Friday, June 28, 2019

Denim Dan & The Blue Jean Band delivers stoner music for stoners on the new Wicked Witches Brew EP

Denim Dan & The Blue Jean Band
Denim Dan & The Blue Jean Band
It never gets old for me to hear a lighter spark and a long bong hit get sucked into the lungs of someone about to enjoy some killer music. There's only three tracks on the new Wicked Witches Brew EP by Denim Dan & The Blue Jean Band but these are true stoner's delight. Long, slow heavy riffs, really great bluesy vocals to let you know you are in good company, plenty of killer guitar work, and just flat out stoner music for stoners. And the bong hits. I love this!



Denim Dan & The Blue Jean Band are a desert sludge group, recently relocated to Nashville, TN.

Nothing says "Fuzzy digs it" like being included on one of my Bandcamp comps which is where you will find "Red Wooden Barn" on Earth Day. Check it out with a couple of hours of fresh killer tunes.

Let's hope for more music soon from Denim Dan & The Blue Jean Band!



Date Animals by Lesbian Wallet stoner punk

Date Animals by Lesbian Wallet stoner punk
Date Animals by Lesbian Wallet
LESBIAN WALLET's new album DATE ANIMALS combines the energy and raw guitar work of punk with the heavy fuzz of stoner. This is likely to be one of the most original albums you will hear all year. Besides the fuzz, another thing that sets Lesbian Wallet apart from a pure punk sound is the length of some of the tracks. "Margherita Hack" gets itself right into stoner territory with its length and heavy sound. And the 3-track set at end? Like I said, this is stoner punk. Right on!


Lesbian Wallet is a stoner punk trio from the midlands of Italy. (Down the road from Kavod, in fact.) The band is Francesco Bordoni (Guitar / Vocals), Francesco Mastellone (Bass), and Simone Romagnoli (Drums).


In their own words:
We play a vicious and occasionally experimental brand of rock with stoner, punk and hardcore elements. Our music draws from a variety of influences (Melvins, The Jesus Lizard, Kyuss, Mclusky to name a few), and since our debut 2016 EP “Elk” it has managed to morph into its own raw, nasty thing.

Don't miss Lesbian Wallet's music video for "Date Animals" on YouTube. It was one of the most popular videos in the 1st Annual Fuzzy Film Festival we held a few weeks ago on IGTV so check it out:





Thursday, June 27, 2019

"0" is the new album from SUPER POWER psychedelic stoner music with a conscious

"0" is the new album from SUPER POWER
"0" is the new album from SUPER POWER
It's rare these days, but back in the beginning of the psychedelic music movement, it was a much more common for the music to have a focus on environmental or political issues. Which makes sense because so much of the great psychedelic music came out of folk music, and that was all about awareness, change, and consciousness. So it is very refreshing to hear some great psychedelic music on a new album with themes that remind about the environmental and political issues we face today. "0" is the new album from Finland's SUPER POWER and it is classic psychedelic stoner:


In the band's own words:
Thematically, the album centers around the vices of humanity and negligence of our planet (and each other). This is expressed through a contrast between fast and hard hitting songs and slow paced compositions that take their time with the ears, mind and heart of the listener
And dig that album cover by Steven Yoyada! Right on!


SUPER POWER is from Helsinki, Finland with members: Kalle - Vocals, Kristian - Bass, Olli - Drums, Onni - Guitar, Rasmus Guitar. They have vinyl for "0" so check out their page on Bandcamp:



CIA Hippie Mind Control new EP "This is What We Do" extreme thrash metal

CIA Hippie Mind Control new EP "This is What We Do"
CIA Hippie Mind Control new EP "This is What We Do" 
It's only 4 songs and 15 minutes, but this EP contains some of the very best black thrash metal there is. I would call it "doom thrash" or "thrash doom" although I don't think either of those is a thing. But here's the deal -- this is extreme doom with all its pain and anger, but at no point does it ever get anywhere near drone or atmospheric or synth or any of that. In fact, that is what I enjoy the most about this band's music -- it is the energy. This is full force thrash doom, or extreme metal as I think I am supposed to call it.


You probably already knew I was going to love this. CIA Hippie Mind Control had a track from their debut EP on my doom sludge comp Opium Warlock's Dungeon of Darkness, and more recently they recorded a brand new song for Crow and Poe my album with all new music inspired by the poetry and prose of Edgar Allan Poe. So yea -- I was gonna dig this. And I do.


