Monday, February 28, 2011

Kylesa

To make up* for that Brutal Death, I bring some more Stoner / Sludge Metal from Savannah, Georgia US. "Since this quintet first formed in early 2001, worrying about genre limitations has never been a priority. Taking musical chances, however, always has been." This Stoner Metal is not as slow or hard as bands like Electric Wizard, but thats not a bad thing! I think it sounds close to bands like Mastodon (ooh! another post idea!), check it out!

Scapegoat:



Tired Climb:



*Not really, if you don't like Brutal Death etc. I don't blame you, It's extreme... but just don't listen! Its right there in the tags:

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13 comments:

Rawbhal said...

Looks like a band I could get into. The vocals kind of remind me of old school punk.
Thanks for showing me a new band.
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thenitefalls said...

Kylesa is an awesome sludge band! I have the album Spiral Shadow by them :D

Peter Hildebrand said...

Hmm. Not really my thing, but they definitely seem to have talent. As always, thanks for sharing.

Rolo said...

I could get into this music, but unfortunately my music log is all backed up.

Lost.in.Idaho said...

Is it bad that, after the first 6 seconds of 'Scapegoat' I was waiting for "You gotta keep em separated..."??

Great tunes, great band.

Burger said...
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Burger said...

Cool band,thanks!

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Shelby Fox said...

Sick drum solo to start the first song.

Not really my type of music, though. For some reason, one of my girlfriends likes metal haha.

Scott said...

Spiral Shadow was a great album!

Robert Fünf said...

I'm surprised I haven't heard of them. Thanks for sharing!

A Beer for the Shower said...

This is the kind of music I could crash my car to. In a good way.

The Moustache Man said...

woo stoner metal hahah

SKS FKF said...

Wow, what an album cover!