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 AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock
 PRICE: $19.99
 FORMAT: Vinyl LP
 LABEL: Elektrohasch
 RELEASED: 2010
 ORIGIN: Germany
 ITEM #: ATH-8009

TRACKLIST:

  1. If
  2. Intermezzo
  3. Somo
  4. Zero Zero
  5. Common Believer
  6. Mountain Dusk
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"Classic, hazy, mirage-inducing, psychedelic Desert Rock, skillfully and professionally delivered with slamming drums, washy cymbals, heavy loping guitar riffs, groovy bass, and vocals that remind me at times of Alice in Chains and other times of Josh Homme, but with the added bonus of lots of smooth, well executed harmonies."

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Sungrazer: Mirador (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $15.99
Released: 2011
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Sungrazer
Mirador (CD) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
With influences from the '70s, Pink Floyd and The Doors plus an additional healthy wall of guitars, Dutch band Sungrazer walks the fine line between the hard rock of Motorpsycho and the groove of Monster Magnet.


Sungrazer: Mirador (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $19.99
Released: 2011
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Mirador (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Deluxe gatefold sleeve. With influences from the '70s, Pink Floyd and The Doors plus an additional healthy wall of guitars, Dutch band Sungrazer walks the fine line between the hard rock of Motorpsycho and the groove of Monster Magnet.


Sungrazer: Self Titled (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $15.99
Released: 2010
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Self Titled (CD) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Classic, hazy, mirage-inducing, psychedelic Desert Rock, skillfully and professionally delivered with slamming drums, washy cymbals, heavy loping guitar riffs, groovy bass, and vocals that remind me at times of Alice in Chains and other times of Josh Homme, but with the added bonus of lots of smooth, well executed harmonies.


Sungrazer: Self Titled (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $19.99
Released: 2010
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Sungrazer
Self Titled (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Classic, hazy, mirage-inducing, psychedelic Desert Rock, skillfully and professionally delivered with slamming drums, washy cymbals, heavy loping guitar riffs, groovy bass, and vocals that remind me at times of Alice in Chains and other times of Josh Homme, but with the added bonus of lots of smooth, well executed harmonies.


Sungrazer/The Machine: Split CD (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $15.99
Released: 2013
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Sungrazer/The Machine
Split CD (CD) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Both parties are big fuzzheads, relying on guitar power and this split is no different. Mostly complementing each other, there are a few characteristics though that separate The Machine and Sungrazer from being confounded. The former have a more direct approach to the songs, drenching the fuzz in feedback, with less to no effects brought to the mix. Taking a cue from Kyuss, The Machine's production is raw and the vocals are left in the background for a full effect of t...


Sungrazer/The Machine: Split LP (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $19.99
Released: 2013
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Sungrazer/The Machine
Split LP (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Both parties are big fuzzheads, relying on guitar power and this split is no different. Mostly complementing each other, there are a few characteristics though that separate The Machine and Sungrazer from being confounded. The former have a more direct approach to the songs, drenching the fuzz in feedback, with less to no effects brought to the mix. Taking a cue from Kyuss, The Machine's production is raw and the vocals are left in the background...


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