Valley of the Sun expands its Hard Rock palette on forthcoming LP release
0 Comments · Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Cincinnati's Valley of the Sun takes Hard Rock to another level. In their psychedelic practice space, the local retro-Rock three-piece is busy writing its first full-length, Electric Talons of the Thunderhawk. Rest assured, the new jams are just as heavy, groovy and infectious as the group’s previous material. But it's also more.
by Mike Breen
Dynamic local Metal crews set to celebrate new releases Saturday
Saturday at Downtown club Mainstay, progressive Doom/Drone Metal act Grey Host will celebrate the release of its latest, Dawn for Vultures.
You can pre-order the six-track release (as a CD, download or with a
T-shirt) at greyhost.bandcamp.com and get an automatic download of
lead-off track, “Noble Beast.” The band will also have copies of the
release available at Mainstay.
Grey Host is joined Saturday by Ohio Knife and Valley of the Sun, which
is also working towards a new release. The 9 p.m. show is free.
(facebook.com/greyhost)Here's "Noble Beast":Saturday at Covington’s Madison
Theater, local Death/Hardcore/Thrash Metal crew Gabriel’s Hounds host a
release party for their latest effort, The Struggle Between … EP.
Joining the group for the 8 p.m., all-ages show: Dark Region,
Holesinger, Serpentarius, Souls for the Taking, It’s Either Me or the
Mailman and In Ashes. Admission is $8. You can sample the new album’s
title track right now at reverbnation.com/gabrielshoundsofficial or here:Sell music on Amazon at ReverbNation.com
0 Comments · Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Heavy, progressive Hard Rock trio Valley of the Sun celebrates the birth of its new EP, The Sayings of the Seers, at the Southgate House’s Parlour room this Thursday. Cincy Art/Prog/Metal ensemble Atlantic Becoming and Columbus’ heavies Lo-Pan open the 9 p.m. show.
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Cincinnati Hip Hop cleaned up at the fifth annual Ohio Hip Hop Awards Sept. 18 in Cleveland, taking home many trophies in some of the event’s biggest categories. Local crew Beat Gang won “Best Group” and “Best Single” for its track “Mr. Miyagi” (the group’s B. Luck also won “Best Graphic Designer”).