Band Name: Slush
Genre: Stoner, Garage, Doom, Proto-Metal
Brief Bio/Description: We're a Brooklyn, NY based band that just released our first full length, "American Demons" on cassette. It has stoned grooves, fuzzed out solos and face melting riffs aplenty.
Following their EP 6XTY and split with Doubting Thomas Cruise Control, Brooklyn band Slush are set to announce their next release, American Demons. The group's expanded sound ranges from raw cowpunk stomp to slow '70s death-cult groove - half heavy metal, half aluminum siding.
The album shares of a series of tall tales centering around the bloody origins and dismal present of the United States, each focusing on a different character or creature. First single "Suzerain" imagines Judge Holden of Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian in the backwaters of modern-day Missouri, ruling over a coterie of lapsed priests, methheads, trailerpark prostitutes and gutterpunk slime. "Bathysphere," the second single, depicts the fall of Atlantis at the hands of a vengeful amphibious automaton.
The album is available digitally and on silver cassette with a custom 16-panel booklet replete with lyrics, stories and a full-panel image corresponding to each song.