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In Stock and Shipping NowTangerine with Heavy Yellow Splatter - Limited to 500
Green & Purple Swirl - Limited to 1500 - Over-Run Available
Pressed at Precision Record Pressing
Official Vinyl Pressing taken from the band's LEVITATION Sessions show! Stream it in full here:
* What is overrun? We ordered an exact amount of vinyl to be produced for the Green & Purple Swirl Stream Edition. When an order is made the pressing plant tells us there can be + or - 10% made for our order, in the case of overrun we list them for sale after all shipments have been made for a release. These are the last copies available.
The 7th Terror
Jack The Maggot
Streaming on all digital platforms HERE and Bandcamp below:
Heavy psych power trio Charles Moothart, Ty Segall and Chad Ubovich hit the stage for the first time together in five years to bring listeners and viewers a full set spanning their entire discography.
In October of 2020, FUZZ released their first album in half a decade, III, scorching the earth with pure primitive rock and roll mastery captured by the sonic guru Steve Albini. It’s a record that’s meant to be heard and experienced live, and their Levitation Sessions show is the set fans have all been waiting for. The show was recorded at Zebulon in Los Angeles, CA. Director Joshua Erkman alongside sound engineers Matthew Littlejohn and Mike Kriebel, capture FUZZ’s intense energy backdropped by electric artwork from artist Tatiana Kartomten.
"It had been 5 years since we had played live together, and III had been in the works for a while. After the world came to a grinding halt, it became obvious that live music wouldn’t happen for some time. That was initially depressing, but ultimately unifying for everyone who missed and loved it. The concept to provide some psychedelic version of an alternate take on the live experience was at first frightening. Once it was obvious bands had a great time making them, and that people who experienced them were in full support … it became an opportunity to look this passage of time directly in the eyes. We wanted to create something that felt like more than just a replacement for seeing us live.