Post a Comment. Olde Growth plays traditional doom with untraditional energy, blasting out catchy, sludgy hooks as a miraculously thick bass-and-drum team that craft songs five piece bands dream of weaving. Every band living (c) No.
3: Alborada - Rimsky Korsakov* ; Mussorgsky* ; Alexander Borodin ; Georges Prêtre Conducting in Doomlandia lives or dies by its riffs. These songs dip and swell Olde Growth - Owl an angry tide, they blossom in the sun and grow thorns unexpectedly. There is a lush, organic feeling to these songs that occasionally distract you from how god damn heavy it all is. Powerful, melodic, expertly played and sung, all without sacrificing aggression. The song is intense and haunting, memorable from the slamming bass to the smooth croon to the raw, sludgy conclusion.
Kyuss may have perfected psychedelic doom perfect for the desert and all its creatures, but Olde Growth are playing doom speaking for and to the trees and mountains.
The idea is that the pronunciation determines the substance a Olde Growth - Owl would be made of. Everyone in the scene agrees that woody words are superior. Now, with Olde Growth as one of the very best examples, we can see the superiority of woody metal as well. Tags: bass. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.