DEVIL'S SON-IN-LAW To Release Limited-Edition CD/EP
Sludge/stoner metal act DEVIL'S SON-IN-LAW has announced plans to release a limited-edition CD/EP through Canada's Moshpit Tragedy Records. The self-titled five-song EP will be limited to 100 hand-numbered, screenprinted copies in a mini-vinyl sleeve as part of the label's "DIY Series." An audio sample and cover art for the release can be seen at this location.
Beginning as an instrumental project between childhood friends from Detroit, Michigan, the band later relocated to Oakland, California before assuming the name (taken from the Rudy Ray Moore film "Peetey Wheatstraw") DEVIL'S SON-IN-LAW in 2005. Although heavily influenced by bands like SLEEP, NEUROSIS, EYEHATEGOD, and ASUNDER, their style is also heavily drawn from blues slide guitar and early psychedelic rock. Many of their early pieces were improvisational and experimental, but would be the essence of today's sound.
DEVIL'S SON-IN-LAW is scheduled to perform alongside Portland, Oregon crust act HELLSHOCK on October 10 at Gilman Street Club in Berkeley, California.
For more information, visit www.moshpit-tragedy.com.
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