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The sound-sculpting San Diego heavy psych titans from Earthless and Harsh Toke have joined forces to bring music fans a colossal battle of the beasts. Titled "Acid Crusher / Mount Swan," the two track, 35-minute album will see a May 27th release via Tee Pee Records.
In advance of the record's release, the split EP has now come online in full. Hear the mind-expanding sounds from the Cali kings below.
1. Acid Crusher
2. Mount Swan More...
California's heavy psych kings from Earthless have announced a string of North American tour dates that will launch directly following the band's March 12th performance at the 2016 Levitation Chicago Festival.
The group, currently hard at work on a fourth studio LP, continues to tour in support of the "From the Ages" album, a record hailed as "a trip worth taking" by Pitchfork and "sky-scraping" by Spin. In additional Earthless news, the band has released a new song titled "End to End," which can be heard below.
March 12 Chicago, IL Thalia Hall (as part of Levitation Chicago w/ Chelsea Wolfe)
March 14 Toronto, ON Lee's Place
March 15 Montreal, QC Bar le Ritz PDB
March 16 Boston, MA The Sinclair
March 17 Brooklyn, NY Rough Trade
March 18 New York, NY Mercury Lounge
March 19 Philadelphia, PA Underground Arts
March 20 Washington, DC DC9
March 21 Columbus, OH Ace Of Cups More...
Award-winning San Diego psych rock band Earthless premieres a new song titled "End To End", taken from an upcoming new EP, which will be out in stores this year via Scion A/V and Baker Skateboards.
Check out now "End To End" below.
This July, a colossal collaborative concert, previously privy only to those who were fortunate enough to have helped fill a Netherlandic concert hall multiple moons ago, will be unleashed in audio form as "Earthless Meets Heavy Blanket In A Dutch Haze."
The recording will see a July 8th release date via Outer Battery Records / Roadburn Records. Today, in advance of the album's release, Noisey premieres the album in full with the forewarning, "Get ready to cry because you will never play this well."
Check it out in the player provided below. The following press release was also issued:
"Back-story: an impromptu heavy psych JAM between J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr, Sweet Apple, and one of both Rolling Stone and Spin's 'Greatest Guitarists of All Time') and California space rock masters Earthless at the 2009 SXSW Festival left an onlooking crowd stunned and breathless.
"When word of the performance spread, the world-renowned musicians were asked to play the main stage of Holland's annual international rock festival, Roadburn, to attempt to recreate the magic that revved-up an Austin audience at what was thought to be a one-time event.
"Fast forward to the 2012 installment of the fantastic fest; when Earthless' guitarist Isaiah Mitchell had to back out at the last minute due to unforeseen circumstance, six-string shredder Graham Clise from J Mascis' loud, psychedelic project Heavy Blanket (and who also plays with Mascis in Witch and in the bitchin' Bay Area band Lecherous Gaze) stepped in on second guitar. Backed by the best rhythm section in today's adventurous rock world -- Mario Rubalcaba and Mike Eginton from Earthless -- the quartet stormed the stage for what would become an incredible one-time happening, leading to almost a full hour of some of the most mind-bending heavy psych imaginable.
"The epic jam session gave birth to shredding psychedelia and hard rock blues underpinned by the muscular rhythmic sensibilities of kraut-rock and the unbridled energy of 70's guitar rock. The formidable foundation laid by drummer Rubalcaba became a jumping off point for Mascis, Clise and Eighton to explore their inner cosmoi for consciousness-expanding riffs and music-induced psychedelic experiences." More...
San Diego power rock band Earthless has announced a string of August east coast live dates in support of new album, "From the Ages."
The space rock kings will be joined on the tour dates by California "Destroyers of Rock 'N' Roll" (and Tee Pee Records label mates) The Shrine.
In addition, Earthless will join J Mascis' Heavy Blanket for a special support slot with metal titans Sleep in Boston on August 24th. Dates are as follows:
August 20 Washington, DC Rock and Roll Hotel
August 21 Philadelphia, PA Underground Arts
August 22 New York, NY Mercury Lounge
August 23 Brooklyn, NY Saint Vitus
August 24 Boston, MA House of Blues (* EARTHLESS Meets HEAVY BLANKET w/ SLEEP) More...
Award-winning San Diego power rock band Earthless released brand new album "From the Ages" on October 8th via Tee Pee Records.
The first new studio album from the trio since the release of 2007's "Rhythms from a Cosmic Sky," the hour-long double LP was recorded with producer Phil Manley (Trans Am, The Fucking Champs, SubArachnoid Space).
Now, Spin gives music fans an advance listen to the entire "From the Ages" album. Check it out at this location.
"We feel this is some of the strongest material that we have ever created and we cannot wait to get out there and share it with everyone in a live setting," said the band when asked for comment. Catch the band live:
October 17 Long Beach, CA Alex's Bar
October 18 Sacramento, CA Harlow's
October 21 Seattle, WA El Corazon
October 22 Portland, OR Rotture
October 24 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill
October 25 Oceanside, CA Royal Dive
October 26 San Diego, CA The Casbah
Award-winning San Diego psych rock band Earthless has completed work on its brand new album "From the Ages." The first new studio album from the globally celebrated trio since the release of 2007's critically acclaimed "Rhythms from a Cosmic Sky," the LP was recorded in San Francisco with producer Phil Manley (Trans Am, The Fucking Champs, SubArachnoid Space).
An hour-long double LP, "From the Ages" will see an October 8th release date via Tee Pee Records. A rough version of the title track (and a second song not on the release), recorded live at Guadalest in 2009, is streaming below the album artwork and tracklisting.
1.) Violence of the Red Sea (14:44)
2.) Uluru Rock (14:08)
3.) Equus October (5:42)
4.) From the Ages (30:55)