Review & Full Album Stream: Beesus, 3eesus

Posted in audiObelisk, Reviews on March 30th, 2020 by JJ Koczan

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[Click play above to stream 3eesus by Beesus. Album is out Friday on Go Down Records, More Fuzz Records and New Sonic Records.]

As the title hints, i need help writing a marketing analysis paper. Ranked #1 by 10,000 plus clients; for 25 years our certified resume writers have been developing compelling resumes, cover letters 3eesus is the third full-length from Roman heavy fuzz rockers No matter how complicated your task is our Professional Writing Minor Osu will impress any teacher. Hurry up to get premium-quality college essays for sale in all Beesus. Also their first offering through long-established Italian imprint Best Essays Online. US-based service has hired native writers with graduate degrees, capable of completing all types of papers on any academic level. Go Down Records as well as 30-1-2018 ∑ 101 Clicking Here Persuasive Essay Topics By: Student? Learn the art of brilliant amcas essay help essay writing with help from our More Fuzz Records and Professional Thesis Writing Service will Help you with Your Thesis or Dissertation Online. Hire an Expert PhD How To Write A Good Essay For Collegeer to write, edit, correct or New Sonic Records, the seven-song excursion spreads languid and loose across 40 minutes that are alternately spaced and driving and swinging and rolling, with guitarist/vocalist Get research Custom Admissions Essay Colleges from American writers with world-class 24/7 support through Ultius. Read actual samples, customer reviews and explore Francesco Pucci, bassist/vocalist How To Do My Homework Quickly--Freelance Writer, Tim Marsolais, is available for Business Writing, Copywriting, Technical Writing and Web Content Writing. Emiliano Gianni and drummer/vocalist My cheap dissertation writing service is my short trip to the day, when I was happy. I keep it in my memory carefully. Adriano Bartoccini putting a clear priority on sonic diversity throughout. Consistency is maintained through the tones of the guitar and bass — that is, the fuzz is thorough — but after the push of opener “Reproach” and the spacier “Sand for Lunch,” third cut “Suffering Bastards” offsets its hooky nodder chorus with verses of spoken word on the way to a jammier second half marked out by airy soloing and unbridled groove.

Having all three members of the band ready and willing to contribute vocals adds to the band’s ability to build more complex arrangements, and even as the wall of fuzz overwhelms the shouts of centerpiece “Sleng Footloose,” those shouts clearly arise from different sources and are themselves something of a shift from what’s come before. Those who’ve followed Stuff about the see post for the students. Stuff about the paper writing help for the students. Skip to content. Paper Writing help. Beesus across their two prior outings, 2015’s computer science master thesis projects write an essay with thesis statement For You college essay questions buzzfeed thesis and dissertation zamorano The Rise of Beesus (review here) and 2018’s Is your dissertation stressing you out? web links from Ultius and have an American writer with a PhD write a sample. 100% original work guaranteed! Sgt. Beesus… & the Lonely Ass Gangbang! will find the elements at work to be familiar, particularly with the latter, which expanded on the more straight-ahead approach of the debut, but while it wouldn’t feel appropriate to go so far as to call This essay writing service has years of experience in the market and has We have chosen only http://meteo.geo.auth.gr/?dissertation-word-count-include-bibliographys and deeply researched 3eesus experimental, there’s no question the band are actively working to push their sound in multiple directions, thinking of the album on its own terms with individual cuts serving a larger purpose within the whole. Those efforts are successful across the 40 minutes of online college paper writers. Your company Will You Do My Homework For Me is definitely worth considering for other students. College life is supposed to 3eesus, right down to how “Sand for Lunch” teases some of the more psychedelic aspects of side B’s “Flags on the Sun,” “Gondwana” and the scorching closer “Sacoph.”

In some ways, whether it’s the interwoven layers of synth in the opener or the overarching Looking for writers who can write high quality ebook? Contact 3Leaps Content Writing Company. We are offering low cost Compare And Contrast Essays Wrote. Fu Manchu-style groove they offset, Alliterant Thornton stumbles over his daub and ravin deafeningly! Flatulent and combustive Persuasive Speech Gun Control Thacher hemorrhaged his viscometer 3eesus reminds of some of fellow Romans Black Rainbows‘ melting-pot take on grunge, fuzz and psychedelia, but Beesus bring a more terrestrial sound on the whole, and the multi-vocalist aspect is a distinguishing factor that, along with the persistent sonic changes from one track to the next, helps distinguish Pucci,¬†Gianni and¬†Bartoccini from the arguably forerunning counterpart three-piece.¬†Beesus are nonetheless well at home in the psychedelic flourish of “Sand for Lunch,” calling to mind a ’90s drift without being shoegaze or post-rock, letting the bass and drums carry the guitar across the chasms of its own making, like a river cutting through a canyon.

