This power fuzz trio from Quebec recently dropped their full length debut on Ripple Records and are finishing up a crazy tour of 43 dates in 46 days across the US and Canada! I had the pleasure of seeing them last week at one of my favorite San Francisco clubs where they played as part of Ripplefest II, a showcase of up and coming Ripple Records bands.
They brought a crazy level of fever pitch energy to their smoldering set, which ended with their bass player bouncing through the crowd while laying down a frenetic bass line. I love power trios, and my hat is always off to a singer who plays lead guitar, let alone a red plastic Danelectro. Proof once again that it’s not the tools but the craftsman when it comes to making the most of your art!
I warmed up quickly to their self-titled debut disc, which I like more every time I listen to it. Check it out now, The Hazytones on Ripple Records. And watch for more from these guys in the future!
Big news, rockers! The remastered version of my 2009 debut album “It’s Hard” has been re-released to iTunes, Spotify, and all other major outlets through my distributor Distrokid!
“It’s (Still) Hard” is a reworked and remastered version of my 2009 debut album “It’s Hard”, and was originally released in 2012. Previously only available on Bandcamp, it has been updated for streaming and can be found on all major outlets. Click the pic to stream it now!
Witchcryer’s debut release “Cry Witch” is a hypnotic, riff-heavy throwback to the dawn of doom and heavy metal. Fresh off their first US tour in support of “Cry Witch” (previously only available on CD), they have just signed with Ripple Music and re-released their debut on all platforms and vinyl.
Austin, Texas’ old school doomers Witchcryer cites Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Blue Oyster Cult and St. Vitus as influences, and you can hear all of them in the title track “Cry Witch”. Frontwoman Suzy Bravo has some serious attitude in her powerful, gritty vocals. Founding member Jason Muxlow (ex- Earthen Grave) provides the heavy guitar riffs, while drummer Javi Moctezuma and bassist Marilyn provide the doomy battery. Love the bass tone on this album. Pick this up, you won’t be sorry!
Check out the title track’s trippy official video below.