THE ELECTRIC MUD: Cover Version Of Corrosion Of Conformity’s “Albatross” Now Playing At The Obelisk As Black Wool EP Nears Release

Florida-based stoner/retro rock unit THE ELECTRIC MUD today issues their rendition of Corrosion Of Conformity’s “Albatross.” Now playing courtesy of The Obelisk, the cover appears on the band’s upcoming Black Wool EP set for release September 25th. Captured at Farmadelica Read More …

THE ELECTRIC MUD: Florida Stoner/Retro Rock Unit To Release Black Wool EP September 25th, New Track Streaming + Tour Dates Announced

Florida-based stoner/retro rock unit THE ELECTRIC MUD returned to the studio earlier this year to record their brand new EP, Black Wool, now completed and confirmed for release on September 25th. Captured at Farmadelica Sound in Bokeelia, Florida with tracking, Read More …

THE ELECTRIC MUD: New Noise Magazine Premieres Burn The Ships Full-Length; Record To See Release Friday Via Small Stone + Live Stream Release Party Confirmed

New Noise Magazine is currently streaming Burn The Ships, the latest full-length from Florida-based stoner/retro rock unit THE ELECTRIC MUD, in its entirety. The premiere comes on the eve of the record’s official release via Small Stone Records. THE ELECTRIC Read More …

THE ELECTRIC MUD: The Obelisk Debuts “A Greater Evil” Lyric Video From Florida Stoner Rock Troupe; Burn The Ships Full-Length To See Release Later This Month Via Small Stone

Florida-based stoner/retro rock unit THE ELECTRIC MUD is pleased to unveil their official lyric video for “A Greater Evil.” Now playing at The Obelisk, the track comes by way of the band’s Burn The Ships full-length, set to drop September Read More …

THE ELECTRIC MUD: Florida Stoner Rock Unit To Release Burn The Ships Full-Length Via Small Stone September 25th; New Video Now Playing + Preorders Available

Florida-based stoner/retro rock unit THE ELECTRIC MUD will release their Burn The Ships full-length September 25th via Small Stone Records. Crawling from the humid, mangrove-choked banks of the Caloosahatche river, THE ELECTRIC MUD drifted from late night jam sessions, backyard Read More …