Clayton Buchanan. Special Agent Dale Cooper. Sean Hampton. Adrian Zavaleta. David Kavanagh. Matt Johnson. NewEars Prog Show. Stephan Hooft. KG's Leathercraft Designs. Peter Ljungquist. Jeff Mueller. Martin Fischer. Tony Mayoh. It almost doesn't matter though because this is hypnotic, heavy, and howling rock 'n' roll that defies both musical and temporal categorization.
That was the goal. Hayden had just returned home from a short detour at college in Idaho before recognizing he belonged jamming with his brothers. Officially back in the fold, excitement to record proved pervasive. Moving when inspiration struck, they actually recorded the songs live on reel-to-reel tape. Eschewing the digital mindset of today and not even uttering the words "Pro Tools", everything was caught on analog, giving the music a crackling kinetic energy.
Something in their sunny sound tells you to just let go of your worries. The dry thudding drums of Cody Tarbell are quite important to their sound, but here he really takes it away. The piano adds some extra flavour to this track, giving it even more of that swag and hit potential. The Endless Mountain sees the band return to that groove laden, repetitive vibe that whirls on and on, taking a direction more reminiscent of Graveyard.
Just a bit more steady and full of purpose. Wasted Years is a bit more darker in sound and not a tribute to Iron Maiden. Slow Season first emerged in with their self-titled debut. Supported by shows throughout California and nationally, they began to garner palpable buzz.
Now, Mountains kicks off their next chapter. We love what we do, and we hope that listeners do too. Mountains preorder. Hope you agree. Beak on Thee Facebooks , Someoddpilot Records. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. No customer reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us.Press “play” on Slow Season’s second full-length album Mountains (RidingEasy Records), and you might just forget what era you’re in. It could very well be the sixties, seventies, or now. It almost doesn’t matter though because this is hypnotic, heavy, and howling rock ‘n’ roll that defies both musical and temporal categorization.