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june 2010

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"Dos EPs" CD


Genres: stoner rock, riff metal, fuzz metal

PO Box 403222
Albuquerque, NM

July 8 - 15 2002

Remember Nebula?  They've spread their fuzz metal wings all over the map, releasing records on a whole host of labels - including Sub Pop, Mans Ruin, Relapse, and, of course, MeteorCity.  While you may own some of their rockin' full-lengths, their two EPs - "Sun Creature" and their split with Lowrider - are where they really shine.  Thankfully, MeteorCity has released Dos EPs, a double reissue of both those releases - all on one cd.  And if that wasn't enough, there are also three new tracks to savor.

Needless to say, the eleven tracks on this album completely rock.  "Rollin' My Way To Freedom" is a scorching 70s-influenced stoner metal track, "Long Day" is a catchy helping of fuzz metal, and "Back To The Dawn" has all the makings of a stoner rock chill-out classic.

If you like music in the vein of The Atomic Bitchwax and the rest of the MeteorCity roster, or even old legendaries like AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, and Jimi Hendrix, you'll totally dig the Dos EPsNebula ripped open my chest and tweaked my heart - it doesn't beat anymore, it pounds.


Matt Shimmer