The full length album is coming back into print on Magick Hermit/Lummox, this edition on "coke bottle" clear vinyl. Should be ready in about a month!
THE FIRST PERSON TO ORDER THE RE-PRESS will get a complimentary copy of the Sweet Times Volume one split seven inch on Who Can You Trust? Records, featuring exclusive tracks from Hot Lunch, Glitter Wizard, Dirty Fences and Ovvl.
THE SECOND FIVE PEOPLE TO ORDER THE RE-PRESS will get a complimentary copy of the Atlantean Key/Floating Island 7"
THE NEXT FIVE PEOPLE TO ORDER THE RE-PRESS will get a complimentary copy of the "Remover" flexi single.
You will be notified by email regarding which special offer you have qualified for!
EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS: We will have some labels distributing in the EU, so you might be able to get a better deal on shipping if you wait until we get those records sent out there. We'll keep you updated on who the distributors will be, and when they will be available! If you are not on our email list, I would suggest getting on it for updates: firstname.lastname@example.org
Includes unlimited streaming of Ovvl LP
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
ships out within 6 days
First album cassette tape release on Off The Books records!
I use the phrase "rock n' roll" fairly frequently, describing everything from grimy crust-punk to swaggering, blaring death metal. This time, however, the band in question call up what is perhaps the most true instance of me describing something as "rock n' roll" in many many reviews. The album I'm looking at is the self titled full-length of San Fransisco Sabbath-enthusiasts Owl, released late last year, and filled to the brim with rocking goodness. - Heavy Metal Spotlight
The Owl reveal a tremendous ability to write the big riff, which seems to pour out of them like spotlight and beer induced sweat, paying homage to hard rock of all eras, especially the 70s without suppressing their own individual personality as a band. The best way I can describe their sound more specifically than hard rock is to call it prog punk and if you think that's an oxy moron and the combination wouldn't work then this band will make a fool of you. - Paranoid Hitsophrenic