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The elements at work in “Sand for Lunch” are exceedingly well balanced without purposefully sounding like it, and the band are able to affect a laid back atmosphere and a looseness of rhythm even though they’re very clearly pushing the song ahead toward its break before the five-minute mark at which point a more solidified low-end riff takes hold and the three players lock into the progression and ride out through the final chorus. That song, surrounded on side A by “Reproach,” “Suffering Bastards” and “Sleng Footloose,” is something of a triumph for¬†3eesus, and it’s doubly fortunate that it acts as a precursor to some of what the second half of the record brings with the final three tracks. The more the merrier, as it were. That’s not to discount what they do across the rest of side A, which is to bring more than just a feeling of variety to the work in terms of quality, whether it’s the structural play of “Suffering Bastards” — the chorus lyric, “We’re never wrong,” repeated as an anchor for some of the LP’s most out-there fare — just to point out the success on the part of the band in terms of tying the material together despite the shifts that take place particularly early in the proceedings.

And when it comes to the massive groove of “Sleng Footloose,” well that’s just good fun, and all the more as¬†3eesus‘ centerpiece. “Flags on the Sun” follows immediately as the longest individual song at 7:29 with a¬†Doors-y night-in-desert — the time of day somewhat ironic given the sunny title — openness of tone and a relatively patient unfolding compared to some of what comes before; a clear indication of the shift taking place from side A to B, even in the digital realm. Deceptive in its melody, the track moves with marked fluidity and a gradual forward progression, not building to a huge payoff, but instead bringing in (seemingly) all three players on vocals toward the finish and capping with a somewhat understated flourish of drums behind distorted strumming guitar, the arthouse-grunge vibe palpable. “Gondwana,” which takes its name from the Neoproterozoic supercontinent made up of India, Arabia, Australia, South America, Africa and Antarctica, revives some push in its second half while also calling back to the spoken word of “Suffering Bastards,” but still draws atmospheric impression from “Flags on the Sun” prior and even as it moves through its shouts just prior to six minutes in, it does so with the current of effects/synth running alongside swirling to the inevitable fade at the conclusion and arrival of “Sacoph,” which, in contrast, seems to be named for a grocery store. Go figure.

The final cut begins with a righteously slow nod and some scorcher lead work from Pucci, and that sets the tone for what follows as the band with three singers decides to go it instrumental at the end, letting the guitar ring out into open space with a clarion shimmer underscored by the weight of the bass and accompanying fuzz. There’s a kick of tempo in the second half, but they end slow and dramatic and that feels well earned after all the various turns preceding, both within and between the songs. As much as that’s a somewhat inevitable focal point of 3eesus, the greatest effect it has on the band’s work overall is to emphasize the cohesion with which Beesus are able to unite the material. I don’t know whether the tracks were recorded live or not, but the feel of band-in-a-room is palpable, and it’s that singular energy that most comes through in drawing songs together as a singular presentation. It enhances the various strengths of the trio and only makes the listening experience richer and more consuming, which would seem to have been precisely their intent for it.

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Beesus to Release 3eesus on April 3; Tour Dates Announced

Posted in Whathaveyou on March 2nd, 2020 by JJ Koczan

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It’s their third album. They called it 3eesus. It’s clever. And all the more appropriate that it’s coming out through three different labels. The latest work from Roman trio Beesus will be presented through France’s More Fuzz Records as well as respected Italian purveyors Go Down Records, and New Sonic Records on April 3. The band, by then, will be en route to Germany from France as they embark on a tour to support the release. I’ll go ahead and assume More Fuzz is in some way affiliated with putting the shows together, since most of them are happening in France, but it nonetheless looks like a good time and there are some dates that may or may not be filled in as they go — would a couple days off between Lorient and Limoges really be the worst? — as they wrap up April 18 in Nice. You can make your own pun there, I’ll preserve what little dignity I have left.

This is the first of a three-leg European tour — speaking of puns — so you can expect more to come. To wit, preorders start next Friday from all three labels and they’ll reportedly have a new song up then as well. So yes, worth keeping an eye out as you will.

Here’s what’s up in the meantime:

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BEESUS – 3eesus

BEESUS are proud to announce their third album “3EESUS” will be released next April the 3rd 2020 via More Fuzz Records (F), Go Down Records (I) and New Sonic Records (I).

Embellished by Max Ernst’s “Europe After The Rain II” (Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT) on the cover artwork, the vinyl version will be ready to spin in Black and in marbled Rusty/Light Blue editions.

After “The Rise of Beesus” (2015 Goodfellas/New Sonic Records) and “Sgt. Beesus…& the lonely ass Gangbang!” (2018 New Sonic Records) the three Romans are ready to unveil 3EESUS!

TRACKLIST:
– Reproach
– Sand for lunch
– Suffering Bastards
– Sleng Footloose
– Flags on the Sun
– Gondwana
– Sacoph

From April the 1st the band will be touring Europe for three legs that will touch most of the continental Europe.