CIA Hippie Mind Control is Chad Rauschenberger (WERE-JAGUARS) and Greg Kohler (CRUCIATION). They are based in Portland, Oregon.


VIVID DREAMS PARADE by THE INSEKTLIFE CYCLE instrumental psychedelic improvisation

VIVID DREAMS PARADE by THE INSEKTLIFE CYCLE
VIVID DREAMS PARADE by THE INSEKTLIFE CYCLE
It's rare that I review an album that was released a few years ago but sometimes the music is so good you just have to give it the attention it deserves. And VIVID DREAMS PARADE by THE INSEKTLIFE CYCLE deserves it. This band has few peers (any?) when it comes to instrumental psychedelic improvisation because the songs are full of musical inspiration and variety while keeping the structure and flow of a written song. Improvisation on a theme rather than a free flow jam. And when the music is performed by such skillful musicians .... well, just have a listen for yourself:



The Insektlife Cycle is based in the Philippines, and its members are Joy Legason (bass), Ronnel Vivo (guitars & synth), Jay Jumawan (guitars), and Ronaldo S. Vivo, Jr. on drums (and he also did the excellent albumm art). 




Monday, June 24, 2019

NOPERSONA stoner rock from ARGENTINA and BAND INTERVIEW

NOPERSONA stoner rock from ARGENTINA
NOPERSONA stoner rock from ARGENTINA
Argentina has some of the very best stoner bands out there today, and NOPERSONA is amongst the very best of them. Nopersona is a trio that delivers riffs from hard rock to stoner rock to stoner metal and even a dash of alternative and punk in their catalog of songs. The latest album from Nopersona is a collection of their songs recorded live. Take a listen and scroll down for my interview with the band:



ESCENAS DE VIDAS PASADAS is the most recent studio album from Nopersona:


Nopersona is Nico on vocals and guitar, Pichi on bass, and Chene on drums.

I caught up with Nico a few weeks ago to find out more about NOPERSONA:

Hi man! Thanks for taking the time to talk to me! Tell me how Nopersona got started?
Nopersona formed in 2015 near Buenos Aires, Argentina. We are all from previous bands. 
Nico on vocals and guitar
The albums have a variety of sounds. They are all centered around stoner, but some are more heavy rock, and some are more towards alternative.
Our goal has been to play songs with a variety of sounds, so that is why sometimes you hear us play stoner and sometimes alternative. Also some of our songs are in Spanish and sometimes we sing in English. It all depends on making the song with the right sound.
You will hear stoner riffs in our songs, and sometimes also black metal, and perhaps sometimes even tango. And of course Black Sabbath! 
We like to describe the sound of Nopersona as, "Rock and Roll from the downtown of the Third World." 
Nico on vocals and guitar
What does the band's name "NOPERSONA" come from? What does it represent?
One of our inspirations is the book "1984" by George Orwell. In that book, the government removed dissidents from history and this was the name given to those people. It is like they were never a person, or "no person." 
Chene on drums
Thanks for your time, guys!





Friday, June 21, 2019

SKULLORD debut album IN DEATH to be released on CD in US in JULY

SKULLORD debut album IN DEATH
In Death by SKULLORD
IN DEATH is the debut stoner doom album from SKULLORD. Based on authentic Brazilian religions, IN DEATH delivers heavy pounding doom riffs with the lyrics to support the album's title. FUZZY CRACKLINS PRESENTS is proud to have Skullord in The Swamp along with other heavy bands from the forefront of the world's underground music scene. And soon we will offer the CD version of In Death available for sale to the United States.


Robert Messorem and Dean Meadows of SKULLORD
SKULLORD is Dean Meadows on vocals, guitar and bass, and Robert Messorem on drums and programming.

LIMITED EDITION compact disc (CD) is available now in Brazil on the Skullord Bandcamp page, and in July for US shipping.

Skullord is currently writing and recording new songs for their next album.





Videos for IN DEATH


Thursday, June 20, 2019

Fuzzy Cracklins Presents is all about promoting bands


Here is a list of ways I can help bands with their online promotion. If you are not sure what kind of underground music I promote, just take a look at the posts in this blog to get an idea. Everything is free. I do not charge bands for anything. Get at me at fuzzycracklins@gmail.com


BLOG REVIEWS

I only write reviews for music I really dig. Send me your music and if I like it, I will write a blog review that is short and to the point of why I like your band's music. I am glad to include news about the band, all your social links, embed videos, and even a band interview.

