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The Buzzards of Fuzz


APRIL 15, 2021 (ATLANTA, GA) – The Buzzards of Fuzz release new single “Lonely In Space”, a groovy, psych-rock trip gambolling the line between Ted Nugent’s “Stranglehold” and Kyuss’ “Green Machine.”

“Lonely In Space” is the cosmic cornerstone to a space rock opera to be released in September 2021. The track echoes the sentimentalities of fatigue, isolation and desperation that have been heightened during the pandemic. Haunting vocal melodies combine with the power of the riff to deliver a soulful plea for another chance, a next time.

The track floats in the remains of a wounded sun. A wailing wake of solar winds bellow like the grumble of a magnetic fuzz orchestra. Bits of dust coagulate around distorted frequencies. Dark matter dissolves and blossoms. Time unfolds. Radiation ignites the void, howling transmissions of alien harmonies splatter across stellar remnants. A galactic grave. A nebulous womb. Primordial psych rock formations are ripped apart by rupturing atomic separations and woven back together by gravitational grooves.

The Buzzards of Fuzz are complex

On the surface, the band is a three, sometimes four-piece alt-rock outfit. But in flight? They are a force, the extension of an ancient hive-mind sworn to maintain the low hum that keeps our universe suspended in celestial Jell-O.

In mythology, buzzards represent the power to consume death and create life, associated with the idea of rebirth and reincarnation. In many cultures, buzzards have magical powers and are occasionally even worshipped as gods. They are a paradoxical symbol of darkness, mystery, and wisdom.

 It is this dichotomy of prowess and absurdity that guides the band.

They are well-read party animals, as thoughtful as they are insane, as funny as they are serious. They are kind but also dangerous. The Buzzards of Fuzz are messengers between life and death, the physical and the spiritual world—Fuzz Guardians.

The Buzzards of Fuzz currently inhabit the bodies of Van Bassman, Benjamin J. Davidow & Charles Wiles. Their legendary live shows and blistering singles have earned the group slots opening for Yawning Man, Truckfighters, Nebula & Guitar Legend Dick Dale. The group’s first full length record The Buzzards of Fuzz is slated for release September 2021.

Song Credits

Van Bassman – Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Benjamin J. Davidow – Supporting Vocals, Lead Guitar
Charles Wiles – Supporting Vocals, Bass, Percussion
Kristopher Sampson – Didgeridoo, Producer, Engineer

The Buzzards of Fuzz – How Could You (Srsly)

The Buzzards of Fuzz – I Came Back (For My Hubcap)

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