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After Eddie Glass parted ways with stoner-rockers Fu Manchu, he formed the more experimental Nebula as frontman and guitarist. The trio released its debut, Let It Burn, on Tee Pee Records in 1998 before jumping to Sub Pop. Nebula returned to Tee Pee in 2009 for this outstanding homecoming album. As its title promises, Heavy Psych is both heavy and psychedelic. It starts with “Pulse,” a four-minute sonic voyage of phased, distorted acid rock with some of the headiest leads to ever fly from Glass’ fingers. In “The Dagger,” he spits out a more punk-edged attitude. This is cleverly balanced against more astral jamming, where his fuzz-driven leads dance chaotically over a rhythm section that plays with the airtight grooves of early Grand Funk Railroad. While many of Nebula’s contemporaries are content to plug into any old stack of speakers and turn things up, Glass pays special attention to different guitar tones and amplifier voicings. Check out “Aphrodite,” which owes much to Spooky Tooth’s “Evil Woman”; Glass’ guitar finds a winsome intonation somewhere between Jimi Hendrix and Black Sabbath. 

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They haven't Changed

Sounds like the old Nebula. Classic. check out Atomic Ritual if you haven't either

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Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Guitarist Eddie Glass and drummer Ruben Romano formed Nebula in 1997 after breaking away from desert rock pioneers Fu Manchu, eventually recruiting bassist Mark Abshire. This power trio specializes in feedback-drenched heavy rock, incorporating liberal doses of Black Sabbath riffery, psychedelia, and space rock. The band released a number of EPs before moving onto full-length albums like 1999's...
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