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  • Performer: Electric Priestess
  • Title: Electric Priestess
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: VOX AAC TTA AA VQF MPC DMF
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Doom Metal, Hard Rock, Stoner Rock
  • MP3 album: 1594 mb
  • FLAC album: 1917 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 230
Electric Priestess - Electric Priestess album FLAC

Electric Priestess by Electric Priestess, released 20 November 2015 1. River at Dawn 2. Give me a call When you're calm 3. Tear us apart 4. Electric Priestess 5. A grand tyranny of magnitude Recorded Live at the Grimsby Docks. Recorded by Doxie Music Mastered by Tom Bomb Art by Dabulga Design. With a foot in the past and another firmly planted in the present, Electric Priestess capture creepy 70's occult hard-rock (track 1), early Clutch rock-fury (track 2), epic stoner rock (track 3), a progressive and dirty Sabbath stomp (track 4), and a Witchfinder General-like doomy rocker (track 5). But this record. is something greater than the sum of its parts, with a heaviness and progressiveness that make it an essential purchase.

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Country of origin: United Kingdom.

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Tracklist

1 River At Dawn 5:14
2 Give Me A Call When You're Calm 4:33
3 Tear Us Apart 7:34
4 Electric Priestess 9:15
5 A Grand Tyranny Of Magnitude 8:52

Credits

  • Bass – Luke Bullock
  • Drums – Zoe Butters
  • Guitar – Joe Peddie, Jordan Nicholas
  • Vocals – Danny Vain

Notes

Recorded Live at the Grimsby Docks
Recorded by Doxie Music
Reviews about Electric Priestess - Electric Priestess (1):
Kemath
Although this debut release from Grimsby's Electric Priestess undoubtedly fits into the stoner / doom category, they do something a little different with the genre, utilising influences from bands like The Stooges and Television, rather than the oh-so predictable Sabbath and Electric Wizard fuzzfests of the majority of their contemporaries. Along with excellent musicianship and song-writing this makes for a very satisying mix. If you're interested in a band ploughing a slightly different furrow to the herd, then give it a listen.

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