Congrats everybody for making it out alive to Friday again.

Mad Season - Lifeless dead:

From the comments: "It's just Rage Against the Machine with the Soundgarden singer." My response: "So?"

Audioslave debut in NYC:

I'm obsessed with this Italian song from the 80s.
Her voice is amazing, from another world really. And the song is super catchy 80s style. I also really like the lyrics which are quite expressionist-ish in a way.

Matia Bazar - Ti sento (I feel you) 1986

Hey Mastodon! It's my birthday. No big deal.

Mood of the day (Blue Oyster Cult - Don't Fear the Reaper):

Signal chain:

TU-2 Boss Tuner --> Proco RAT Distortion --> T-REX Moller Over Drive/Boost --> DOD Carcosa Fuzz --> MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Delay --> Fender Tre-Verb Reverb and Tremolo

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Good morning folks.

I've been building my new pedalboard recently. So far so good. Can't wait to put it in use!

What can I say? If you, like me, have missed this album in 2017 do yourself a favor and go listen to it at full volume right now (Sasquatch - "Maneuvers"):

OK! So I've added a bunch of Stoner/Heavy Psych albums' recommendations on my playlist this morning. I gotta keep up with the younger generations, I guess.
Anyway my fav so far is def Geezer EP "Spiral Fires" which is devastatingly awesome:

I've just posted on my blog a calendar to keep track of jam sessions in . Any suggestion will be MUCH appreciated.

Working while listening to the latest Sunn O))) album. My software crashed. Coincidence? I don't think so...

I've got a fuzz pedal today. DOD Carcosa to be precise. It's my first ever fuzz effect for guitar. It took all this time to finally realise that the awesome walls of sound I used to love when I was a teenager were generated by fuzz pedals. Think Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Dinosaur Jr. I mean, I knew what a fuzz was but I didn't know how much it was defining the sounds I was hearing. A lot actually.

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