Thanks to Adam from the band Engines Of Ruin for sharing their EP!
Engines Of Ruin comes from Dublin, Ireland. This trio plays some very nice Instrumental Stoner Rock. This EP called Triquetra is a great start for this band. It contains four excellent tracks that certainly taste for more.
According to MySpace, Engines Of Ruin is influenced by the following bands: Acid Bath, Kyuss, Queens Of The StoneAge, Clutch, Electric Wizard, Acrimony, Hermano, Alabama ThunderPussy, Sixty Watt Shaman, Weedeater, The Sword, Slo Burn, Acid King, Orange Goblin and Corrosion Of Conformity.
Don't let this EP pass by! It is absolutely worth to listen. Enjoy!
Having gone through various line-up changes over the last couple of years, Engines Of Ruin are now a three piece instrumental rock band, consisting of bass, drums and guitars. This came about accidentally as the singer left the band at a time when they had just started to write their debut EP.
Rather than putting everything on hold and audition for singers they decided to hold off for the time being and continue on instrumentally, scrapped what they had written and started over. The band have again looked into getting a singer, but to date have not been fortunate enough to get the right fit. The hunt continues….
Guitarist Adam Brewer took on the responsibility of engineering and mixing the EP. This was no easy task as he had the added pressure of balancing this with his guitar duties. Adam had experimented with recording earlier tracks for the band, but this is his biggest recording gig to date.
The band are currently writing and recording new material and hope to get back on the road by early August 2011.
(Their bio from Facebook)
Engines Of Ruin - Triquetra (2011)