Bridge Farmers – Din of Celestial Birds


Origin: United States
Year: 2010
Genre: Blues|Psychodelic|Sludge|Stoner Rock
Label: Self Released
Buy: Here
Web: Myspace
Bridge Farmers play sludgy, psychedelic blues metal (that’s a mouthful I know) … imagine something like Muddy Waters sitting in with Mastodon?
“Din of Celestial Birds” is 6 songs of reverb-heavy Southern metal recorded at Frenchie Smith’s The Bubble studio.

Bridge Farmers came together when our heroes where first drawn to a distant light in the desert. They followed this light for days and then it stopped and hung in the air over a abandoned spaceship. Not knowing what to do, they looked up towards the light and then it lit up the sky and knocked our heroes into a state of slumber. When they awoke they began to play rock-n-roll and spread their love of music throughout the land…….and they hope to see you along this journey. ..

I’ll throw in my 2 cents and say that this band has a bit of a softer side but not to much. Don’t expect to much sludge, you get some but you get more psychedelic blues metal then anything. The 6 track EP, which can be streamed in its entirety over at Bandcamp, is pretty damn impressive and makes me wish I had the money to travel to Texas to catch these guys live. Stream it then buy it, it’s a keeper[The Soda Soup]. Recommended.

Tracklist:
1.Ummo   
2.Equus   
3.Acid Tongue   
4.Dancing Bones   
5.Juan Pettes   
6.Piercing the Valley

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