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Halfway to Gone is here to bring you the rock — stoner rock, that is. High Five is chock-full of sleazy fuzzed-out rock & roll delivered with double bass-drum madness. The guitar is what propels the music, of course, but the rhythm is tight when it needs to be, and bluesy, loose, and slinked-out when the situation calls for it. One problem that occurs with the groove hit upon is that some of the slower tracks almost topple with the weight of their own sludge. For the most part, High Five is a pretty good problem, right for stoner rock devotees or anyone who digs their music, with enough fuzz to go around.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The New Jersey threesome Halfway to Gone southern fry some heavy stoner rock that just might lure the old Jersey Devil out of the pine barrens to whoop it up with the boys. The band formed in 2000 when bassist/vocalist and founding member of Solarized Lou Gorra got together with Lee Stuart, Solarized's touring guitarist, and drummer Chuck Dukehart of Sixty Watt Shaman. Halfway to Gone released a split album with Alabama Thunderpussy in 2001. The band followed that same year with their debut...
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