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Sent By the Band - October 2012

Estoner - 2012 - The Stump Will Rise 

 


Captain Obvious says that Estoner is a cool psychedelic stoner band from Estonia !


Town Portal - 2012 - Chronopoly 

 


This is the second album from Danish progressive fellas.
The first one also was posted on Robustfellow

"Long story short, Town Portal is an instrumental rock band from Copenhagen, Denmark who are sporting curiously complex yet surprisingly catchy tunes with a dropped tune punch.
October 8th saw the release of the debut album ‘Chronopoly’ on the Copenhagen-based indie label Subsuburban. The album has been praised in the national music press.
In November the record will be followed up by a European tour with Extra Life drummer Nick Podgurski performing solo as Feast of the Epiphany.
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 Interlude - 2012 - A la deriva 

 


"Hailing from Zaragoza, INTERLUDE plays a passionate emo-post-hardcore, sung exclusively in Spanish this time and with a more progressive, ambient approach compared to their previous works. "A la Deriva" is the long-awaited follow-up to "10000 ans de vengeance" released in 2008."




Vintage Cucumber - 2012 - Mc Goyl Style 

 

One man multi instrumental psychedelic band from Germany.
"Highly Recommended is the song "The Hots fette Sonne" from the album "Tom mit de Bon Style". One album is finished and the other is in process. "

MOUNT FUJI - 2012 - S\T

 


Really good band from Leipzig, Germany.
Alice in Chains & Helmet rides with Saint Vitus speed.


STONERHEAD LET GROOVE YOUR BRAINS TONIGHT

 Cute name for the blog & awesome promo video.





IGUANA - 2012 - get the city love you

 

 


“IGUANA released their new double vinyl at the end of June (at Sweethomerecords, Broken Silence) and have gradually moved their style from classic Stoner-Rock to a distinct Desert-Session-Psychedelic-Rock. „Get The City Love You” provides old-school Desert Rock – rough, psychedelic, melodious, but, above all, multi-faceted. The 10 songs represent different tunes in finest Desert-Sessions without even relating to any desert-clichés: sometimes instrumental, sometimes just straight, and then laid-back again. Somewhere between Doom, Psychedelic, Noise and the Desert Sessions, but, with a twinkle in the eye, it reminds us of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd as well as Saint Vitus, The Black Keys, Qotsa and Soundgarden."

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !!!

If you are interested, you can listen to 6 out of 10 new songs (and you can even download two of them for free) (tips: A Royal Null Drift, Vaque As A Mirage, Get The City Love You).http://soundcloud.com/iguanagermany

Tour dates – Get The City Love You – Tour 2012:

presented by: Allschools Network, Electric Magic, Sweet Home Records
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26/10/2012 Chemnitz (GER) - AJZ Talschock

27/10/2012 Freiberg (GER) - Deep Hole

03/11/2012 Jena (GER) - Black Night

09/11/2012 Leipzig (GER) - Bandhaus

10/11/2012 Braunschweig (GER) - Nexus

16/11/2012 Cottbus (GER) - La Casa

17/11/2012 Dresden (GER) - Born Wild Fest

18/11/2012 Berlin (GER) - Schokoladen


http://www.iguana-music.de
http://www.facebook.com/iguana666
http://www.youtube.com/user/IguanaVideochannel
http://www.myspace.com/iguanagermany



SHINESKI - 2012 - Leave you in the Dark 

 

Another Sweetie from Domino Media.
Check their fullength on bandcamp. It's a blast !
2 years after the release of its acclaimed second full-length album, "The wild lane", through Tentacled Records (Gamesdøglär, My Fancy Zoot), french alternative power-rock quartet Shineski is gonna to unleash a brand new CD/digital EP, "Leave you in the dark", on november 10th, still on Tentacled Recs.

"Leave you in the dark" will consist in five new songs for a powerful mix of stoner-rock, alternative grunge, power-pop and indie-rock. In a few words : something between Biffy Clyro and Kyuss.


  From now, the title-track of the EP is available for streaming on SoundCloud.

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1 comment:

  1. Listen To Mount Fuji!!!! It's really worth doing.

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