Wednesday, September 12, 2018

NEWS: releases on Friday: Druglord

Life is too fast. Time goes by too quickly. People eat too fast. They talk too fast. Most of all, music is too fast. Quit your job, drop out, tune out, ignore everything. Go to sleep on Tuesday and wake up sometime on Friday afternoon.
This could be the view of Druglord. Besides having the perfect name for a band in the field of stoner sludge, they have a gnarly super fuzzed out guitar tone, like they found an old guitar in the forests of sweet home Virginia and they picked it up and it was covered in moss and they just started playing it, and it took them back in the time machine.
Besides having Flash Slothmore as the perfect audience for the Virginians, who else would be down for some Southern fried doom? Between Blue Cheer, Iron Butterfly, Led Zeppelin, and Black Sabbath is the deep burned out currents of Electric Wizard and Sleep, and it’s likely you might find the answer there.
Slow down, you're moving way too fast, children of the modernity. Take this medication listed below.
Druglord
New Day Dying
Sludgelord Records
14 September 2018
Sludgelord Records is pleased to announce that they will release New Day Dying by DRUGLORD on September 14th 2018. The album will be released both digitally and on cassette.
Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Druglord was formed in 2010 and later recorded 6 songs, which were intended for demo purposes but ended up being released as the “Motherfucker Rising” LP on Last Anthem Records in October 2012.
This activity resulted in STB Records offering to release the next LP. In July 2013, the band began recording with Garrett Morris of Windhand in his former recording space known as The Darkroom, and the result was the “Enter Venus” LP, which was released in Feb. 2014. The band would also release the "Deepest Regrets" EP on STB Records in December 2015.
In Feb 2017 the band started recording 6 new songs (their first with new bassist Julian Cook) with Garrett Morris in his current space, Phantom Sound Recording And Reproduction . Fast forward to 2018 and these recordings will be released as “New Day Dying”, their first album in 4 years set for release via Sludgelord Records on 14th September 2018.
thesludgelord.bandcamp.com/album/new-day-dying

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