For example: https://www.fuzzycracklins.com/2019/05/king-of-none.html

SPOTIFY PLAYLIST

Spotify is a great way for fans to hear your band's music. Get at me if you want your song added to my playlist.

Here is the my playlist on Spotify: http://bit.ly/fuzzycracklinsspotify

YOUTUBE CHANNEL

All you need to do to get your album onto my YouTube channel is give me your permission. I will make the video and make sure your links are listed at the top of the description so that fans will find them easily. 

BANDCAMP MAILING LIST

I send out a weekly newsletter to my Bandcamp mailing list. This is best if we've done a review on my blog and I can send them a link to that. For some bands, this is a good way to send out some download codes, too.

For example, here is what we have done for one of the bands in The Swamp and check out the nice reviews received for the album: https://crowballard.bandcamp.com/album/electric-paradox

THE SWAMP KREWE

This is a big boost when your band has a new album and needs it to get out to my super fans on Bandcamp.  These fans have a lot of followers of their own, so your album will get into a lot of collections very quickly. Especially if your Bandcamp page has merch on it, this is the way to get fans to see it.

For example, here is another band from The Swamp where we have done this: https://kavod.bandcamp.com/album/wheel-of-time

MERCH

Sell your CDs and other merch on my Bandcamp and Big Cartel pages. I take care of the shipping. This is especially good for bands outside of the United States who want to have me ship their merch exclusively to the US. This way, your fans save money on shipping and your band continues to sell its merch from your own sites in your region.

CONTESTS

Every fan loves a contest and Fuzzy can help you make it even more fun. A band or a label can send me a tape or CD or album or shirt or whatever, and I will handle the shipping to the winner, or you can direct ship to the winner. Contact me in advance to work out the details.

For example here is a virtual contest and the label shipped the vinyl:
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bw4IjOJJQbw/

And here is a video posted on Instagram for the winner of a CD that I mailed out:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BxzQDekhz0A/

LIVE VIDEO 

If your band is rehearsing in your studio or playing a gig, why not get a friend with a phone to catch a few songs of your set on IGTV (Instagram live TV video) or YouTube Live? I will promote the show for you so that you get fans from all over the world to show up. These work best when you keep it short so this is really easy to set up, and build up an international fan base. PRO TIP: Bring a tripod with a phone adapter, and an extension cord with the phone's power adapter to keep things steady and energized.


Get at me at fuzzycracklins@gmail.com 

Monday, June 17, 2019

ADVENT VARIC sends a 2-part blackened stoner metal warning: TUMULUS

Tumulus by ADVENT VARIC
Tumulus by ADVENT VARIC
ADVENT VARIC describes their music as blackened stoner metal and I would say that "symphonic doom" or even "extreme doom" are also ways to describe these two debut tracks from this trio out of Boston. Whatever you call it, I love the epic sound and long track times, the backstory, and the guitar work going on here. There are so many riffs packed into 15 minutes on each of these tracks that it is hard to listen to this in the background -- it demands your attention. When the debut music is this good, you know you are looking forward to the band's next album.





ADVENT VARIC is: Doug Graves - Guitar and Vocals, Phill Graves - Bass, Steve - Drums. In their own words:
Advent Varic is Blackened Stoner Metal from the planet Tumulus. We were sent to your Terra on Saturn 9  to consume your kind. Repent before Captain Graves, before you are annihilated.
Keeping true to progressive songwriting, gritty attention grabbing guitars, sheet metal ripping vocals, low end nightmare bass attacks, and gentle atmospheric interludes. This is surely something you've not experienced before.


ADVENT VARIC on Instagram


Saturday, June 15, 2019

MINDTRIPPER by MAGMAKAMMER is UNREAL heavy psych AND band interview

Mindtripper by Magmakammer
Mindtripper by Magmakammer
I love heavy psych and MINDTRIPPER by MAGMAKAMMER is simply one of the best. It is hard to find another album which matches the tone and content of the lyrics with the sound and rhythm of the music as well as Mindtripper does. It was released last year so in case you missed it, here is your chance to listen:


Things start right off with the keys to set the psych tone, and it's in short order before the rhythm section kicks in to deliver the heavy. It takes some time before the vocals start up so that we get into the dreamy mood. The vocals pick up the dream state and run with it too. It's not just the lyrics that match the sound with the tale of a drug trip gone awry, but the singing is like out of dream -- or maybe a nightmare depending on your interpretation. And on it goes for 40 minutes. To me, this album will be considered a classic of heavy psych, and that will happen sooner rather than later.