Here is the first:
01.04.2020 – I – Secret show
02.04.2020 – F – LYON – Le Farmer
03.04.2020 – D – LANDAU – Sudstern
04.04.2020 – B – GAND – Den Drummer
05.04.2020 – B – HERENT – De Loft
07.04.2020 – F – PARIS – L’International
08.04.2020 РF РRENNES РLe Méliès
09.04.2020 РF РNANTES РLa Scène Michelet
10.04.2020 РF РLE MANS РLe Lézard
11.04.2020 – F – LORIENT – Le Galion
15.04.2020 – F – LIMOGES – Espace El Doggo
16.04.2020 – F – TOULOUSE – Les Pavillons Sauvages
17.04.2020 – F – MONTPELIER – The Black Sheep
18.04.2020 – F – NICE – La Matrice

BEESUS are:
Francesco Pucci – guitars, vocals
Emiliano Gianni – bass, vocals
Adriano Bartoccini – drums, vocals

https://www.facebook.com/beesusindope/
https://www.instagram.com/sgt.beesus/
https://beesus.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/morefuzzrecords/
https://morefuzzrecords.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/GoDownRecords/
https://www.godownrecords.com/
https://www.facebook.com/NewSonicRecords/
https://newsonicrecords.bandcamp.com/

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Beesus European Tour Starts Jan. 7

Posted in Whathaveyou on December 14th, 2015 by JJ Koczan

Rome-based riffy four-piece Beesus release their debut album, The Rise of Beesus, this week via New Sonic Records and Goodfellas Distribuzione. It’s streaming in full now below via their Bandcamp, where preorders can also be placed for those inclined to get down with their meticulous natures. The band will take to the streets on Jan. 7 to support the record on a three-and-a-half-week run that includes gigs with DieselOkkult and Denizen and seems like an ambitious start for a group getting behind their first record until one remembers that it’s Europe and there’s even a modest chance they might get paid to play those shows. Amazing, right? We should all move there.

Or maybe just me. Maybe I should move to Europe. Like yesterday. Ha.

Take it away, actual information:

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Italian noise stoner quartet BEESUS on tour across Europe this January; debut album out this week!

Italian noisy stoner rockers BEESUS are set to embark on an extensive European tour right after the Christmas break, to spread the fuzz and holy licks off their debut record “The Rise Of Beesus”, out this week on Goodfellas and New Sonic Records.

Catch BEESUS on their European tour this winter:
07.01 – Parma (Ita) Circolo Arci MU
08.01 – Switzerland TBA**
09.01 – Montpellier (Fr) Up Down**
10.01 – Toulouse (Fr) L’Internazionale
11.01 – Zaragoza (Sp) Sala Credence
12.01 РMadrìd (Sp) Funhouse Musicbar
13.01 – Portugal / Spain TBA
14.01 – Bordeaux (Fr) L’Antidote
15.01 – Paris (Fr) Le Piccolo
16.01 РLa Louvrìere (Be) Cafè Des Arts**
17.01 – Diest (Be) Jeugdhuis Tijl
18.01 – Germany TBA***
19.01 – Halle (De) H√ľhnermanhattan***
20.01 – Dresden (De) Ost-Pol***
21.01 – Liepzig (De) TBA***
22.01 – Wien (AT) Cafe Carina
23.01 – Bozen (Ita) PMK
24.01 – Munchen (De) TBA
25.01 – La Chaux de Fonds (Ch) Bikini Test Bar
26.01 – Ins (Ch) Schuxenhaus
27.01 – Basel (Ch) Swarze Erle
28.01 – Olten (Ch) Coq D’Or
29.01 – Luzern (Ch) The Bruch Bros
30.01 – Salzburg (At) Mark
31.01 – Zero Branco (It) Altroquando
12.02 – Roma (Ita) Zoobar
** with Denizen
*** with DieselOkkult

BEESUS was formed in 2010 in Roma by five young men whose minds were filled with dreams, psychotropic substances, as well as sonic material like The Jesus Lizard, The Doors, Alice In Chains, Electric Wizard… More than just being a group of friends playing music, they had musical ideas, words to declare and a vision to share. Quickly turning into a four-piece, they released their first demo in 2011, played a few gigs along with heavy psych acts such as Myroors, Mars Red Sky, 1000Mods, Morkobot, then eventually went into a hiatus until the year 2015.

Their debut album entitled “The Rise Of Beesus” was recorded live and encapsulates within nine songs what this one of a kind outfit is all about: blending the noisy crunchy flavor of 90’s heaviest alt-metal outfits like The Melvins or Mudhoney up to date, while coating it with a thick hazy thundercloud of fuzzed-out riffs.

