Entries in greywoods (2)

Wednesday
Jul012015

Greywoods Debut CD - Infinite Nothing - Out NOW!


"I’ve waited so long for this. For the past year and change, the only Greywoods I’ve had to listen to was a live YouTube video and one stellar but solitary single of gnarled, blackened nu-gaze. Infinite Nothing changes all that. The Greywoods debut is now out via Meltface Records — the weirdos who brought you Hellbender, Ascent of Everest and Evil Bebos — and fuckin’ A is it righteous. Unremitting intensity, CinemaScope-size beauty and a very Southern sense of tension and release make for an album that is ambitious, artful and intimidating as fuck. Infinite Nothing is 35 minutes of blistering atmospherics setting fire to full kegs of pyrotechnic percussion — and a overdue addition to Nashville’s metal pantheon."

- SEAN L. MALONEY (Nashville Scene)

couldn't have said it better ourselves, so what are you waiting for...

LISTEN TO THIS AMAZING TRACK!

NOW GO BUY THIS RECORD ------> over here!!!

the cd is an amazing trifold digipac with artwork by Devin Lamp containing all the runes and sigils necessary for eternal glory and the destruction of all your enemies. has an insert containing all the lyrics for your to learn and sing as well as credits for all the guilty parties for you to prosecute or hire!

The best decision you've ever made in life is buying this record

Who is greywoods? duh, i can remember their bio by heart it goes like this:

Greywoods is a dark and furious metal band from Nashville, TN, that captures the tormented lamentation of black metal, the crushing weight of doom metal, and the down and out melancholy spirit of early shoegaze and post rock. Formed in early 2014,  Greywoods features Corey Taylor and Chris Click (members of the Ascent of Everest and Evil Bebos), Derek Martin (Argentinum Astrum), and Sra Waldron (I Am The Tower). Greywoods Debut LP, recorded and mastered by Mikey Allred in late winter 2014, will be released through Meltface Music Faction June, 1 2015. They have also recently recorded a split 7” w/ Sheep Shifter, to be released in Summer 2015.

LIVE IN NASHVILLE? GO BUY A CD IN PERSON AT ONE OF THESE UPCOMING SHOWS!!!

july 14 @ cafe coco w/ gatecreeper, mother adam, metal collapse

august 14-15 @ Tennessean Sludge Fest MMXV

check them out on facebook

Saturday
Feb142015

Greywoods Debut Single is the Perfect Song to Ruin your Valentine's Day.

 

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Greywoods will be releasing the first single from their forth-coming debut LP. “Never Again” is a blistering, angry song filled with relentless aggression and some serious spite as it explores the messy ends to relationships and all of the feelings that can accompany them. The band’s first official release is a nearly seven minute long track that covers a multitude of musical feelings. From blackened grind sections to soaring spacey leads, the song culminates with a three minute relentless doom drone  augmented by a growling, screeching chorus of vocal hatred from vocalists Corey Taylor and Chris Click. You can catch them in action February 28th at Exit/In opening for Look What I Did's LP release party w/ Laser Flames, Sheep Shifter, and the Dead Deads.

Greywoods is a dark and furious metal band from Nashville, TN, that captures the tormented lamentation of black metal, the crushing weight of doom metal, and the down and out melancholy spirit of early shoegaze and post rock. Formed in early 2014,  Greywoods features Corey Taylor and Chris Click (members of the Ascent of Everest and Evil Bebos), Derek Martin (Argentinum Astrum), and Sra Waldron (I Am The Tower). Greywoods Debut LP, recorded and mastered by Mikey Allred in late winter 2014, will be released through Meltface Music Faction in the Spring of 2015. They have also recently recorded a split 7” w/ Sheep Shifter, to be released in Summer 2015.

 

Upcoming Shows:

Saturday, Feb 28th

Exit/In: W/ Look What I Did, Laser Flames, Sheep Shifter and the Dead Deads.


Saturday, April 4th

Springwater: W/ Black Tar Prophet, Act of Impalement and Young Wolves


photo credit: diana zadlo