Band Name Upsidedown Cross. Album Name Witchcraft. Type EP. Released date 1994. Labels Taang Records. Music StyleDoom Metal. Members owning this album0.
Witchcraft (1994) by Upsidedown Cross. Labels: Taang! Records. Songs: Fire, Power of Satan, I Hear Voices, Sands of Time, Witchcraft. Members: Larry Lifeless, Salmon Patteez.
Upsidedown Cross is a doom metal band from Boston, Massachusetts formed in the late 1980s after Kilslug split-up. The band has only 4 official releases over the span of at least 12 years. After the break-up Larry Lifeless and ex-Anal Cunt guitarist Josh Martin formed Adolf Satan. Upsidedown Cross Full-length, 1991. Evilution Full-length, 1993. Sloth/Updsidedown Cross Split Split, 2002. Larry Lifeless - Vocals (1989 - 2002). Rico Petroleum - Guitar (1989 - 1991).
Слушать песню Upsidedown Cross – Upsidedown Cross онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон (андроид, айфон) вы можете на сайте YoSound. Upsidedown Cross – 1998 - Hate (3rd Unreleased Album). Upsidedown Cross – Satan Wins. Upsidedown Cross – Batallion of Rats. upsidedown cross – power of satan. Upsidedown Cross – 1998 - Witchcraft EP. 5:10. Upsidedown Cross – Coffin Of Suprises. Upsidedown Cross – Evilution.
From what I've gathered throughout my many years of listening to music, for most people(that have actually even heard of them), Upsidedown Cross are the epitome of a -love 'em or hate 'em- type of band.
Upsidedown Cross is a psyched out sludge doom band from Boston formed in the late 80s after the demise of Kilslug, a similarly druggy weird group that were more on the punk side of the spectrum. Over the years they've had a frequently fluctuating lineup, but at the time of their inception they featured three ex-Kilslug members (including the enigmatic wacko vocalist Larry Lifeless), and for the recording of their first album featured J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr on drums (but don't get any ideas about these guys bein' fruits). The riffs are quite heavy for the most part, bludgeoning away on lower chords and creating simple slow rhythms. Still, Upsidedown Cross were not exactly doom metal group. They fit in somewhat with the early 90s sludge doom scene, but were more on the side of goofy sludge with a comedic hardcore punk-like attitude (such as contemporaries Sloth).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||Power Of Satan
Voice, Read By – Chris The Cup
|B1||I Hear Voices|
|B2||Sands Of Time|
- Bass Guitar – Cheez
- Drums – Salmon Patties
- Electric Guitar – Seven
- Songwriter [All Songs By] – Upsidedown Cross
- Vocals – Larry Lifeless
Notes10" record in 'recycled' 12" LP sleeve each handpainted by the band with artwork glued on. Every sleeve is different.
Includes insert and hand-numbered 'certificate of authenticity' indicating a pressing of 1000, though it's widely assumed this is either not true, or that considerably less ever made it into circulation.
'Power Of Satan' features a prayer wrote and read by Chris The Cup.
Important! This is the only issue of this record. There was definitely NOT another pressing.