Following the announcement of the full lineup of Psycho Las Vegas, the festival has announced its Psycho Swim Pool Party pre-fest show lineup! The full lineup includes Midnight, Eyehategod, Elder, Bridge City Sinners, Starcrawler, Uniform, Deathchant, Early Moods, and Rifflord! Tickets to just the pool party start at $99 at the link below.
Psycho Las Vegas festival confirmed their lineup for their 6th annual fest, added a second wave of bands, as well an expected move to a new location. The fest takes place August 19-21 at Resorts World Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. A Psycho Swim pre-party is set for August 18. Confirming the 2022 edition of Psycho Las Vegas will feature Mercyful Fate (USA-Exclusive Performance), Emperor (USA-Exclusive Performance), Mayhem, Satyricon, Watain, Wolves In The Throne Room, Samael, Boris, Mgla, Cirith Ungol, King Woman, Marissa Nadler, Bömbers and Year Of No Light. Psycho Las Vegas also shared the trailer and the expanded lineup.Continue reading
Amazing Stoner Rock record label RidingEasy has shared an awesome holiday gift to fans for their support! They have shared a free download compilation “mixtape” of tracks released in 2020 along with some unreleased singles slated for 2021. The mixtape features brand new, never heard tracks from Warish, Alastor, Deathchant, Brown Acid: The Twelfth Trip, the forthcoming compilation series Scrap Metal, and Coventry (Mondo Drag’s John Gamino’s modular synth project.) Plus, it includes Here Lies Man, Spelljammer, Warish, Brown Acid: The Eleventh Trip, The Goners, The Death Wheelers, R.I.P., Hell Fire, Randy Holden, Ice, and Monolord guitarist/vocalist Thomas Jäger’s solo debut. The RidingEasy Records 2020 Holiday Mixtape is available at Bandcamp. The label is also offering a sitewide 20% off on LPs, CDs, merch, and downloads via the label’s official website below.
From the fuzzy guitars and the distorted, feedback-esque noises of ‘Pessimist’ you know what you are going to get from Deathchant. This Los Angeles based four-piece have just released their self-titled debut album (King Volume Records) and it does indeed deal in Psychedelic Rock with a heavy Stoner vibe, supplemented by the occasional flirtation with Metal – not too dissimilar from North Carolina’s ASG.Continue reading