Magmakammer is based out of Oslo, Norway with U.H. Jacobsen as the voice, guitar & keys, Stian Solberg as the low-end, and Lasse Røed beating on the cosmic drums.

Be sure to check out the new EP from Magmakammer too -- it is BLOODY DIAMOND.

I reached out to Magmakammer to find out more -- and they were kind enough to take the time to answer a few questions:

Who is in the band? How did the band come together?
Magmakammer is Ulrik on vocals and guitar, Stian on bass and Lasse playing the drums. We grew up together listening to the same music and Lasse and I (Ulrik) used to play in the same bands as teenagers. All of us are from Kolbotn, a small town on the outskirts of Oslo. Kolbotn is famous for its black metal and is home to legends like Mayhem and Darkthrone. I guess the inspiration for the dark sound and themes in Magmakammer has roots from back then. I love dark and evil sounding music!
Tell us about the name "Magmakammer" and why you chose it.
The name was Stian's idea. He had just seen a documentary about volcanoes when he heard the term "magmakammer" which is Norwegian and means ‘chamber of magma’. He told us about it and we all thought it sounded pretty doom, although a bit cliché. We decided on the name then, thinking we might change it later, but that never happened. Now it's just a name. There are some days that I really like it, and days that I don't. The music is what's important, and not the name. Also, our fans seem to love the name, so that's cool. [Fuzzy loves it too!!]
Every listener has their own ideas when they hear an album. To me, I am hearing a few themes such as psychosis and dream states.
The album revolves around the themes of drugs, psychosis and paranoia. The three are often interlinked, and not in a very pleasant way. The album is sort of a comment on the use of drugs, in contrast to most doom and stoner albums out there, whom write songs that speak of drugs like it’s something holy. Drugs, alcohol, etc, its all the same - pick your poison. I'm not here to judge. The album and the ideas it explores are based on my own observations and experiences.
Was the idea in the beginning to create an album with a theme in common amongst the songs?
In the beginning, all the songs were just random pieces of music, and there was no overall plan to link them all together. But after a while we figured that we wanted stuff to be more coherent. So, we rearranged some of the songs and I rewrote a lot of the lyrics, in order for it all to fit better together. The lyrics were already in the same ballpark theme wise, they just needed a little nudge. A lot of the riffs and instrumentation was changed drastically from what they sounded like in the beginning.
When I read the comments your fans write about your music, it is clear they are making a connection with your music. What are some bands that Magmakammer connects with?
We connect with a lot of bands and artists. Who or what we draw inspiration from is never-ending and always changing. Electric Wizard, Tame Impala, Night Beats and Demon Head, just to mention a few, has had a lot of influence on the band. But the one that stands out the most for us is certainly Uncle Acid. You could almost go as far as calling Magmakammer a tribute to Kevin Starrs and his deadbeats. The stuff that he writes is everything I want in music. It's pure genius.
Another important band to me, that I've recently revisited after a long break are the White Stripes. Specifically, their first album. To me it sounds like a garage rock/punk version of Led Zep, only with a shit drummer. It's fucking glorious. I’ve also had a real crush on early-Bowie lately. That man knew how to write good music.
I have read that Magmakammer records and mixes all of their music themselves. Is that to create the music exactly as you want it to be, or what is the reason?
Yes, we do the whole processes from start to finish ourselves, and honestly the reason is that I just really enjoy recording and mixing. I started doing my own recordings as a teenager and it quickly became a hobby on the same level as the actual playing and creating music. I’m obviously not a professional, considering our sound is quite lo-fi. But that is part of the Magmakammer sound. I firmly believe that by scaling the down on expensive music productions and going DIY you can get a much more interesting result which has the ability to surprise and be something different. It’s also convenient for poor musicians. So, unless I get tired of the sound that we can achieve on our own, Magmakammer will always be recorded DIY, and with a minimalist approach.
Shout out some other bands from Oslo and Norway we should be listening to?
There are a bunch of really good bands coming out of Norway these days. The first three that comes to mind are Dunbarrow out of Haugesund, and from Oslo, Saint Karloff and Sunface. I actually just saw Dunbarrow play support for Uncle Acid in Oslo. It might be because I've seen the Brits perform several times now, but I honestly enjoyed Dunbarrow the most this time.
Where are the best places for your fans to follow Magmakammer and keep up to date with your music and news?
In order to keep up to date on what's stirring in the Magma-camp follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Bandcamp and Spotify.

