Deadly Vipers – Low City Drone [IMPORT France hard rock] - New LP
Regular price $ 29.00
I'm sure most would mention some more recent references, but being old, I have to mention the 1970s heavy metal thunder UK bands that had some toes dipping into head rock, but two feet firmly planted in hard rock, Purple, Nazareth, Sabbath, UFO, Rainbow, Priest...as well Blue Cheer and bands of the 1980s and 1990s that grew out of all that. -- winch
"debauchery of decibels! Deadly Vipers distills an effective fuzzy rock, without frills, thanks to the richness of the compositions, all made possible by grooves as catchy as they are devastating. The band offer a personal vision of the genre, where the riff is the fuel that powers interstellar engines, actors of a journey from the desert expanses to the ends of the universe. New album 'Low City Drone' is their own vision of the future/past, a dystopian tale about the humanity last breath and an utopian hope about the reconstruction after the end. Watch out for drones coming from above, they are listening to what is being said below... The album is mixed by Mr.Dango of Truckfighters so you can expect a hell of a fuzzy sound on this album, and yeah the guys don't try to be a band that creates a new genre; instead they take classic stoner and psychedelic rock and play it exactly how it should be played! This album will appeal to any fans of the stoner rock genre and especially those into a 'Kyuss / early Truckfighters' style of stoner."