Witching Chronicles: Exploring The DISASTROID’s Garden Creatures

In the heart of San Francisco’s music scene, there’s a band that’s been turning heads and shaking speakers for years. Disastroid, they’re called, and their latest album, “Garden Creatures,” is like a thunderstorm rolling through your speakers.

Right from the get-go, you’re hit with this wall of sound that’s equal parts gritty and melodic. Enver’s guitar work is like a force of nature, weaving through each track with a mix of groovy aggression and finesse that keeps you hooked from start to finish.

But it’s not just about the heavy riffs and pounding drums. There’s a real sense of exploration here, like the band is pushing the boundaries of what grunge-influenced rock can be. Tracks like “Garden Creatures” and “Jack Londonin'” hit you like a punch to the gut, while others, like “Hold Me Wrong,” draw you in with their dreamy, atmospheric vibes.

And let’s talk about the production. Tim Green has really captured lightning in a bottle with this one. The raw energy of Disastroid’s live shows is here in full force, but there’s also a clarity and precision that allows every instrument to shine.

But what really sets “Garden Creatures” apart is its unpredictability. Just when you think you’ve got the band figured out, they throw a curveball, taking you on a journey through shifting time signatures and unexpected twists and turns.

In a world where so much music feels cookie-cutter and formulaic, Disastroid is a breath of fresh (and classical at the same time) air. With “Garden Creatures,” they’ve created something truly special – a sonic adventure that’s as thrilling as it is unpredictable. So buckle up, press play, and let Disastroid take you on a wild ride you won’t soon forget.

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Released by Heavy Psych Sounds on February 23, 2024

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