The Crawling Eye debut EP No Short Stays alternative rock

The Crawling Eye debut EP No Short Stays
The Crawling Eye debut EP No Short Stays 
A few months ago, we had a song from Ten No.6 on Lunosphere X and now Matthew Witherstone (the guitarist) has a new side project called THE CRAWLING EYE which includes a new singer and they have a very smooth, cool, alternative sound. Matthew is playing guitar, bass, harmonica, and melodica with singing by Simon Thomas. There's a nice variety to the songs, with No Short Stays starting right off with Simon's vocals, Let The Day Begin keeping things alternative, Nothing New going acoustic, and What You Wanted veering into reggae. Check it out:


I asked Matthew about how The Crawling Eye came together:
Simon Thomas was the singer in in a band I was with in the 90's. We were called Interzone and had an EP released on an independent label. We signed a publishing deal then imploded. We both gave up on music, but over the years I'd always wanted to record with him again - I just love his voice.
When I was approached to do Ten No.6 I had a bunch of songs that didn't fit that group, so I mentioned to Simon the possibility of me and him recording a few songs at Frank Naughton's studio in Cardiff. We did the session last weekend and this is the result - hopefully more to follow, we've got around another 10 songs.
Right on, guys -- bring on more songs! This is really good. 


Friday, June 14, 2019

Carcaño s/t lays down the heavy psych



Carcaňo s/t
Carcaňo s/t 
The debut album from Carcaño nails so many sounds I love. HEAVY is all over this thing with fuzz applied in generous amounts, but without overpowering the PSYCH which gets trippy and keeps things fresh so your mind can take flight, and finally VOCALS that fit the tone of the music so well that it is sort of mind-bending. And then on top of all that, these guys are from ITALY which as we know is such a special place in The Swamp with our very Sangue, Kavod, and Hypervenom keeping things heavy for us. One thing that always sets an album apart for me is when it has a nice flow to it yet there is a variety to the songs. This debut album is all over that. The Hunter lays down the heavy, then next up is The Bag which is so trippy with its echoes and effects it will blow your mind right back to the late 60s. And The Boner is just a funky groovy good time. And so it goes right to the very end.  I dig this!



Carcaño is a 4-piece from Reggio Calabria, Italy and I'm pretty sure they would be a whole lotta fun to party with. Here's what they told me:
Carcaño are an example of what can happen if you exaggerate with alcohol. They are born as Venus was born from the foam of the sea, from the foam of the backwash of various drinks in 2018 in Reggio Calabria. The initial project is to start a dairy business, but find themselves with the tools in hand to do brothel.
In fact, a first attempt called OCTOPUSSY, which involved the 4, is datable to 2006. Following the kidnapping of the drummer by the aliens (which the theoreticians of the ancient alien  affirm plausible) the band, after a memorable one (even if nobody remembers, nobody knows, as from the Calabrian tradition) concert, he retires to a convent where he knows a friar investigator who puts himself in search of the drummer.
Experienced untold mishaps and following a trip to Jerusalem, Max the Mind (former drummer with Memories of a Lost Soul and TooMera B is reunited with the companions of a lifetime: Ugo the Doc on bass (previously with Veneregrida and Straw) , El Pez on guitar (formerly All the shit's holes and [AllMyFriendzAre] DEAD) and Elmore Penoise vocals and guitar (already involved with Stradedaria, Fjelds, [AllMyFriendzAre] DEAD, Elmore, Quello Sporco Duo).
The quartet now has the whole intention of diversifying its investments: it aims straight to cheese production by carelessly mixing the alcohol to all those typical products from which the stoner blend is born to be served hot and with very high volumes. 
Influenced by Sleep, Electric Wizard, Orange Goblin, 35007, Acid King but especially Beatles, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Blue Cheer and Hawkwind, it is rumored that the Carcaño can serve warm ricotta during their lives.
Right on! Check these guys out -- the links are below.




