FUZZ EVIL Releases B-Side Track From Recording Sessions Of Debut LP Through The Obelisk

The Obelisk has premiered an exclusive B-side track from desert doomsters, FUZZ EVIL, as the band continues to construct their debut LP.

Now in their second year together, the FUZZ EVIL trio has completed the recording of their as-yet-untitled maiden album deep in the gritty Tombstone area of their homeland in Southern Arizona, which will see release early next year. While little else on the album is currently available, the band has offered up an early listen from the recording sessions through a giveaway of “Born Of Iron.” While the track will not be featured on the upcoming LP, it gives fans and newcomers alike a dose of the material the band has been creating.

Alongside inside info on the album and exclusive commentary from the band, “Born Of Iron” is now streaming at The Obelisk RIGHT HERE, and is downloadable via the band HERE.

/The currently untitled FUZZ EVIL full length will be released by Battleground Records in early 2016 on 180-gram colored vinyl and digital platform. Stand by for additional details to come over the remainder of the year. The band’s split 7″ with Chiefs is currently available HERE.

With additional tour dates to be announced through the months ahead, FUZZ EVIL has been confirmed to perform at Southwest Terror Fest Vol. 4, performing the closing evening’s show on Sunday, October 18th alongside Acid King, Demon Lung, Night Demon and Ice Sword.

10/18/2015 Club Congress – Tucson, AZ @ Southwest Terror Fest w/ Acid King, Demon Lung, Night Demon, Ice Sword [info]

Comprised of brothers Wayne and Joey Rudell on vocals/guitar and vocals/bass, respectively, and drummer Marlin Tuttle, FUZZ EVIL delivers solid, groove-laden, heavy psych rock, with big-ass rock jams fans of Grand Funk Railroad, Jimi Hendrix and Steppenwolf will dig, as well as the prime riff/stoner rock contingent devout to the works of Goatsnake, Queens of The Stone Age, Clutch, and the Rudell brothers’ other outfit, Powered Wig Machine. Following their debut split with Chiefs via Battleground Records, the band founded the Borderland Fuzz Fiesta in their home state, and has played live and toured throughout the Southwest extensively.