One of the most anticipated events of SXSW is announced as Gravitoyd Presents and The Bird Barn Austin present Spider Ball 2020 showcase by Ripple Music and Small Stone Records with a killer lineup of Stoner, Doom, and Psychedelic Rock bands! The full list of bands includes The Well, Life, Rainbows Are Free, Geezer, Void Vater, Shark Muffin, The Glasspack, Lowcaster, Pale Grey Lore, The Boleys, Dayeater, Holy Death Trio, Jason Kane & The Jive, Temptress, SecondHand Shag, Warlung, Marco And The Human, Smokey Mirror, WoodenEarth, The Bobby Lees, Bridge Farmers, Monte Luna, Yatra, Grave Next Door and many more listed below. We also have the running order too! Taking place at Spiderhouse on March 20th all day and night from 1PM to 2 AM. Continue reading
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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Switchblade Jesus – “Behind The Monolith”
If you don’t know Texas sludge and stoner rockers Switchblade Jesus, you better recognize! The band crushes eardrums with a blistering style of rough riffs, grooves, and great vocals. The band is working on a new as yet untitled album for Ripple Music, but recently debuted a new song ‘Behind The Monolith’ live. Ghost Cult is stoked to bring you this live video premiere of the track, and we can’t wait to hear more!
Fuzz Evil Book Upcoming April Dates
Southern Arizona stoner rock outfit, Fuzz Evil, will record their debut full-length album in the coming weeks for release via their cohorts at Battleground Records, due in mid 2015, and the follow up to their debut split seven inch with Chiefs. They also have already begun booking their tour schedule for the year with a headlining run of dates through their Southwestern stomping grounds in April.
Fuzz Evil Tour Dates:
Apr 21: JR’s Bar -Sierra Vista, AZ
Apr 22: Low Brow Palace – El Paso, TX (w/ Oryx, Skulldron)
Apr 23: The Mix – San Antonio, TX (w/ Mothership, Switchblade Jesus)
Apr 24: Lost Well – Austin, TX (w/ Mothership, Switchblade Jesus)
Apr 25: Club Dada – Dallas, TX (w/ Wofat, Mothership, Switchblade Jesus)
Comprised of brothers Wayne and Joey Rudell on vocals/guitar and vocals/bass, respectively, and drummer Marlin Tuttle, Fuzz Evil delivers solid, groove-laden, heavy psych rock, with big-ass rock jams fans of Grand Funk Railroad, Jimi Hendrix and Steppenwolf will dig, as well as the prime riff/stoner rock contingent devout to the works of Goatsnake, Queens of The Stone Age, Clutch, and the Rudell brothers’ other outfit, Powered Wig Machine.
Fuzz Evil in Bandcamp
Battleground Records on Big Cartel