Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Forever, Never or Whenever by Devil to Pay

Devil to Pay CoverYou can never have enough headbanging fuzzy guitar rock, and this hot new release from Indianapolis’ Devil to Pay is a killer addition to the annals of dirty rock and roll. Forever, Never or Whenever, released November 8 on Ripple Music, is the latest full length from the hard rockers, who have been throwing down the heavy since 2002.

Fans of Corrosion of Conformity and Mos Generator will dig the gritty grooves of Devil to Pay. This may just make my favorite albums of the year list, it’s damn good. Standout tracks: Heave Ho, The Devil’s Barking Up Your Tree, 37 Trillion. Get it!

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Flames Arise by Lowcaster

Lowcaster Flames Arise CoverSan Francisco’s Lowcaster have arisen from their own ashes to produce a complex and emotionally mature sophomore effort, Flames Arise. A quantum leap above their rollicking 2016 debut, Flames Arise is born from “two years of tragedy and loss”, according to the band.

Susie McMullan from Brume supplies background vocals on one of the featured tracks, Shore up the Ashes, adding another layer of harmony and emotion to an already amazing song. Flames Arise is already a contender for one of my favorite albums of 2019.

Standout tracks: Flames Bemoan the Tide, Shore up the Ashes

If you’re in the area, catch Lowcaster at their album debut show at SF’s Thee Parkside with Brume on November 9, 2019! In the meantime, buy or stream Flames Arise at the usual outlets.

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Volume by ZED

Zed Volume CoverA staple of the San Francisco Bay Area underground heavy rock scene since 2007, ZED hits a new level of musical maturity and fires on all cylinders like a badass band who knows what the fuck they’re about on their newest full-length, “Volume”.

Released on Ripple Music in July, this tour de force of solid riffs and heavy grooves is easily one of my favorite albums of 2019. Vocalist/guitarist Pete Sattari’s gravelly vocals have never sounded better, guitarist Greg Lopez’ octane-fuled Sabbathy riffs sound bigger and badder than ever, and the battery of bassist Mark Aceves and skin-beater Sean Boyles is tight and punishing in the best way.

Standout tracks: Wings of the Angel, Chingus, Time and Space. Check out this amazing LEGO based video by multitalented bassist Mark Aceves featuring their single “Chingus”.

Fans of Led Zeppelin, Soundgarden, and Shinedown will dig this hard rocking album, available on Bandcamp and Spotify for instant listening. ZED is currently touring the west coast with the likes of La Chinga, Horseburner, and Age of Truth. Catch them if you can!

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