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Album Review

ASG mix the best qualities of Kyuss and Queens of the Stone Age: the former's bluesy heft and the latter's pop focus. On their fourth full-length, Win Us Over, they hone this combination almost to perfection. While not purely metal — the band isn't afraid to rock — the riffs are stronger and catchier than the vast majority of stoner metal. That's because ASG write songs, not genre exercises. "Dream Song" soars on anthemic choruses; "Right Death Before" spits fiery harmonics and rumbling bass. The band unfurls huge, hip-swinging grooves in the aptly named "Low End Insight" and "Dull Blade." In the latter, tartly bent guitar harmonies evoke Metallica's "Orion." Even straightforward rockers like "Ballad of Richard K." push and pull with carnal verve. ASG also drop their guard ably; "A Number to Murder Two" suggests Simon & Garfunkel by way of Black Sabbath's hippie side, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers only wish they had a ballad as gorgeous as "Coffee Depression Sunshine." "Bombs Away" tugs at the heart strings with doomy weight, and nicely sums up this record. It's heavy, hummable, and as electric as its artwork.

Customer Reviews


If you havnt seen these guys, you need to check them out. Putting wrightsville beach on the map. If you like kyuss,old QOTSA, the sword, torche. Ive seen them live many times, and they kill it.

Win Us Over

I first heard ASG on Pandora when "Bombs Away" played on one of my stations. It's a mere 2:15 in length, but I was enamored. I previewed all of the tracks and I was easily convinced to purchase the whole album.

I've listened to the album in its entirety at least a dozen times in the last two weeks. "Ballad of Richard K." and "Gallop Song" stand out as my favorites along with "Bombs Away."

This is the first time I've bothered to post anything about a purchase I made on iTunes. I highly recommend the album to fans of stoner rock/hard rock.

Skate 2

Is oddly enough when I first heard them. Dream Song was on the track list and that alone won me over. I'm not sure why good bands like this go unnoticed and Foster the idiots are huge.


Formed: 2001 in Wilmington, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of Wilmington, North Carolina, hard-hitting Southern rockers ASG formed in 2001 around the talents of Jason Shi (vocals, guitar), Andy Ellis (bass), Scott Key (drums), and Jonah Citty (guitar). The quartet, who employ a muscular blend of punk, southern rock, and alt/stoner metal that has drawn comparisons to artist like Queens of the Stone Age, Torche, and Tool, self-released their eponymous debut/demo in 2002 before inking a deal with Volcom Entertainment and issuing their official debut,...
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