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Album Review

Cincinnati's Buffalo Killers are an intriguing band. They sound like everyone at once, from the Rolling Stones, Black Crowes, and Mountain to White Album-era Beatles by turns, with tons of tasty electric guitars and three-part harmonies galore. Ohio Grass is a case in point. Originally released on green vinyl as a six-song EP in the spring of 2013 and then expanded with an additional studio track and three live tracks for release on black vinyl and CD at the end of the summer, it shows a band whose members seem to be able to do anything they choose. It's tempting to call them a power trio, and they are, a bit like Cream or the James Gang sometimes, but they're also capable of a Beatlesque power pop sound, too, and track after track here surprises, each sounding somehow old and familiar while also sounding fresh and new. The opener, "Baptized," sounds like Alice in Chains channeling Black Sabbath, while "Nothing Can Bring Me Down" sounds like a great lost Big Star track, and the original EP's closer, "Some Other Kind," actually sounds like a Beatles White Album outtake. The bonus studio cut, "Good Feeling," is pure power pop, and everything here has a wonderfully loose crunch to it, rough and ragged and yet tight as a drum, too. This is a band to watch.

Customer Reviews

Get it, Dig it!!!

One of the most underated bands out there.
Another slamin record.
Grow your own, Rippin.
Keep it rollin Brothers of the Buffalo!


You can Google these guys and read all the glowing reviews. Believe them all. Catch them live if you can. Great shows. Great music. But this album. It won't disappoint you.

A fantastic album for 2007

I dig this band- melodic, dirty with sprinkles of heavy blues and psychedelia. They sound almost the precursor to the Dark Angels. If the Black Keys had never gotten their dues, they would have been the runner-ups to the stomp swagger of the White Stripes.


Formed: 2006 in Cincinnati, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mixing up hard rock, loose-limbed boogie, psychedelia, and early heavy metal into a sound that ambles and pummels at once, Cincinnati's Buffalo Killers aren't so much a stoner rock band as a band that makes rock that's ideal for stoners. Buffalo Killers were founded in early 2006, shortly after guitarist Andrew Gabbard and his brother, bassist Zachary Gabbard, decided to break up their previous band, the powerful Stones-influenced garage rock act Thee Shams. Only a few months after Thee Shams called...
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