Band: Skullflower Album: Birthdeath EP Origin: Great Britain Genre: Noise, Drone, Experimental, Psychedelic Rock Year: 1988
Fuzzed out, feedback drenched, bass-heavy, droning noisy stoner rock. That's how I would describe Skullflower. I discovered this band because they were invited by Neurosis to play Beyond The Pale at Roadburn. This is their first release which explains the very minimal and basic production. It's very hypnotic, with lots of delay and feedback, tribal like drumming and almost hidden vocals. The song structures are provided mostly by the bass and the drums while the guitars just freak out. Enjoy!
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