Tag: The Water

NEWS: Stoneside welcome us to The Desert Hell…

After the announcement that one of their upcoming new cuts “My Love/My Tomb” features a guest appearance from producer and former Loathe guitarist Connor Sweeney, Stoneside have shared “Hell” from their upcoming sophomore EP “The Desert“. Reading between the lines of their social media campaign it looks as though the affair will feature seven cuts

NEWS: Stoneside sever the cold dead hand…

After a successful crowd funding campaign the first single from the upcoming sophomore record “The Desert” from Texas Progressive DJentlemen Stoneside has surfaced in “Cold Dead Hand“. It’s the first to appear since their critically acclaimed debut “The Water” and while no date has been announced as yet by the band inspired by the likes

NEWS: Stoneside premier “The Balance”!

After a successful crowdfunding campaign raised the funds to give a sophomore EP “The Desert” the final touch from a pro engineer and take as the the band put it, material recorded in studio in a backyard shed it Texas from demo to polished release versions, Stoneside have premiered a new cut called “The Balance“.

NEWS: Stoneside seek water in the desert!

After the release of their incredible debut EP “The Water“, the mysterious Alternative Metal duo¬†Stoneside have launched a crowd funding campaign to assist with a sophomore effort that has already been completed. Titled “The Desert“, the band are looking to raise a small sum in order for a pro engineer to polish the second seven

NEWS: Stoneside share a grave with Lana Del Rey?

We’ve been waxing lyrical ab0ut the mysterious Stoneside since we were introduced to their stunning single “A History Of Violence” by a friend and their debut album “The Water“, a regaling of the stories of those who have passed on with strength, power, dignity and some weighty guitar work isn’t one to be missed, in

Review: “The Water” by Stoneside

“I speak with the dead. They tell me their stories. I speak their stories to life again in music.” ~ Crane, Stoneside. There is a lot of mystery that surrounds Brookshire Texas residents Stoneside; they announced themselves with “History of Violence” as a duo comprising writer, vocalist, instruments and co-arranger Crane and drummer and co-arranger