The Gathering Winds by Balthazar And The Boys ambient stoner metal

The Gathering Winds by Balthazar And The Boys
The Gathering Winds by Balthazar And The Boys
I have always enjoyed ambient music for the right occasion, and usually it is mostly or entirely electronic. And of course I also love fuzzy heavy stoner riffs. The Gathering Winds by Balthazar And The Boys is the perfect blend of both sounds. It is ambient stoner metal. You get the heavy guitar and bass tones of stoner music, but at a more leisurely and relaxing pace along the lines of more traditional ambient music.


"Balthazar And The Boys" is a one man band from Connecticut, consisting only of Gavin Miller. Primarily a bassist and guitarist.



Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Satánicos Marihuanos new album Inmerso en El Ande is EPIC heavy psych

Inmerso en El Ande by Satánicos Marihuanos 
Back on 420, one of the tracks on my Blood Moon God comp was the pre-mix version of INMERSO IN EL ANDE by SATÁNICOS MARIHUANOS and the band said the full album was on the way. Today is the day with six tracks and fifty minutes of absolutely top rate heavy psych being delivered. I loved the pre-mix version of Inmerso en El Ande, and the new final version is even better with the addition of effects and ambient sounds. With an emphasis on the "heavy" in heavy psych, these sounds add a layer to the music that is spiritual. As in, yes we have more than killer music -- we have a concept album about life, death, and the ancient language of Peru. Things get very doom in Amaru with one of the best drum solos I've heard in a long time, and then more of those amazing effects. Let's keep it real -- this album is epic!


I asked the band for a little background on the album:
The album has a concept. It is a tribute to nature and to the Andes. Our Peruvian past. Our real gods, sun, moon, and Wiracocha (the giver of life). Amaru (the third track) is "snake" in Quechua, the real language of Peru before the arrival of Spanish. And it represents the dead world in our past religion, because death is a part of life.


SATÁNICOS MARIHUANOS is Guitar - Gabriel Carcelén, Bass - Andrés Silva, Drums - Renato Sauri with additional musicians Tania Duarte - Vocals, Alejandro Cornejo - Ambient Sound, Ursula Inga - Vocals, and Daniel López - Synths & Moogs.




Here is a video I clip I made for the pre-mix (without ambient and sound effects) of Inmerso en El Ande from my 420 comp on Bandcamp:

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Temple of The Soul by The Insektlife Cycle instrumental psychedelic improv

Temple of The Soul by The Insektlife Cycle
Temple of The Soul by The Insektlife Cycle
I first heard the new album TEMPLE OF THE SOUL by THE INSEKTLIFE CYCLE in the middle of the night, so when I awoke in the morning after a few more hours of sleep, I had to wonder if it was a dream or if I had really listened to some of the very best instrumental psychedelic improvisation that I have ever heard? The answer is a flat-out YES and do not take only my word for how wonderful this collection of four tracks lasting nearly an hour are. The band was kind enough to share the album the The Swamp Krewe, and their response was immediate and unanimous: This is simply a fantastic album. Each song is unique, the improv stays true to each song without ever getting repetitive, and each instrument gets a chance to break out for its own little trip into outer space. I simply cannot recommend this album highly enough. Take a listen for yourself:


I asked The Insektlife Cycle if they would share a little about the album with us:
Temple of The Soul was recorded live on a 4 track cassette recorder. It’s a 2 and half hour jam resulting into a 4 track album
Since the album was recorded on tape, can you imagine how good the cassette edition is? And luckily there is a tape for sale:

Cassette tape edition of Temple of The Soul by The Insektlife Cycle
Cassette tape edition of Temple of The Soul by The Insektlife Cycle
Also there is a vinyl and CD so check out the band's page on Bandcamp for all their merch.


The Insektlife Cycle is based in the Philippines, and its members are Joy Legason (bass), Ronnel Vivo (guitars & synth), Jay Jumawan (guitars), and Ronaldo S. Vivo, Jr. on drums (and he also did the excellent albumm art). More band photos below!




The video for SONIC SERMONS is a psychedelic trip through a small town, and the band has some live videos on their YouTube channel as well:



Ronnel Vivo

Jay Jumawan 

Ronaldo S. Vivo, Jr.

Joy Legason