from Heavy Temple to Come to Grief to a slew of Steel City reserves in OutsideInside, Molasses Barge and others, and even if this was going to be the ultimate shape the festival would take — that is, if no one else was going to be added, which, again, they are — you’d still have to call it a good time in the making.

If you’ve got a 2018 calendar yet, mark it. Earlybird tickets are linked below. Here’s the announcement as posted by the fest, along with a quote graciously provided by Kennedy herself:

descendants of crom 2018

Blackseed Records Presents: Descendants of Crom 2018

The Descendants of Crom 2018 will be held in Pittsburgh, PA, USA in September 2018.

Pre Gala at Howlers in the evening on Thursday, September 27th.

Full days on September 28th and 29th at Cattivo.

“Descendants of Crom has been one of the most incredibly rewarding endeavors I’ve ever been involved with,” says fest organizer Shy Kennedy. “Having so many great people working and coming together for their underground music community the way they did that day was inspiring enough to erase any doubt that it has to grow. It has to be an annual event. Next year’s event may seem far away but it lends the time to really build it and get more people aware of it. As you know, a lot of work goes into a musical festival and if you take your time, it becomes a very enjoyable task. Descendants of Crom 2018 will be here all too soon and I, for one, cannot wait!”

Once upon a time there were 17 bands who joined forces to create one killer day of live, riff-ripping performances to celebrate the great community of our heavy, underground music here in the Northeast of the United States. That time was just a couple months back in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The all day event was a great collaboration in effort by local organization, bands from the region as well as a few touring and some very generous scene contributors. It was called the Descendants of Crom. Let’s do it again!

The second annual Descendants of Crom will be held on the last weekend of September of 2018 in Pittsburgh again. This time span three days in length as we are including a Thursday evening pre gala and all day events happening Friday and Saturday. There will be over 30 bands in total coming from all over the United States with a strong regional focus.

Tickets will be offered for single day to day events or in combinations. An Early Crow ticket sale will be held for the weekend combo for a 3 month period, limited to 125. These will be live soon today.

Stay tuned to find out the bands who will be rounding out the evenings of each night as well as the completed schedule.

Today, we announce the “meat” of the Descendants of Crom. These bands are the ones supporting this scene locally, regionally and or nationally. They are strong, beautiful creators of the jam, the breakdown, the beat, and the undeniable riff… they are the Descendants of Crom:

Descendants of Crom 2018 lineup:
The Long Hunt (PGH)
JaketheHawk (PGH)
Mires (PGH)
Solarburn (PGH)
Doctor Smoke (PGH)
Fist Fight In The Parking Lot (PGH)
Thunderbird Divine
Cloud
Curse the Son
Disenchanter
Molasses Barge (PGH)
OutsideInside
Wolftooth
Sierra
Horehound (PGH)
Cavern
Doomstress
Heavy Temple
Devil to Pay
Serpents of Secrecy
Eternal Black
Demon Eye
Geezer
Kind
Freedom Hawk
Duel
Come to Grief

Headliners and sub-headliners to be announced soon.
Early Crow tickets available for all event and 2 day passes for 3 months (11/23 – 2/23).

https://www.facebook.com/DescendantsOfCrom/
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Solace, Live at Descendants of Crom 2017

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