All Them Witches At The Bristol Bierkeller




Sat 7th Oct
Bristol Bierkeller
10adv ***ON SALE FRIDAY 24th FEB***




They are the real deal - psychedelic blues-rock warriors who pray at the altar of Black Sabbath, space out like Pink Floyd and shred away their bummers like Blue Cheer. SPIN The Nashville-based psych-rock quartet All Them Witches are set to return with Sleeping
Through The War via New West Records on February 24th, 2017. The 8-song, 46 minute set was produced by the Grammy Awarding winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell) and follows the bands acclaimed Dying Surfer Meets His Maker released last year. The fundamental laws that govern Sleeping Through The War are the same that have made All Them Witches a cult favorite - big fuzz, deep grooves, cosmic vision -- but
years of jamming their way across the country and three European tours in 2016 alone have made their songcraft more dynamic, more responsive, and years of psychic interactions between band members has lead them into a headier sonic space. Their recent performance at the Voodoo Music Festival was met with rave reviews with Stereogum calling them a highlight of the weekend and SPIN stating They are the read deal - psychedelic blues-rock warriors who pray at the altar of Black Sabbath, space out like Pink Floyd and shred away their bummers like Blue Cheer. Noisey premiered the new video for the single 3-5-7 today which can be seen HERE. Conan OBriens Team Coco previously premiered the video for the albums first single, Bruce Lee, which can be seen HERE as well. Sleeping Through The War will be available digitally, on compact disc, and LP and is now available for pre-order via Pledge Music.

The bands sound on Sleeping Through The War has become so expansive, you can hear echoes of Dr. Johns Gris-Gris, the glacial expanses of Sigur Ros, the stoner sludge of Kyuss, and the meditative om of the East. We wrote it in about six days, says guitarist Ben McLeod. Where in the past we would have just gone ahead and written and recorded in the studio, we were like nah were going to do it with Dave, lets be prepared. It was real minimal, Dave didnt want us to get too crazy. He added, We wanted a record you could crank. And we wanted girl backup singers. It might seem like an odd detail -- the appearance of the Nashville songstress Caitlin Rose, Erin Rae, and Tristen on backing vocals add a classic rock flourish, at odds with their own work, but it makes sense within the context of the songs and within the context of their career. All Them Witches are at their Ummagumma moment, their Bare Trees, their Tres Hombres. Singer/bassist Charles Michael Parks offered, Were trying to get to something better -- not necessarily just as musicians -- but as people. Ive always said that as we change as people, our music changes, thats why we can never make the same records. I cant be in one of those bands. I hope youll never hear another predictable album from All Them Witches. Theres no art in that.

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