Sunday, May 6, 2012

...dutch darkness...


Desolate,Doom, Noise, Psychedelic, Hardcore, Rock Pussies, Misantrophic, Quintet, Brick Wall Of Sound, Arnhem, Nijmegen, Weird-Bearded, Riff-Oriented, Dutch, Booty-Shaking, UFO-Sound-Scaping, Cockballs, Rust Covered Wreckage Of One Long Lost Steamer Boat Since 2010.
Geiser is a heavy psychedelic rock quintet hailing from The City Region of Arnhem-Nijmegen in the Netherlands.

Geiser is not suited for the faint-hearted; Big contrasts in both volume and pace, devastating riffs, trashing drums, vocals drenched in stomp-box effects and an intense liveshow keep audiences on edge.Combining elements of doom, noise, sludge, stoner, postrock and -metal this five-piece has lovingly labeled their style of music 'post-cock-noise'.

Without even a proper demo recording, Geiser has managed to be seen live on stage since early 2010 and quickly built up local renounce. Highlight so far has been a support slot for A Place To Bury Strangers in Nijmegen “Rock-City”s legendary club “Doornroosje”. Yet numerous other sweaty shows in smaller venues testify to what Geiser does best; building steam in the darker crevices of the underground.Bipolar, Geiser’s “5 songs in half an hour of heaviness” debut-EP, will be available as both digipack and vinyl at live shows since 2012. With this first release, Geiser will start working on expanding its territory; looking very much forward to playing shows and spreading “Bipolar” outside its home country’s boundaries.

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"This dutch guys rock the juice out of your ears...fat groovy riffs...downtuned and deep...
creepy and noisy voice from Kars Penninx. Really good sound and very varied songwriting...there are heavy parts which are strongly reminiscent of Danzig, Crowbar...Post/Psych Parts like Pelican, Russian Circles or the greek Last Rizla.
Hear the feelings in the voice on "Weightless", the groove and the sickness on "Paragon".
In all a very successful album from GEISER...'m just waiting for new material"

8 from 10 Stonerpoints

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