Blues For The Red Sun cd cover

Kyuss

Blues For The Red Sun

Kyuss is one of my favorite bands to come out of the 90's era. The big catch is that they're not alternative. Their sound is my hope for the next decade if metal doesn't regein. They have been called desert rock, doom, sludge, cosmic, or stoner rock. Very heavy. Very cool. Old Black Sabbath with a futuristic twist. Definitely worth checking out if you're open to new styles of rock.
--Heather Hudson

Average Rathole Visitor Rating9.5

Track Listing

  1. thumb
  2. green machine
  3. molten universe
  4. 50 million year trip (downside up)
  5. thong song
  6. apothecaries' weight
  7. caterpillar march
  8. freedom run
  9. 800
  10. writhe
  11. capsized
  12. allen's wrench
  13. mondo generator
  14. yeah

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: John Garcia
GUITAR: Josh Homme
BASS: Nick Oliveri
DRUMS: Brant Bjork

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Dali
PRODUCED BY: Chris Goss and Kyuss
RELEASE YEAR: 1992
“I don't forget too easily, you're the one who told me a lie. Now you know you're free to be anybody's lover but mine.”