Fedd Up Feature

Fedd Up is a band from my old stomping grounds (Lancaster, Ohio), and they have just released their Dark Days EP. Fedd Up is opening up for Ghosts in the Attic on September 25th at Victory’s Live. Jake Smith lays down the vocals, Dirk Crist hits the skins, Eric Merz plays bass and Nick Alvis straps up on rhythm guitar. The band is able to create something special with a blend of seventies rock, sludgy alternative metal in the vein of Kyuss and Alice in Chains, and tribal-infused acts like Taproot and Soundgarden. Continue reading “Fedd Up Feature”

Fedd Up – Dark Days EP Review

Lancaster, Ohio’s Fedd Up have released their Dark Days EP, providing listeners with a great introduction to this hard, sludgy rock act. Wild Flower is a track that builds off of Soundgarden, Animosity-era Corrosion of Conformity, and Kyuss. The charismatic vocals link up nicely with the guttural intensity of the guitars and punchy, on-point vocals. This introductory single hits on all cylinders, ensuring that listeners are on the edges of their seats; an immaculate production allows the constituent elements the ability to shine alone or as a unitary effort. Continue reading “Fedd Up – Dark Days EP Review”