Drone Head

by The Janitors

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    This is the digital Edition of the 2x12" gatefold vinyl released by Cardinal Fuzz. Two bonus tracks and all the artwork is included.

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06:10
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04:29
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04:55
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12:29
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03:45
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13.
05:35

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The vinyl is sold out at Cardinal fuzz, but is still aviable from:
www.normanrecords.com
www.piccadillyrecords.com
www.permanentrecordschicago.com
www.aquariusrecords.org

Reviews:

The Janitors are bringing slow burn, fuzzed out desert rock psychedelia and they are bringing it BIG! "Drone Head" is top-notch spacerock/shoegaze/psychrock from start to finish." www.permanentrecordschicago.com

"the songs are surprisingly varied, they’re woven into a fantastically druggy and tranced out, psychedelic whole, one that definitely ranks as one of our favorite spaced out heavy garage psych releases in recent memory." aquariusrecords.org

"It’s an absolutely mesmerizing affair, and hopefully you weren’t expecting anything less from these Stockholm psych-outs" Styrofoam Drone

"Only those with an interest in the heaviest of heavy psych need apply - this is not music for the faint of heart, but those with a love of evil drone and heavy garage clamor will be totally in their element." Active listener

"Mid-paced repeato psych style which has a hypnotic feel like Black Rebel Motorcycle Clubjamming a particularly gnarly Primal Scream groove." Norman Records

By the time all hell breaks loose and the band’s full-on aural assault strikes us between the ears with ravishing slices of barbed wire fuzz… well, you just ain’t heard nothing like this in a long while. It´s psychedelic Baby! !

"A-Bow is a glorious, and gloriously ambitious, piece of blues stomp with more depth and space than most music in this tradition. . This is slow-burn scuzz rock with a vengeance.” Drug punk!

credits

released 15 July 2013

All tracks written, recorded, engineered, mixed and produced by The Janitors (Eriksson/Herlenius) at Studio Psychgrottan.
Additional mixing at Cosmos Studios. Mastered by Max-Måns Vikman at Dubious. Vinyl Mastering by Chris Hardman.
Track 6 remixed by Al Lover, track 7 remixed by strssmmnt.

Who played what where:
J. Eriksson: Vocals, guitars, organs, drums & percussion.
H. Herlenius: Guitars, drones, organs, bass.
M. Eriksson: Bass on tracks 3,4,9,11 & 13
J. Graffe: Drums on track 9,11 & 13
J. Percovic: Drums on track 3, 5 & 10.

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