Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Heavy planets, soda and we must obey...

Theres been some buzz about us in a few blogs recently so thought i'd close 2011 with a wee rundown of what's been happening over the past few months.

Today Heavy planet posted a wee feature about us and the EP, if yer not familiar with the heavy planet site, def check it out, there's vast coverage of stoner/doom/sludge... with interviews and reviews.

Another great resource for everything downtuned and slow paced is the soda shop. Operating out of Michigan, it casts an american viewpoint on all things heavy. They recently posted a review of 'Shadows of the Titan':

"The music is thick. It’s heavy and it’s one of those albums where you’ll find yourself headbanging without realizing it."

Back on our side of the Atlantic and south of the border We Must Obey is a blog "dedicated to all things heavy, groovy and generally kick-ass". They recently posted a review of our glaswegian grindcore compatriots Wheelchair Wheelchair Wheelchair Wheelchair and a couple of weeks back posted this feature on us lot:

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

"Shadows of the Titan' Review on Born Again Nihilist

"Low Sonic Drift are a three piece from Glasgow,Scotland , that since forming in 2007 have shared stages with such stoner luminaries as Brant Bjork, Orange Goblin, Stinking Lizaveta, Weedeater and The Abominable Iron Sloth among others.It's an intimidating list, and one that hints at a unit well versed in their craft, which raises expectations considerably for 'Shadows Of The Titan'(on release since 2009, but we all know Nihilist operates under time-lord rules, and picks albums as it chooses from the time stream, not under the scrutiny of your earth laws) .Thankfully, it doesn't disappoint..."

Click here to read the full article written by Stephen O'Connor over at BAN.

Saturday, 15 October 2011

New website // Note gig

Greetings from Low Sonic Drift,

Since myspace has fallen into a smoking quagmire of twisted coding and terrible layouts at the hands of Justin Timberlake we've decided to up sticks and start a blog. Welcome to our new base of operations, here's where you can keep up to date with all things Low Sonic Drift.

To start you off we're playing the 13th Note on the 11th November with DOG MOON HOWL (featuring Craig Hughes; the blues man who you might remember from that freezing warehouse gig last January) and HEADLESS KROSS who we played with only last month at the Captain's Rest.

More details can be found on the facebook event page for the gig.