Ex-KYUSS Singer JOHN GARCIA Performs SLO BURN Classic With KOMATSU: Pro-Shot Footage

Ex-KYUSS Singer JOHN GARCIA Performs SLO BURN Classic With KOMATSU: Pro-Shot Footage

Former KYUSS and current VISTA CHINO frontman John Garcia joined the Dutch band KOMATSU on stage at Speedfest in Eindhoven, The Netherlands on November 23 to perform the song "July" from Garcia's previous group SLO BURN. Professionally filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below.

KOMATSU's cover version of "July" is featured on the band's new split release with British blues stoners DESERTSTORM.

Playing a mix of sludge, stoner rock and metal, KOMATSU released its full-length debut album, "Manu Armata", in February 2013.

The band's sound has been compared to that of such groups as QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, TORCHE, MASTODON, MONSTER MAGNET and KARMA TO BURN.

KOMATSU is:

Mo Truijens (lead vocals, guitar)
Martijn Mansvelders (vocals, bass)
Stephan Quint (vocals, guitar)
Miriam Bekkers (drums)

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