”This will be the fight of our lives and we aim to win; to beat this ugly bastard known commonly as Cancer. Neither of us can work at the moment as Brian is not able to and I (Laura) am his nurse and want to be by his side as much as possible through this uphill battle,” Laura writes.
Aesop Dekker, Billy Anderson, Andrew Fidler of fellow Savannah band Black Tusk, and other members of the punk and metal community paid tribute to Victoria, who sadly lost her battle with cancer earlier this month.
While Kylesa remain on indefinite hiatus, co-singer Laura Pleasants has formed a new band, The Discussion. They just released their first EP, European Tour Ep 2017, which goes all in on the psychedelic rock side that Kylesa's last few records explored...
We mentioned back in April that psychedelic sludge vets Kylesa were heading on "indefinite hiatus." That seems to mean that the members will have time for other projects, and among those is the old, pre-Kylesa band of guitarist Phillip Cope, Damad.
Earlier this month (5/13-15), Atlanta's fourth annual Shaky Knees music festival went down at Centennial Olympic Park. Headliners included Jane's Addiction performing 1990's Ritual de lo habitual in full, the 1975, My Morning Jacket, Florence + the Machine and the reunited At the Drive In.
Kylesa have announced an indefinite hiatus. The Georgia-based psychedelic sludge band have been doing their thing for 15 years now, and they've been able to build the kind of fanbase and crossover success that a lot of underground metal bands dream of...
Kylesa's new album Exhausting Fire comes out next week (10/2) via Season of Mist and now the whole thing is here to stream. As the early singles hinted, it's a continuation of the progression they explored on 2013's Ultraviolet: heavy psychedelic music that doesn't fit nicely into any one genre (including "metal...
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