Monday, June 29, 2009

Great Stoner From New Orleans, U.S.A.

Suplecs is a Stoner Rock band that I like a lot. They are pretty raw with some Rock 'n' Roll influences.
On the second album there's a funny outro at the song Unstable: I Want You from The Beatles.
Have fun with it!

..SUPLECS is raw, heavy rock from New Orleans. They blend the sounds of New Orleans with their own unique style of heavy metal. Their debut album “wrestlin’ with my lady friend” was released by renowned artist, Frank Kozik’s label, Mansruin Records in April of 2000. It received rave reviews and in 2002 Suplecs released their 2’nd full length “sad songs…better days” on Mansruin and later re-released on This Dark Reign/Devil Doll Records. This album has the same intensity as the first with much more diversity and better production. The songs are written with room for improvising for an extra treat for the audience. Dave Fortman of Ugly Kid Joe fame produced it. He also produced other New Orleans acts such as Super Joint Ritual, Clearlight, EHG, as well as all of the major label projects he’s doing right now. Suplecs has a brand new album entitled "poutin' on the outside pawty on the inside" This one was produced by Pepper Kennan of CoC, Down. ..Suplecs consists of Durel Yates (guitars, vocals), Danny Nick (bass, vocals) and Andrew Preen (Drums). Durel and Danny have been playing in bands now for over 10 years and started Suplecs with Andrew in 1996. Each member was born and raised in the Crescent City. ..Suplecs has done about 6 full U.S tours and toured throughout Canada. They’ve toured with acts such as Clutch, High on Fire, Eyehategod, ATP and many more. They’ve played the Warp Tour, the SXSW Festival 4 years in a row and the CMJ festival. The video for the song “rock bottom” is scheduled to play on the Headbangers Ball on Mtv. Suplecs was also featured in High Times Magazine and “sad songs..better days” was picked as one of the top 10 records of 2002 and six of their songs were played on Fox Sports Net for Bluetorch T.V. ..Suplecs plans to record in the fall of 2003 and tour soon after. A new song will be featured on a High Times compilation released sometime in July of 2003. They are also on a Small Stone Records compilation in which they cover “Working Man” by Rush and “White Devil” is on a Bully Magazine compilation.
(From MySpace)

Powtin' On The Outside, Pawty On The Inside (2005)


Sad Songs... Better Days (2002)


Wrestlin' With My Lady Friend (2000)

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