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Electric Wizard

Often referred to as the "heaviest band in the universe," England's Electric Wizard have consistently redefined the preconceived thresholds of a detuned guitar chord with their peerless doom metal achievements -- this despite an often interpersonally troubled, if musically triumphant, career. Formed in darkest Dorset by vocalist/guitarist Justin Oborn (previously with Lords of Putrefaction), bassist Tim Bagshaw, and drummer Mark Greening, and initially known as Thy Grief Eternal (briefer still, simply Eternal), Electric Wizard made their debut with 1993's "Demon Lung" single -- a split release with fellow doomsters Our Haunted Kingdom (who later evolved into Orange Goblin). Released by Cathedral linchpin Lee Dorrian's doom-specialized Rise Above Records, the single paved the way for Electric Wizard's eponymous debut a year later, and, although it didn't quite revolutionize the genre (actually, it contained pretty standard doom fare for the time), the album still made for a rather impressive start.

Released in 1996, sophomore album Come My Fanatics... was another matter entirely, however, effectively rewriting the doom rule book with the sheer volume and distortion contained in its planet-sized riffs, and rattling the underground metal scene to its core in the process. Unfortunately, its seismic aftershocks would also be felt by the members of Electric Wizard, who, due to various poorly explained injuries (Greening was dealt a broken arm, while Oborn first lost a fingertip in a domestic accident and, less surprisingly, later suffered a ruptured eardrum!), managed only a set of EPs -- 1997s Chrono.Naut and 1998's Supercoven -- in the next three years. Other sources suggested the band's absence had a lot more to do with crippling weed consumption and/or simple lack of motivation, but all speculation was duly obliterated by the long-awaited arrival of the band's third magnum opus, 2000's superlative Dopethrone. Like its predecessor four years prior, Dopethrone was a revelation in terms of absolute mass applied to amazingly memorable songwriting. In fact, it so effortlessly bridged the stylistic gaps between doom, sludge, stoner, horror, and, at times, even space metal, that 2002's unusually efficiently recorded follow-up, Let Us Prey, often felt like a collection of outtakes from it. And yet, Let Us Prey was anything but a throwaway effort, and helped further Electric Wizard's cause worldwide even as the group was crumbling from the inside.

Tensions were mounting and the trio's ill-fated American tour that summer pushed the growing animosity between Oborn and his cohorts to the breaking point, and their final date in Philadelphia was actually billed as Electric Wizard's farewell show. This, as it turned out, proved to be a premature publicity stunt, but the band's next tour of the U.K. (in support of Cathedral) would see Greening replaced by former Iron Monkey drummer Justin Greaves, and ended with Bagshaw's long-rumored departure as well. Curiously, he quickly reconnected with Greening in a new group called Ramesses, while, for his part, Oborn took a few months off to ponder his next move. In time, he decided to move forward with a new, expanded lineup featuring ex-13 and Sourvein guitarist Liz Buckingham, bassist Rob Al-Issa, and the aforementioned Greaves, and the reborn Electric Wizard released their fifth full studio album in 2004's aptly named We Live. Electric Wizard had another lineup change in 2006 when Greaves was replaced by Shaun Rutter, who made his debut on their sixth album, 2007's Witchcult Today. The musical chairs would continue in 2008 when Al-Issa left the band and was replaced by bassist Tas Danazoglou. With their lineup once again solid, Electric Wizard released Black Masses in 2010. Electric Wizard went through yet another lineup change in 2012 when Glenn Charman and Simon Poole came on board to replace Tas and Rutter, respectively.

After an extensive tour to promote the recording, Oborn and Buckingham made more personnel changes and undertook recording sessions at their own studio. Original drummer Mark Greening was brought in to replace Poole. Charman left before the recording sessions began and Oborn (under the moniker "Count Orloff), played bass in the studio. Shortly after completing the album, formally entitled Time to Die, Greening was replaced by a returning Poole. Time to Die was released in Steptember of 2014. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia & Tara Koets, Rovi
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And ow yea Electric Wizard is fukn the s**t smoke weed its not adictive
Heroin is awesome until your locked in prison kickn 150 milagrams of methadone and a 2 gram a day of h speedball with coke adorroll zanax .Surrounded by people who want to kill you for looking at them.No water cup and you're so sick you can't even defend yourself .No only water is from a bathroom sink with your hands and the faucet has lungeis dripping of it and u have on pair of underwear and u have diarrhea constantly n pucking n guards want fuvk u up because the know u cant. Fight back becau
Heroin is wonderful
some of the most revered artists in history utilize(d) heroin
don't knock it...
heroin is dumb, man
lainecartee7
Turns my brain into sh#t every single time.
i want time to die pandora!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
If I did heroin I want to lay in a hot, dark room and listen to the Wizard!
Burnout. F**k!!!! E am still Burning. Thanx & Praise to The Wizards!!
cbruner11
Wooloosatan! ! !
"What exactly are you up to?"
My neighbors may not listen to epic MetaL often, but they do when I do.
Electric Wizard is one of the best... s**t dude \m/ if you like Electric Wizard, follow for a follow back.
Incredible band- Ive got to see em live!!!
If you don't like electric wizard. I don't like you.
dvhaney3
very cool
so great.
Smoke weed forever legalize drugs murder
ALL HAIL THE WIZARD!!!
Wow. Beautiful Doom at its finest. Love these guys.
benjamin.fro e b e l
I'm glad I didn't go to church this morning.
Nothing says listen up mother f**ker like the beginning of an Electric Wizard song
Glad i went to church this morning
The sun has turned to black.....
Yes.
F**k ya
sullivan4til e
Turn on, tune down and fuzz out!
To me they maintain a dark integrity in all their songs , always heavy epic incredible , no selling out pop-radio fake metal here. REAL AUTHENTIC BELIEVABLE
well, a Sabbath feel. obviously.
has a Melvins touch. which is good.
gconrad73
Electric Wizard has come extremely close to usurping Led Zeppelin as my all time favorite band. I own both of their tshirts.... Several Zeppelin shirts but only one wizard shirt.... I need to remedy that.
The guy who said Generic must be kidding, right? I mean, look at the guy's pic. All he needs is a pair of Zubaz.
Agree with searchyourhe a d
Not bad, I'll give em that.
The most rock & metal stations on Pandora Radio!
Gerddamn I love the wizard! Yeah!
They're growing on me.
Generic. Yea you wish you were in that f**kin band
............ . d a f**k
Generic.
danthemansjs
This is amazing!
I build portals all day to this... portals to no where.
EW is the dope
Vocals sound just like deftones
This album is not on the same level as Come My Fanatics... But it's still very good and features the original lineup which is much better than the newer ones. It grows on me more and more as I listen.
I have a relaxed high on hydrocodone while listening to this... And... Yeah... It's amazing. Honestly I've never even liked this kind of music before. Hated it, even, but right now, and forever from now on, I love it.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the wizards fave.
Must be a lot of metalheads out at Rovi. The metal bios on Pandora are always like three times more in-depth than other non-pop categories, and frequently filled with poetic language (planet-size d rifts) to boot.
new favorite band so far! by far the heaviest music I've ever heard, other than Sleep. Also really awesome, unique riffs. Way better then the rest of the stoner doom crowd!
Try Come My Fanatics
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