So most nights I go to bed with my Ipod and headphones...and I like to end my day with music I really enjoy...I have a large collection, with much to choose from...with that said, I find myself listening to Salems Bend every night!
Favorite track: Spaceduster.
Limited Edition cassette of Supercluster! Only 100 printed with rad yellow shells, grab one before they sell out.
High-performance type 1 cassette tape, 3 panel J-card, clear Norelco box, wrapped in cellophane. Made in the USA! Comes with a digital download of the album.
Includes unlimited streaming of Supercluster
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Recorded and mixed by Bobby Parker
Mastered by Mike Tarsia
The sophomore album, SUPERCLUSTER, by Los Angeles heavy rock trio Salem's Bend has garnered great early reviews, such as:
"It's the power of bands like Salem's Bend that keeps rock and roll vibrant. It shows us new sonic highways and unveils new futures. That's why we keep digging deeper and deeper, all for the love of fuzz.
Hardened by countless shows across the west coast, Supercluster is tighter and more explosive than anything the band has done before." -Metal Injection
"...the material has all the necessary elements to become an instant classic of its sort beyond any opinion. Its ability to offer powerful blows, create atmospheres full of anxiety or give us dream-walks between galaxy clusters, Supercluster is an album that has the ability to shake souls in an imperishable way." - Earthquaker
"In a world plastered by formulaic dribble and empty promises of stardom, Supercluster rides in on the night with 8 new ditties of sonic rock n’ roll, adding a tribal ring to their signature tar-laced groove and Southern CA charm. If the riffs don’t seduce you, you’ll waste away with a bad case of mustache envy. Winning either way." - Bucky Brown, The Ripple Effect.
"Dynamic as liquid, they meander through styles with careful but carefree pace, switching from the dark passages of "Thinking Evil", to the psychotropic embellishment of "Infinite Horizon" and the cosmic grooves and wavy licks of "Heavenly Manna". Song structures- now that's something truly worth noting on this album. Tracks are played with thought and no compromise. Each riff and tone leads into the next, whether to make the follow up even doomier, spacier or simply more groove-laden. Drum work is non-standard, tasteful blues-licks are plentiful, riffage is classically doomy, and the soundsphere is undeniably textured desert-rock.
Slap all this together and in the hands of Salem's Bend, you've got an fluid, dynamic album bursting with layers, each more succulent than the last." - Stoned, Doomed, and Deserted
released May 24, 2019
Bobby Parker - guitar, vocals
Kevin Schofield - bass, backup vocals
Zach Huling - drums
Three dudes crawled into a garage-turned-studio and dug out some tracks from the nether realms of Sabbath, Priest, Toad,
Zeppelin, and other '70s rockers. Infusing those with a multitude of other musical entities, they subsequently slithered out as Salem's Bend....more