Sunday, 10 November 2013

Disastroid - Karoshi - 7inch Single Review

Disastroid is a Sludge/Stoner Rock Band from San Francisco, CA, USA

The members are:

Enver Koneya: Guitar/Vocals
Travis Williams: Bass
Braden McGaw: Drums
Robot : Horrible crying

Disastroid is a Rock Band who I have been a fan for a couple of years now. They released a stunning debut album - Money & Guilt - back in 2012 which won praise from all over the Stoner/Sludge metal scene.

Disastroid music is very hard to categorise. Parts Grunge, Sludge and Stoner Metal - these guys bow down to no-one. They make music for everyone to rock out to. Vocalist - Enver - has vocals matching Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder at their majestic best.

The band have just released an awesome new 7 inch single which they kindly sent me a copy of. The single consists of 3 tracks.

Side A - Drug and Crusade
Side B - Karoshi

We may of heard these singles before but that isn't the point. It's being released on limited edition 7 inch vinyl. Karoshi is the main selling point and it's a blistering ride full of action packed riffs containing that old Disastroid magic. Sludge, Stoner and Grunge combine for a thrilling encounter that will leave you begging for more.

Karoshi is an almost 6 minute ride full of great grunge based riffs. If Disastroid were around in the 90s Seattle Grunge scene then they would of been of the champions of the underground scene. Though the band are still very much a band of our own time mixing Sludge/Stoner Metal riffs for you to chew on.

Karoshi sounds incredible on vinyl. It has a deep bass driven sound that you can only hear on Vinyl. It's the perfect format for the record. Disastroid are currently working on their new album and I hope it will be released on Vinyl as their music is made for Vinyl.

Karoshi 7 inch single is an essential purchase. I recommend you buy this now before they sell out. The artwork is fucking stunning.

Excellent and Highly Recommenced.

Thanks to the band for sending me a copy to the UK. Much appreciated guys.

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