Former KYUSS/THE OBSESSED bassist Scott Reeder has released two new songs as an "album" called "Weaver's Dawn" via iTunes worldwide, Amazonmp3.com, and ShockHound.Commented Reeder: "I've been getting asked a lot what they sound like — had to think about it for a second... way more of a band vibe than most of my solo record, leaning toward the possibility of pulling something off live in the future. "'Weaver's Dawn' — ended up as kind of a KYUSS vibe with THE FOGGY BOTTOM BOYS singin'. Some of the vocals were done through tin cans strung together. Had room for some bass stretching out at the end... "'As We Become'... hard to describe. I'd imagine it would be like locking Dave Grohl, Jaz Coleman, David Gilmour and Adam Jones in a studio for a night, even though the next morning you'd probably find Jaz picking his teeth next to a big pile of bones! I recorded this one for the Missus to mark our 20th anniversary. Heavy. Sweet. Haunting. "The artwork is a photo by Alex Solca that's an outtake from the KYUSS 'Sky Valley' shoots. We each had our personal concept stuff we worked on that ended up being completely perfect now for 'Weaver's Dawn'." For more information, visit www.myspace.com/scottreeder.
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