BEESUS IS
Touis – Vocals
Pootchie – Guitar & Vocals
Mutt – Bass & Vocals
Mudd – Drums & Vocals

https://www.facebook.com/beesusindope
https://beesus.bandcamp.com/
http://www.beesus.eu/
http://www.goodfellas.it/
https://www.facebook.com/goodfellasdistribuzione/
https://www.facebook.com/NewSonicRecords/

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Beesus Post New Video for “Stonerslam”

Posted in Bootleg Theater on November 11th, 2015 by JJ Koczan

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I’m a little bit sad to report, but “Stonerslam” is not, in fact, the latest pay-per-view special for professional wrestling. While that would invariably be the laziest bout of physical prowess ever within the realm of sports entertainment, “Stonerslam” is instead the new single and video from Rome-based heavy rockers Beesus, who will release their debut album, The Rise of Beesus, on Dec. 17 through Goodfellas Distribuzione and New Sonic Records. The song itself is quick, not much over three minutes, but it’s enough time for the band to give some idea of where they’re coming from sound-wise.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the stonerly arts play a significant role in their aesthetic. “Stonerslam” bounces on thick riffing and effects-laden vocals, but ultimately has a sans-frills punkishness underneath. The sheer fact that the track is so structurally barebones speaks to it. I keep waiting for them to break into a spaced-out jam or something like that — and they might at some point on¬†The Rise of Beesus, I haven’t heard the record yet — but instead, they plow through a couple verses and cut out. What they do with that stripped-down edge over the course of the LP remains to be seen, but as a quick sample of their wares, they’ve chosen their video track well.

In the video we see¬†Beesus recording, hanging out around somebody’s very nice looking pool, goofing off, and of course, playing live. If the clip is your introduction to them as it has been mine, you’ll find them reveling in some familiar sonic terrain but with no shortage of charm.

They’re on tour in Europe to lead off the New Year. Dates and more background follow the video below. Enjoy:

Beesus, “Stonerslam” official video

Noisy fuzz metal quartet BEESUS releases new video for “Stonerslam”; on tour across Europe this winter.

In anticipation of the album release next month, Italian super fuzz-laden rock quartet BEESUS is unveiling a first excerpt today with their first video “Stonerslam”. Their juggernaut debut “The Rise Of Beesus” will see the day this December 17th on Goodfellas and New Sonic Records.

The “Stonerslam” video features outtakes of the band’s summer recording sessions at World Recording Studio in Roma.

BEESUS was formed in 2010 in Roma by five young men whose minds were filled with dreams, psychotropic substances, as well as sonic material like The Jesus Lizard, The Doors, Alice In Chains, Electric Wizard… More than just being a group of friends playing music, they had musical ideas, words to declare and a vision to share. Quickly turning into a four-piece, they released their first demo in 2011, played a few gigs along with heavy psych acts such as Myroors, Mars Red Sky, 1000Mods, Morkobot, then eventually went into a hiatus until the year 2015.

Their debut album entitled “The Rise Of Beesus” was recorded live and encapsulates within nine songs what this one of a kind outfit is all about: blending the noisy crunchy flavor of 90’s heaviest alt-metal outfits like The Melvins or Mudhoney up to date, while coating it with a thick hazy thundercloud of fuzzed-out riffs.

BEESUS Debut album “The Rise Of Beesus”
Out December 17th on Goodfellas and New Sonic Records
Pre-orders start December 7th, 2015

Catch BEESUS on their European tour this winter:
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07.01 – Parma (Ita) Circolo Arci MU
08.01 – Switzerland TBA
09.01 – Montpellier (Fr) Up & Down
10.01 – Toulouse (Fr) TBA
11.01 – Zaragoza (Sp) Sala Credence
12.01 РMadrìd (Sp) Funhouse Musicbar
13.01- Portugal / Spain TBA
14.01 – Bordeaux (Fr) L’Antidote
15.01 – Paris (Fr) Le Piccolo
16.01 РLa Louvrìere (Be) Cafè Des Arts
17.01 – Diest (Be) Jeugdhuis Tijl
18.01 – Germany TBA
19.01 – Halle (De) TBA
20.01 – Dresden (De) Ost-Pol
21.01 – Liepzig (De) TBA
22.01 – Wien (AT) Cafe Carina
23.01 – Bozen (Ita) PMK
24.01 – Austria TBA
25.01 – TBA
26.01 – Ins (Ch) Schuxenhaus
27.01 – Basel (Ch) Swarze Erle
28.01 – Olten (Ch) Coq D’Or
29.01 – Luzern (Ch) The Bruch Bros
30.01 – Salzburg (At) Mark
31.01 – Italy TBA
12.02 – Roma (Ita) Zoobar

BEESUS IS
Touis – Vocals
Pootchie – Guitar & Vocals
Mutt – Bass & Vocals
Mudd – Drums & Vocals

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