US stoner rock outfit Karma Vulture premiere new music video for the track »Cheer Up«
Photo by Josh Loney
US stoner rock trio Karma Vulture premiere new music video for the track »Cheer Up« from their latest EP, »Death By Comfort«, out on March 4th, 2022 via Bent Knee Records.
Courtesy of US / THEM Group:
Karma Vulture is a desert rock power trio from Joshua Tree, now based in Nashville, consisting of singer/bassist Conor Spellane, guitarist Will Hammond, and drummer Ben Foerg. The band has a familiar yet idiosyncratic sound, blending elements of stoner rock and grunge with hints of classic rock, psych and modern alternative rock for good measure. The band executes their earworm hooks and hammer-dropping riffs with equal aplomb. Or, in other words: It’s super catchy, super heavy and super dope.
Founded in mid-2018, the band hit its stride with the release of its first EP and the subsequent addition of Foerg in 2020. When the pandemic hit that spring, the band had just finished recording its second EP, »Death By Comfort« with producer Norm Block (Mark Lanegan, Brian Jonestown Massacre). They mixed it remotely, and used the lockdown as an opportunity to record their debut fill-length, scheduled for release in late 2022.
The band plans to tour hard in support of both records, while releasing a series of music videos, including an upcoming horror film homage for the their song »Better Luck Next Time«.
»Death By Comfort« was released on CD, cassette and download on March 4th, 2022 via Bent Knee Records. Get your copy here: karmavulture.bandcamp.com.
01. The Gift Of Nothing
02. Better Luck Next Time
03. Cheer Up
04. All About You
Engineered by Norm Block.
Mixed by Joshua Martinez.
Artwork by Walker DuBois.
Additional graphic design by Josh Loney.
Karma Vulture is:
Conor Spellane – Bass, Vocals
Will Hammond – Guitars
Ben Foerg – Drums
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