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Stoner metallers Kind issue doomy cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival classic »Heard It Through The Gravepine«; »Burn On The Bayou« tribute album out this Friday on Ripple Music!

Boston, Massachusetts based stoner/doom supergroup Kind share Creedence Clearwater Revival cover »Heard It Through The Gravepine« from tribute album, »Burn On The Bayou: A Heavy Underground Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival«, set to release this Friday, December 8th, 2023 via Ripple Music.

01. Run Through The Jungle – JPT Scare Band
02. Fortunate Son – Bone Church
03. Suzy Q – Cities Of Mars with Suzy Bravo
04. Gloomy – Cortez
05. Effigy – Curse The Son
06. Put A Spell On You – Devil To Pay
07. Pagan Baby – Doublestone
08. Ramble Tamble – End of Age
09. Cotton Fields (Doom Version) – Great Electric Quest
10. Heard It Through The Grapevine – Kind
11. Bad Moon Rising – High Priestess
12. Hideaway – Horseburner
13. Born On The Bayou – Hot Spring Water
14. Lodi – Jakethehawk
15. Porterville – Gypsy Chief Goliath
16. Sailor’s Lament – Kabbalah
17. Down on the Corner – Fuzz Evil
18. Sweet Hitchhiker – La Chinga
19. Proud Mary – Lightning Born
20. Hey Tonight – Red Mesa
21. Sinister Purpose – Roadsaw
22. Walk On Water – Salem’s Bend
23. Who’ll Stop The Rain – Stonebirds
24. Green River – Stubb
25. Graveyard Train – Thunder Horse
26. Commotion – Void Vator
27. Working Man – War Cloud
28. Nighttime Is The Right Time – The Hazytones
29. Run Through The Jungle – Master Nasty
30. Sinister Purpose (Bonus) – Kyle Shutt
31. Fortunate Son (Bonus) – Ozone Mama
32. Cotton Fields (Bonus Version) – Great Electric Quest

Courtesy of Purple Sage PR:

Ripple Music shares the fourth single off their upcoming »Burn On The Bayou: A Heavy Underground Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival«, featuring 32 heavy covers of the American rock band’s classics. Get doom as hell with Kind’s rendition of »Heard It Through The Gravepine« now…

Following the release of Bone Church’s electric cover of »Fortunate Son«, Kabbalah’s occult take on »Sailor’s Lament« and High Priestess’s bewitching doom with »Bad Moon Rising«, the Boston foursome put their doomy boot in and deliver a heavier-than-thou version of CCR’s ultimate hit »Heard It Through The Gravepine«. And to this day, only the bravest have survived…

Creedence Clearwater Revival like you’ve never heard before – stream Kind’s »Heard It Through The Gravepine«!

This massive 32-track compilation presents reimagined Creedence Clearwater Revival songs by bands from Ripple Music’s past and present roster such as War Cloud, Kind, Great Electric Quest, High Priestess, Thunder Horse, Void Vator, Stonebirds, JPT Scare Band, Cities of Mars, special guest Kyle Shutt of The Sword and more.

Set for a December 8th release, »Burn On The Bayou: A Heavy Underground Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival« will be released in 3xLP format, 2xCD and digital for a total of 32 songs. It was compiled and produced by Todd Severin. Mastered by Kent Stump at Crystal Clear Sound, Dallas, Texas. The artwork was illustrated by Cody Kuehl, with layout by Mack Aceves and gatefold art by Joe Mruk at Red Buffalo Illustration.

Various artists »Burn On The Bayou: A Heavy Underground Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival« out December 8th on Ripple Music (3xLP, 2xCD, digital)

About the compilation, Ripple Music label founder Todd Severin says: “I chose Creedence Clearwater Revival for our first compilation because I wanted to do something different. I didn’t want to do Sabbath, Lizzy or such because bands have such reverence for them that they would turn in their best take on Sabbath or Lizzy. I wanted a band with amazing songs, that the bands could make their own, and boy did they. Plus Creedence Clearwater Revival is rooted in the sludge of the swamp, an aesthetic that plays well to stoner/doom bands. And to really bring out the swamp in the songs, the whole project was mastered by Kent Stump of the legendary swamp rockers Wo Fat.”

Founded in 2010 by Todd Severin and John Rancik, Ripple Music is the passion-driven imprint that leading metal magazine Decibel Magazine declared “has made a splash in heavy rock and metal,” and Alternative Control labeled “powerhouse tastemaker”. Metal Injection went so far as to predict, “they may very well be the future of rock and roll”. Known and revered worldwide for unearthing the finest bands in 70s heavy, stoner, doom, heavy rock, the Bay Area-based label is now home to Scott “Wino” Weinrich, Tony Reed, Poobah, Wo Fat, Mothership, Freedom Hawk and many more. Since 2017, Ripple Music has been hosting its own festival events known as RippleFest in California, Sweden, Germany, England and France.

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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