Posts tagged "kylesa"

Psych-Metal Masters Kylesa Launch Retro Futurist Records

Savannah, Georgia psych-metal heroes Kylesa are launching their very own label. Dubbed Retro Futurist Records, the vinyl-friendly imprint will drop its inaugural release on January…
Chris Martins / December 12, 2013

Watch Kylesa Warp Reality in Animated ‘Low Tide’ Video

Kylesa obliterated an entire city in their animated video for “Unspoken,” and now the Savannah, Georgia-based metal crew has set its sights on the stars.
Kyle McGovern / November 15, 2013

See Kylesa Shred as the Earth Burns in ‘Unspoken’ Video

We’ve seen Kylesa blow apart a Texas living room with a three-song live set, and now we can watch the Savannah psych-metal unit destroy an entire city.
Kyle McGovern / June 17, 2013

Watch Kylesa Blow Up a Texas Living Room With Three-Song Set

There’s not a whole lot going on in Denton, Texas, but today we’re grateful for this one living room they’ve got there. Recently, Georgian sludge-metal…
Colin Stutz / June 13, 2013

Kylesa, ‘Ultraviolet’ (Season of Mist)

Lately, droves of metal bands seem to be letting go of metal a little, while somehow still getting heavier. Torche, who began life as sludge-metal…
Kory Grow / May 30, 2013

Hear Kylesa Channel Smashing Pumpkins on Charred Dreamdoom Swirl ‘Quicksand’

Double-drummin’ doomsday device Kylesa is finally dropping the follow-up to 2010’s critically acclaimed Spiral Shadow. As we reported, sixth album Ultraviolet is due on May…
SPIN Staff / March 25, 2013

Hear Kylesa’s Dooming Riff-Ripping Return ‘Unspoken’

Savanah psych-metal quintet Kylesa not only gave us a tour of their Georgian stomping grounds back in 2009, they slayed us a year later with…
Chris Martins / February 28, 2013

Kylesa, ‘Spiral Shadow’ (Season of Mist)

These crusty Southern punks outed themselves as prog rockers in 2008 with a brilliant cover of Pink Floyd's "Set the Controls for the Heart of…
Joe Gross / October 14, 2010

Metal in the Garden of Good and Evil

A winding dirt road weaves through thickets of oak trees covered in Spanish moss, past a rhubarb patch, a chicken coop, and several wire pe…
David Peisner / November 11, 2009