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Album Review

This split release contains three tracks each from a pair of stoner/doom hard rockers: ironically named newcomers Greatdayforup and relative scene veterans Solace. Up first, Greatdayforup make the best of their shot with a trio of excellent offerings characterized by varying tempos, tight guitar interplay, punchy production, and both clean-sung vocals and agonized shrieks. All of the songs have numerous strong suits and closer "Soul of a Motherf**ker" in particular, leaves one anxious for their next recordings. As for Solace, Tommy Southard and Co. have very little prove, and clearly take this opportunity to have a little laid-back fun, book-ending a pile-driving original ("Cement Stitches") with two compelling cover versions: the first being early-'70s prog rockers Rare Bird's "Hammerhead," and the second, a timeless Link Wray instrumental, "Rumble."


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Hailing from Albany, NY, stoner/doom outfit Greatdayforup took their name from a Dr. Seuss book and first formed in 1999 — initially with a sound comparable to minimalist alt-rockers Helmet, due to founding guitarist Mike Vitali's brief involvement with Helmet offshoot Handsome. A gradual shift in style occurred over the course of regular touring and several independent releases, including 2004's God Loves a Sinner EP and 2005's split EP with Jersey stoners Solace,...
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