Friday, October 15, 2010

Review - Low Gravity - Low Gravity EP

As also seen on The Soda Shop
So what do we have here? We have another debut album from a Denver band with some serious tunes that really deliver. The band is Low Gravity and they have just released their debut self titled EP to the masses for free.

The EP is your typical handful of songs all within about a half hour. This one is 5 songs coming in at 28 minutes.

The album is pretty heavy borrowing elements from desert rock, heavy metal and some doom. Some of the influences they have listed are Baroness, Kyuss, Comets on Fire, Queens of the Stone Age and Orange Goblin amongst many others.

The Ep is pretty well balanced all round. It starts if with the first track "Manifesto" and keeps rocking on to the last track, the massive 9 minute "Warriors Pilgrimmage."

Any fan of the influences mentioned above will enjoy this album especially fans of Baroness, High on Fire or even The Melvins. You owe it to yourself to download the album and listen for yourself. Click on the link below for the band's website to get your copy and support the band by buying some swag or attending a show or two.

Low Gravity Links Band website / Myspace

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