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Mount Carmel are a power trio from Columbus, Ohio, that remain true to the beauty of late-‘60s/early-‘70s hard rock. No gimmicks, no nonsense: just the humbling results of three musicians playing in a room with a love for what they do. Comparisons to Cream, Humble Pie, The James Gang, and Grand Funk Railroad are fair enough, if hardly accurate in the true spirit of what’s happening here. Unlike most newer bands that attempt this music and tend to exaggerate the trademarks (until the singer is over-shrieking, the drummer is over-pounding, and the bassist is pulling strings), Mount Carmel play without irony. Sure, they love to play hard and take their solos where they can. (“Bridge to Nowhere” is a minute-and-a-half instrumental jam.) But the songs—“No Pot to P*ss,” “Swallow Me Up”—are all well-composed, and nothing dares go past the five-minute mark.

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The 70's aren't over yet!!

What a wonderfully fresh retro sound. Fell in love seeing them open for Down. Buy their whole catalog now!


No doubt in my mind these dudes are going to make (it)...PURE Excellence


Amazing album, can't say enough about this band.


Formed: Columbus, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Columbus, Ohio's Mount Carmel pound out extensive, riff-heavy jams that draw substantially from the blues-based rock of Cream, Blue Cheer, and Black Sabbath. As a tight power trio with feet firmly rooted in the past, it seemed like a stretch when the bandmembers announced they would pair with a label built on the modern "shitgaze" phenomenon of slack lo-fi artists like Times New Viking and Psychedelic Horseshit. Yet Matthew Reed, Patrick Reed, and Kevin Skubak signed to Siltbreeze for the self-titled...
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues
  • Released: Mar 25, 2014

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