Ass kicking metal riffs, deep soulful bass, screaming waves of enticing lead, dark doomadleic drum beats and face on blasts of insightful vocals to liven up any rock bar, club or bash.
The current line up have been playing gigs in England for a few years now, and have played along side some pretty big acts, but it all started a long time before that. Long, long ago, when a woolly mammoth became submerged in a black tar pit.
Recent shows have been very well received, with gigs alongside Napalm Death, Senser, Alunah, Sally, Pulled Apart by Horses to name a few. The band made a killing on the album release night and have returned to the venue to do another blasting set. General would love to play your festival or event, and are taking bookings for 2013.
Recently released their debut album ‘Where are your gods now’, recorded at Priory studios, and mixed and mastered by the renowned Billy Anderson in California.
They have also produced a video, for their song Bullet Train, with almost no budget. which you can see on youtube.
The band are currently looking for opportunities to show off there wares over the coming months.
Plugging General's debut album, "Where are your God's now?",
The Band are looking forward to playing more gigs and working with more legends later on this year and beyond.
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"General is a band from the UK that has a huge buzz surrounding them. Aside from the fact that the legendary Billy Anderson has worked with them, this band is laying down some pretty fat Stoner Metal jams worthy of your attention. Fierce, soulful and in-your-face, these boys know how to rock and I'd say they do it rather well."
From the very first riffs of 'Better Dead' to the Wah-Wah induced shuffle of 'Bullet Train', from the slightly psychedelic and calm parts of 'Out Of The Sky' to the heavy groovy Doom in 'Blood Of The Pig', these guys have something serious going on.
Warning: this band is extremely loud.