Earth



Rank:
710
103 fans
Country: USA
Label: Southern Lord Recordings

Links: Official website
Earth
Facebook
show more

Formed in: 1990
Broke up: 1997-2003

1990-2005 Drone doom metal
2005- Psychedelic rock
Bandcamp music player

Line-up

1990-1997  Dylan Carlson - guitars
› 2003-  -//-
2003-  Adrienne Davies - drums
View timeline ››
1990  Greg Babior - vocals
1990-1991  Slim Moon - guitars, vocals
1991-1992  Joe Preston - bass, percussions
1991-1993  Dave Harwell - bass
1995-1997  Ian Dickson (I) - bass, guitars
1996-1997  Michael Deming - organ
1996-1997  Sean McElligot - guitars
1996-1997  Michael McDaniel - drums
2009-2012  Lori Goldston - cello
2009-2013  Karl Blau - bass
2014  Bill Herzog - bass
View timeline ››
2005  Dan Tyack - lap, pedal steel
2005  John Schuller - bass
2005  Steve Moore - trombone, tubular bells
› 2007  -//- trombone, piano, organ, mellotron
› 2008  -//- piano
2007  Randall Dunn - low drone
› 2014  -//- synthesizer
2006  Steve Moore - trombone, piano
› 2008  -//-
2006  Greg Anderson - synthesizer
2006  Don McGreevy - bass
› 2008  -//-
› 2014-  -//-
2006  Jonas Haskins - bass
2008  Trey Spruance - guitars, sitar
2009-2013  Angelina Baldoz - bass
2014-  Bill Herzog - bass
2019-  Brett Netson - guitars
1990  Kurt Cobain - vocals
› 1991  -//-
1991  Kelly Canary - vocals
1993  Joe Burns - percussion
1995  Tommy Hansen - guitars
1995  Rick Cambern - drums
2007  Don McGreevy - bass
› 2008  -//- bass, contrabass
2007  Greg Anderson - bass
2008  Bill Frisell - guitars
2008  Milky Burgess - guitars
2014  Jodie Cox - guitars
2014  Brett Netson - guitars
2014  Mark William Lanegan - vocals
2014  Rabia Shaheen Qazi - vocals

Latest reviews

"The earth has music for those who listen." Perhaps George Santayana wasn't actually referring to Earth in his quote, but in his defense, he wasn't alive to hear it.   Review by RaduP ››
Earth require little introduction for fans of drone. Their debut album has become so legendary in the scene that even Stephen O'Malley (a legend in his own right) was inspired to start a project named after one of its tracks. However, the band demonstrated soon after that they were never content to sit in this one style, and have been consistently reinventing themselves ever since. 2014's Primitive And Deadly only continues this trend, further proving that Earth aren't running out of the tricks in their hat anytime soon.   Review by Apothecary ››

Bandcamp player

[ Hide player | Popup window ]

Soundcloud player

[ Hide player ]

Forum topics