Texas based stoner metal band Mr. Plow have been around, in one form or another, for better than 20 years now and while their discography may not be as deep as you might assume, each entry is filled to the brim with riff heavy, down tuned rock in the vein of Fu Manchu and Kyuss but with their own unique take. Beach in lieu of desert? YES, that’s the vibe in a nutshell. Ripple Music took notice and recently announced that the band would be joining their family and would be releasing their latest album, Maintain Radio Silence, this summer. We recently had the opportunity to ask the members of Mr. Plow our set of Profile questions so head inside to see what they had to say. Also, and in case you missed it, they featured their best of 2017 list with us and you can read that here. Continue reading
Mr. Plow is a band that’s been around since 1997, a time when Fu Manchu and Kyuss were lighting up ears and minds with their heavy stoner rock. And in this long stretch of time the band has released three full lengths and are readying their fourth, Maintain Radio Silence, set for independent release on January 26. The band has always been more about the good times than negativity and this new album is more of the same in that department with rocking riffs aplenty along with some crazy catchy melodies and the title track is heavier than a 55 gallon drum of lead. The guys were nice enough to share their top music picks from 2017 with us so head inside to see what they dug this year.