Spirit Caravan are reactivated
2014-04-15 by Voivod STAFF | 16 Comments

Maryland stoner/doom metal outfit Spirit Caravan have recently reunited to headline the
Desertfest 2014 festivities in Berlin (April 24-26) and London. Other confirmed outfits for
the festivities are Gozu, Elder, Black Rainbows, Causa Sui, Prisma Circus, Huata and
Sardonis.

The current Spirit Caravan line up consists of guitarist/vocalist Scott Weinrich, bassist
Dave Sherman and drummer Gary Isom.

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Band Page: Spirit Caravan

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Mad.
April 15th 2014

3587 Comments


So wish I was going to this but I'm on holiday :/

Black Rainbows, Monkey3, Samsara, The Machine and Sasquatch are playing and I'm missing it!

Spirit Caravan are cool if a bit Sabbath-worshippy

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Dr7
April 15th 2014

95 Comments


So looking forward to this. Spirit Caravan, Kvelertak and Boris headlining in London. Fuck yes.

manosg
April 15th 2014

5746 Comments


Spirit Caravan is a great band. Jug Fulla Sun kills.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
April 15th 2014

5921 Comments


There's nothing wrong with worshipping Black Sabbath, methinks.

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NodScene23
April 15th 2014

264 Comments


Great band. Weinrich is a veteran riff maker.

Wadlez
April 15th 2014

3824 Comments


Reactive the machine!

RunOfTheMill
April 15th 2014

1428 Comments


They're going to Hellfest too

Mad.
April 15th 2014

3587 Comments


Problem with Sabbath worship is that it can get repetitive and just bland. Not to say Spirit Caravan are though

qiblas
April 15th 2014

378 Comments


Hail Spirit Caravan! Rock our ears off!

SteelErectedb4you8er
April 15th 2014

2613 Comments


We played with them at SXSW, they sounded fantastic!

qiblas
April 15th 2014

378 Comments


Of course they did steelerected. It's Spirit Caravan.
They definitely don't sound like crap

xfearbefore
April 15th 2014

1245 Comments


I literally just saw them play last night in Providence, Rhode Island. They did a show with two local
bands of friends of mine. It was pretty dope, even if they did kind of act like total assholes to the
sound guy, who was doing a totally fine thankless job and they basically just sat there and talked
shit about him between each song.

Humorously enough the venue practically emptied out when they played. Seemed like 90% of people were
there to see the first two bands.

Musically they were pretty decent though, especially Wino.

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sonictheplumber
April 16th 2014

4275 Comments


old news bros, i saw the caravan over a month ago

and not to nitpick but isom got kicked out and henry vasquez current vitus drummer is in now



Mad.
April 16th 2014

3587 Comments


@fearbefore I guess that's just karma

Do we think they're gonna make any new material?



sonictheplumber
April 16th 2014

4275 Comments


and xfearbefore yeah spirit caravan didnt draw much of a crowd in atlanta either. probably 25 people there, and there were like 35-40 people there when i saw vitus in 2012 (3/4 of the crowd left after fucking weedeater, can you believe those brainless stoner idiots in atlanta?)

sonictheplumber
April 16th 2014

4275 Comments


and they said theyre workin on new stuff but wino bands only last a fuckin year so we'll see what happens



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