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Queen Crescent

by Queen Crescent

Heavy flute rock that makes you wonder if Los Dug Dug's and Black Sabbath have a long lost love child.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In the Court of the Crescent Queen
2:08 $0.99
2. Majic Moonjynuh
4:46 $0.99
3. Culture Vulture
4:34 $0.99
4. Ancestors
4:36 $0.99
5. Black Acid
6:41 $0.99
6. Waking the Tigress
3:29 $0.99
7. I Wish a Muthafucka Would
6:53 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Imagine if Black Sabbath and Jethro Tull had four daughters that all lived in the Oakland Bay Area heavily influenced by proggy space-rock and formed a kick ass band—I bet they'd name it Queen Crescent..." - Schmitty Epiclytrife dot com/Thrasher Magazine

"The awesome women comprising Queen Crescent effortlessly blend late ‘60s progressive rock with Indonesian, Turkish, Mexican and West African psychedelic rock of the ‘70s to create a sound that’s even more incredible than that short-lived time when Tony Iommi played guitar for Jethro Tull". -Michelle Solomon, "Resonance: Weekly Curator Picks", Pandora Radio

“Boogie and blood and moons and machines and flutes and freakery and gallop and GOD! Are you ready for the Queen of the Crescent Moon? We were born ready. Highest possible recommendation.” - Ryan Muldoon, Revolt of the Apes

“Queen Crescent are in a class of their own...The musical mysticism expressed on this album is more attuned to the true magical experience of psychedelics than the often overblown imagery of the stirring of cauldrons and the riding of broomsticks. “Culture Vulture”, (is) one of the best songs of this or any other year.” - Lucas Klaukien, You May Be Dead and Dreaming

"Queen Crescent plays a luxurious retro heavy rock in an elegant interweaving stylistic elements hard prog rock and proto-doom metal...Easily the best "retro-heavy-rock" album of winter-spring 2015" - Igor Gorely, Recyclable Sounds

“Not a song on the album feels underdone, and the care with which QC handle the music’s momentum does the group honors. A very fine first album, and one which fans of heavy psychedelic rock should not allow themselves to miss.” - Gabriel Pesek, Ride With the Devil

"Prepare for an earful of fuzz wicked enough to slay any doubts of rock’s demise, infused with melodious flute like honey on coal, driven by sledgehammer drums and a pounding bass in your face!" - Sam Scarpelli, Fog and Magic

"Queen Crescent has given us something fresh in the stoner and psychedelic rock world. Their approach with alluring lead vocals, trippy flute playing, and a powerful rhythm section is down right refreshing. We have yet to witness them live, but anticipate that it would be quite the surreal experience" - Greg Aramini, Rotation11

“It’s heavy and melodic and (vocalists) vocals are haunting yet sweet and hypnotizing. While this album does dip heavily into progressive rock, it’s a trippy, heavy and doomy piece of magnificent rock. The band really knows how to write and record some great tunes.” - Bill Goodman, The Evil Engineer



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