Tears of Aske
Tears of Aske
Later recordings such as “I Will Remain” and “Multi Story Mother Fucker” showcased a sludge/stoner style of metal which was even more well received and lead to trips to the Brighton Engine room and the main stage at Stokes Godless fest 4. Tears of Aske’ latest recording “Vulva” that aired at the bands headlining slot at The Underworld shows the bands natural progression into new ways of playing all that is heavy with this glimpse into the mind of Ed Gein. 2005 has seen Tears of Aske write some of there best songs yet and with the band poised to enter the studio again, the stage is set for Tears of Aske to finally make their mark on the world. Press Kill Your Management volume 5 album “I thought TEARS OF ASKE were going to be a black or death metal band with a name like that, but they have hints of an oddly squarked sludge vocal in the vein of Cavity or Grief mixed with nu metal thrashings and parts that reminde me of the mighty Gutworm, featuring a very cool groove section.” Paul - Raw Nerve Promotions Demo..2 “Fucking wicked”- Ben Crudgington - Terrorizer magazine Headline slot ,The Underworld 29/01/05 “The name TEARS OF ASKE suggested black metal to but the headliners actually produce a fearsome noise that is part sludge and part metalcore.
It’s a mixture of in your face aggression and some huge bastard groovy riffs.” Chris Kee -Zero Tolerance magazine Fear Candy 18 CD, unsigned edition “TEARS OF ASKE could be the nasty, inbred, trailer park-dwelling cousins of Black Label Society. Multi Story Mother Fucker is a blues-fused rollicking metal ride through deepest deliverance country.” Ben Crudgington -Terrorizer magazine Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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