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Earth

http://earthsl.bandcamp.co.

Earth's drone-heavy experimentation is largely the result of its one lasting member, guitarist Dylan Carlson. The band was originally formed in 1990 in Olympia, Washington by Carlson, Slim Moon (who later founded the Kill Rock Stars label), and Greg Babior. Moon and Babior left soon after and were replaced by Joe Preston. Earth played a few live shows and then recorded some material with Mike Lastra. After opening for L7 in Seattle, the group was approached by Sub Pop Records, whichreleased the recordings in 1991 as Extra-Capsular Extraction. The foll ...read more

http://earthsl.bandcamp.co.

Earth's drone-heavy experimentation is largely the result of its one lasting member, guitarist Dylan Carlson. The band was originally formed in 1990 in Olympia, Washington by Carlson, Slim Moon (who later founded the Kill Rock Stars label), and Greg Babior. Moon and Babior left soon after and were replaced by Joe Preston. Earth played a few live shows and then recorded some material with Mike Lastra. After opening for L7 in Seattle, the group was approached by Sub Pop Records, whichreleased the recordings in 1991 as Extra-Capsular Extraction. The following year, Carlson and Preston recorded Earth 2 with producer Stewert Hallerman, but Preston left soon after the album's release.

Sub Pop was unhappy with Earth's lackadaisical recording tendencies, and the label pulled the plug on 1993 sessions for the third album. Recording resumed the following year with producer Ian Dickson (who would become a permanent member justone year later), engineer Scott Benson, and drummer Rick Cambern. Phase 3 was finally released in April 1995. A live album taken from a Blast First label concert was released the same year as Sunn Amps and Smashed Guitars. Sub Pop surprising lyre-signed Earth for three more albums early in 1996, and Carlson recorded a new album, Pentastar: In the Style of Demons.The album showed a more stabilized band, with the addition of guitarist Shawn McElligot and drummer Mike McDaniels. After a small series of live performances following the release, Earth quietly disbanded with virtually no public acknowledgment of the split. A live album appeared in 2000, followed the next year by a series of demos (one which includes another vocal from the deceased Kurt Cobain) issued with a CD version of the Sunn Amps EP. An Earth video titled A Bureaucratic Desire for Revenge was also available from Sub Pop.

Earth returned in 2002 for a series of live shows in the U.S. and Europe, this time as a two-piece with Carlson and drummer Adrienne Davies. That lineup was featured on 2005's Living in the Gleam of an Unsheathed Sword. The album was recorded live, with its title cut lasting nearly an hour. Earth returned that September with the more ambitious Hex: Or Printing in the Infernal Method, which suggested the sound of a drone metal band covering Giant Sand or Scenic. Hibernaculum was released in 2008, which offered four long songs, three of which originally appeared on earlier recordings but were performed on this set via the new Earth sonic aesthetic. It also contained a DVD featuring concert and interview footage from the Hex tour. The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull appeared in 2009, and took the latter-day Earth sound into even more hauntingly abstract and cinematic directions.

In 2010, Southern Lord released A Bureaucratic Desire for Extra-Capsular Extraction, a remastered compilation containing the complete 1990 Smegma Studios sessions -- their earliest recordings -- that were previously only available separately on Extra-Capsular Extraction and Sunn Amps and Smashed Guitars. Carlson resumed the experiments he began back on Hex: Or Printing in the Infernal Method with the first part of a projected trilogy entitled Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light, Vol. 1. Itwas also issued by Southern Lord in early 2011. Somewhat different in approach, Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light, Vol. 2was issued by Southern Lord in early 2012. « hide

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LPs
Primitive and Deadly
2014

3.8
121 Votes
Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light II
02/14/2012

3.6
165 Votes
Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light I
2011

3.7
244 Votes
The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull
2008

3.9
323 Votes
Hex: Or Printing In the Infernal Method
2005

3.9
191 Votes
Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons
1996

3.6
122 Votes
Phase 3: Thrones and Dominions
1995

3.6
95 Votes
Earth 2
1993

4.1
291 Votes
EPs
Hibernaculum
2007

3.9
50 Votes
Extra-Capsular Extraction
1991

3.7
31 Votes
Live Albums
Radio Earth
2008

Live Europe 2006
2007

Live Hex; in a Large City on the North American Co
2006

Living In The Gleam Of An Unsheathed Sword
2005

3.5
3 Votes
070796LIVE
2001

4
1 Votes
Sunn Amps and Smashed Guitars Live
1995

3.4
19 Votes
Compilations
A Bureaucratic Desire For ExtraCapsular Extraction
2010

4.1
24 Votes
Legacy of Dissolution
2005

4
4 Votes
10 1990
2000

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