Fuzz Evil

Fuzz Evil are set to release their self-titled debut album on September 30th via Battleground records, and embark on a US West Coast Tour in October in support of the new release. The band have also released a new track ‘Killing The Sun’, which is a fuzzed up monster of a song that gives an exciting glimpse of how massive the new album is going to be.

Formed in Arizona’s Sierra Vista in 2014, Fuzz Evil is a riff propelled power trio founded by brothers Wayne and Joseph Rudell of heavy desert stoners Powered Wig Machine.

With two singles currently to their name – last year’s ‘Born Of Iron’ and 2014’s 7” split with fellow Arizonans, Chiefs – this September sees the official release of their self-titled debut on the Washington-based label Battleground Records.

Joined by newest member and fellow Powered Wig Machinist Daniel Graves on drums, Fuzz Evil serves up a thunderous blast of rock ‘n’ roll reverie indebted to the likes of MC5, The Stooges, Clutch and Black Sabbath. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Primrose Studio by Brian Gold, from the opening crunch of ‘Good Medicine’ (featuring Unida/House Of Broken Promises’ Arthur Seay) to the progressively harbingered ‘Black Dread’, the album flows like the diaries of a cosmic nomad. Swirling and psychedelically enhanced with storylines spun from the mind’s eye of vocalist Wayne Rudell and his obsession with comic books, science fiction and cult cinema.

Fuzz Evil Live:

1/10 – Silver Dollar Saloon – El Monte, CA

2/10 – Golden Bull – Oakland, CA

3/10 – TBC – San Jose, CA

4/10 – Starlite Lounge – Sacremento, CA

6/10 – Kenton Club – Portland, OR

7/10 – Valley’s – Tacoma, WA

8/10 – Tim’s – Seattle, WA

9/10 – Sam Bonds – Eugene, OR

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FuzzEvil/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/fuzzevil

Bandcamp: https://fuzzevil.bandcamp.com/

Fuzz Evil are:

Wayne Rudell – Vocals/Guitar

Joseph Rudell – Bass Guitar

Daniel Graves – Drums

Arthur Seay (House Of Broken Promises/Unida) – Lead Guitar on ‘Good Medicine’

Marlin Tuttle – Drums

Brian Gold – Keys