“This is the kind of rock ’n’ roll that demands booze, bad decisions, and debauchery, and has you singing laments the next day.” — CvltNation
“One of those bands with a special something, full of grit and fiesty spirit.” — Doomed & Stoned
“Stacks up the riffs… If you’re dying for something like Monster Magnet or old Queens of The Stone Age, then you’re going to dig Karma Vulture.” — Metal Injection
Stoner rock trio Karma Vulture share a new video from their new Death By Comfort EP today via CvltNation. Watch and share the Spaghetti-Western/Horror themed video for “Better Luck Next Time” HERE. (Direct YouTube.)
Hear the full EP via Bandcamp and Linktree. Metal Injection recently hosted “Cheer Up” from the EP HERE.
Karma Vulture is a desert rock power trio from Joshua Tree, now based in Nashville, consisting of singer/bassist Conor Spellane, guitarist Will Hammond, and drummer Ben Foerg. The band has a familiar yet idiosyncratic sound, blending elements of stoner rock and grunge with hints of classic rock, psych and modern alternative rock for good measure. The band executes their earworm hooks and hammer-dropping riffs with equal aplomb. Or, in other words: It’s super catchy, super heavy and super dope.
Founded in mid-2018, the band hit its stride with the release of its first EP and the subsequent addition of Foerg in 2020. When the pandemic hit that spring, the band had just finished recording its second EP, Death By Comfort with engineer Norm Block (Mark Lanegan, Brian Jonestown Massacre.) They had it mixed remotely, and used the lockdown as an opportunity to record their debut full-length, scheduled for release in late 2022.
Death By Comfort is available on CD, cassette and download, released on March 4th, 2022 via Bent Knee Records.
KARMA VULTURE LIVE:
07/15 London, KY – Holler of Doom Festival
08/13 Dayton, OH – Blind Bob’s
08/28 Nashville, TN – Exit/In – Queens of the Stone Age Cover Show