Sleestak - Book Of Hours (doom/stoner/psych/heavy)
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Added: 902 days ago by PlanetDelirium
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"A SIX TRACK SIDESTEP FROM SLEESTAK'S PROGRESSIVE STYLE OF DOOM METAL INTO THE REALM OF 60'S AND 70'S INFLUENCED HEAVY ROCK, REMINISCIENT OF EARLY SABBATH AND THE DOORS WHILE AT THE SAME TIME GIVING A NOD TO CONTEMPORARY BANDS SUCH AS CATHEDRAL, SLEEP, CLUTCH, AND ELECTRIC WIZARD."
Guitar/Vocals - Matt Schmitz
Drums - Marcus Bartell
Bass - Dan Bell
Formed in the latter part of 2003, Sleestak started as a heavy rock band intent on delivering riffs in the vein of Clutch, Black Sabbath, and C.O.C. From the early days in the basement, with the many hours of open, free-for-all jamming, the band slowly gained their own identity and expanded their cumulative influences above and beyond the hard rock heroes they set out to emulate. More extreme and underground groups such as Isis, Sleep, Electric Wizard, Yob, Neurosis, and Esoteric were finding their way into the speakers and headphones of the band. Also, at once having an appreciation for that slower, sludge-filled pit that is Doom Metal, the band were drawn into the hypnotic voids of psychedelia created by the likes of Pink Floyd, The Doors, Dead Meadow, and Hawkwind. These elements have earned them the opportunity to share the stage and perform with the likes of Yob, Acid King, Black Cobra, Clutch, Totimoshi, High On Fire, and many, many more.
While many genre labels have been lain upon Sleestak, the one that the band embraces the most is progressive doom. This seems fitting as the group continually strives to push their creative limits, be forward in thinking, and ignoring current trends even within their own chosen genre. This became evident with the 2011 release of The Fall Of Altrusia. An epic concept album, Sleestak here were found to embrace and combine all aspects of their beloved influences and became a turning point for the band, now gaining praise and critical acclaim, letting them be seen and heard amidst the smoke-choked sea of their peers.
What the future brings is still a psychedelic vision shrouded in mist, unclear in its scope or purpose, but the path has been found and the journey has begun.