04:50 - The Maratha Also, black powerfully blending with genres of death, drone, psychedelic, doom, sludge and so on. More or less, this past 2 years there has been a trend of experimentation in metal altogether.
04:44 - The Maratha The problem is that Sludge creepingly blends into heavy, doom, black and death. Look at Roadburn for instance.
03:24 - Marcel Hubregtse SLudge is actually already dead since most bands in that genre are copying each other . Savannah SLudge is doing it and so are the others. If you hear mrore than 6 new sludge bands each months you will notice it.
02:29 - Apothecary Yeah you have a point, that "only old school is real, modern bands suck" mentality is still pretty strong among parts of the metal community though, unfortunately
02:23 - Karlabos but then again most death/thrash/sympho fans are more into older bands and don't follow the new stuff very closely... amongst the new metals arising i still feel sludge is pretty strong
02:17 - Apothecary I still think sludge is far from "the next big trend" lol, that's grossly over-exaggerating its appeal to the average metalhead. More people are into thrash, death, and symphonic type shit before sludge, at least in my area
John 5 and the Creatures / Black Grass Plague
John 5: guitar, mandolin, banjo
Ian Ross: bass
Rodger Carter: drums
Recorded live at the Doghouse Studio
Produced and Directed by: Jonny Coffin
Director of Photography and Editor: George Maria
Key Gaffer: Ryder Page
Camera and Dolly/Crane Operator: Khalil Tiner
Camera and Dolly/Crane Operator: Tyki Sato
"This music video is dedicated to the memory of Khalil Tiner who was tragically killed by a drunk driver shortly after we completed filming. He was an amazing filmmaker, friend and one of those rare people who could brighten any day with his smile. It was our honor to work with him on this and many other projects. Khalil you are missed and we are honored to have called you friend."
- George Maria, Tyki Sato & Ryder Page