EARTH 

Dylan R. Carlson - guitar
Bill Herzog - bass
Adrienne Davies - drums

Don McGreevy - Touring Bass (Not Pictured) 

 

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E A R T H 
 

Worldwide Management - Sargent House
Manager: Cathy Pellow
Assistant: Brittany Baker

Record Label - Sargent House 
Contact: Marc Jetton 

UK/EU Publicist - Lauren Barley 

N. American BookingGround Control Touring
Agent: Merrick Jarmulowicz


European Booking - Odyssey Booking
Agent: Vincent Royers
Assistant: Bram


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The Fangasm: Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons by Earth // Drowned in Sound 

by Alexander Tucker via Drowned in Sound

The first time I encountered Dylan Carlson’s Earth was through a Sub Pop cassette on Lime Lizard, a short-lived early nineties magazine. The free cover mount tape, a Sub Pop sampler, came with the May 1993 issue - side A included relatively standard US grunge of the time, from bands like the noisy guitar pop of Velocity Girl, Pond, Walkabout, Fastbacks and deranged punk rock band Dwarves. Side 2, however, was entirely taken up with one long track - ‘Seven Angels’ by Olympia, Washington’s Earth from their (just released) album Earth 2. A seething maelstrom of detuned metal-tinged guitars sent a thousand beads of buzzing sound flooding into my teenage skull, a strange familiarity combined with alien fear both drew me in and half repelled me.

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Dylan Carlson’s Theme for an Imaginary Western // Interview on Premier Guitar 

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Feature by Kate Koenig via Premier Guitar

After nearly 30 years as the only constant member of drone-doom-metal cult heroes Earth, guitarist Dylan Carlson has released his first album, Conquistador. As the title suggests, the work espouses a fantasy world that’s rooted in history, not unlike the one explored on Earth’s 2005 Hex; Or Printing in the Infernal Method—a belated imaginary soundtrack to novelist Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian. Carlson has also done soundtrack work, under his solo moniker drcarlsonalbion, for the film Gold. But this time, the music speaks exclusively to his personal vision.

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