We ran Kylesa vocalist and guitarist, Phillip Cope, through Rockblot, our take on the Rorschach inkblot test. Check out Cope’ answers and grab the band’s new Season of Mist album, Exhausting Fire.
Phillip Cope, vocalist and guitarist for the Season of Mist hard rock band Kylesa shared an awesome story for our Tales of Touring Terror (#ToTT) series!
By Mike Bax Savannah riff-masters Kylesa are days away from releasing their most ambitious album of original material to…
Critically-acclaimed hard-rock band Kylesa are streaming “Night Drive”, the third new track off their highly anticipated new album Exhausting Fire via SoundCloud.
Review and photos by Mike Bax No disrespect to Cult of Luna, Inaeona & Kosmograd, but this evening was…
Due out October 2, Kylesa has just shared the lead single from Exhausting Fire, “Lost and Confused” – listen here!
In conjunction with their fourth anniversary, CVLT Nation is proud to present their sixth covers compilation of The CVLT…
Southern hard-rock quintet Kylesa have premiered a new song off their forthcoming record, Ultraviolet. The new track, titled “We’re Taking This” is streaming now via the YouTube player below. Kylesa recently announced a Spring tour, which kicks off on May 10 in Gainesville, Fla. at The High Dive. Openers are Bloody Ceremony, White Hills and Lazer/Wulf.
Being familiar with the past work of Kylesa, I delved into Ultraviolet expecting their typical formula: heavy, stoneresque riffing and trippy, effect-laden guitar work in the vein of contemporaries Baroness and Black Tusk. And after several listens, that is indeed exactly what you get with the new record.
Genre-defying southern quintet Kylesa have premiered a new song from their forthcoming album, Ultraviolet. The song, titled “Vulture’s Landing” is streaming via YouTube – listen below. Kylesa recently announced a Spring tour, which kicks off on May 10 in Gainesville, Fla. at The High Dive. Openers are Bloody Ceremony, White Hills and Lazer/Wulf.
Kylesa is an experimental sludge metal group from Georgia that has been widely regarded as one of the genre’s best bands. Their newest CD, From The Vaults, Vol. 1, contains unreleased, alternative renditions of some of their more popular songs, plus one new track (“End Truth”), a cover of a Pink Floyd tune (“Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun”) and a four minute drum solo (“Drum Jam”). It’s not a major release, but for many this will be a must!