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Review: Steel Trees – Revolution (Single)

Sludge doom grunge punk stoner rock type stuff from Sheffield’s own Steel Trees

Steel TreesBand: Steel Trees
Release: Revolution (Single)
Release Date: Out Now

Sheffield based doom-sludge grunge-punk stoner rock (yes, there is a lot of sub-genres to comprehend) trio Steel Trees have just released ‘Revolution‘, which is the first single to come off of their debut album ‘Attack Of The Stoner Killer Zombie Kids‘.

This is a raw, gruff and scuzzy as hell track with some gritty production which really does compliment the particular style that the band are playing, which is very reminiscent of bands such as Red Fang, Dinosaur Pile Up, Mudhoney, and Old Man Gloom. Additionally, a very catchy and whiskey soaked 3 minutes of pure, raw and unhinged scuzz. This is an exciting prospect of things to come. Keep an eye on this lot, ones to watch for.


Reviewer: James Matthews

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