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BLACK PYRAMID play doom with the rumbling down-tuned tones of stoner metal gods like Sleep, Electric Wizard, and High On Fire, but with the epic arrangements of old school metal and doom acts such as Black Sabbath, Pentagram, and The Obsessed. Add to the sonic brew perfectly executed forays into vintage psych and progressive rock, along with the apocalyptic lyrical ravings about war, the occult, and general alienation,…

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  • So I guess they confirmed that Andy is back. Along with Clay and Eric Beaudry. The saga continues! Or something. https://www.facebook.com/Black-Pyramid-49292323952/?fref=nf
  • Also, I listened to Palace in Thunderland a little bit, and they sound really good; there's a definite BP's influence mixed with other styles. I hope we'll hear/see more from them.
  • I agree. What I listened sounds way too generic and pretty forgettable, imo. I think Open the Gates has a nice hook, but it doesn't go anywhere from there. The only cool thing about this new 7" is the artwork lol, I like that kind of art-style.
  • Ouch. Got the 7" because I'm a completist. New songs are not good. The first is generic and the second is a total throwaway. This band is done and in its death throes.
  • This poser in this shit band played me there new single. It sucked in ways they hadn't learned to suck yet. Then he flipped it and the B side sucked even worse. Can't believe how bad theyy've all gotten. No words for it.
  • I did end up running into him and we talked. He isn't resentful and he even keeps in touch with Clay Neely. He also lives near the original bassist and talks to him. Based on what he said I think you are right, and that there's no way that he would ever go back to doing Black Pyramid. I'm not sure it's good they keep Black Pyramid going. It isn't Black Pyramid anymore, they have a new drummer so none of the members are original. And there's only the three guys.
  • @Bitoffinger It's nice to know that he's still into music and staying active, and being happy with it. I'll definitely check out that band. It's just I've seen comments to BP's songs on youtube from supposedly Andy, and (if it really was him lol, not somebody else), he was talking a lot about how unhappy he was, how he glad that BP with him was done, and that he does not want to go back to it. He did however talked a little about song-writing and musicianship process in comments, too. Maybe it changed for him. I think it's good that Darryl and rest of the band keep BP going, but again, it just doesn't sound the same anymore. Black Pyramid has a new 7" coming out this year (or maybe already came out, not sure), we'll see.
  • Andy has been really active in our local music scene. I've seen the last two shows with his new band and they have been unreal, even better than Black Pyramid ever was. You should check out his new band Palace In Thunderland. He has been doing that for a few years now and their new album is even more unique, creative and original. He seems really happy and to be having a lot of fun with his music. I don't think he's resentful at all, but I can ask him when I see him. He's very approachable and easy to talk to.
  • I just recently got a physical copy of II and just been listening to it over and over again. Nothing beats s/t, Stormbringer, and II. Those albums are so creative, original and rich musically, despite having tons of other influences. They really made these guys stood up among other generic stoner/doom bands. I thought Adversarial was ok, and has some good songs, but it's not even close to what Black Pyramid used to sound like. I have to agree with the others who say that ever since Andy left, they lost what made them unique. It's a dayum shame that these days Andy is so resentful and disinterested music.
  • Some fotos at DesertFest Berlin Day 1: http://itsonlymusicbutlive.com/2015/04/24/desertfest-day-1-thursday-astra-berlin-ycmusic/

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