Friday, September 13, 2019

Fox Medicine - "Comfort Pony"

Portland, OR's duo Fox Medicine describe themselves as "bubblegum doom," and that might be the most accurate description of a band I've ever heard. Their latest single, "Comfort Pony," is a slowed down, sludgier than you could even imagine plod of a song. It's a blend of the sludge of the Melvins, the distortion of Sonic Youth, the epic grunge of Soundgarden, and the fuzzy industrial metal of Helmet. And this is all crammed into three minutes. This is definitely not the right song for everyone, but if it sounds like it could be your thing, you're going to become completely obsessed with it.

You can watch the video for "Comfort Pony" below. 
Proc├ędures Mystiques, the upcoming album from Fox Medicine, will be out November 8. You can pre-order a copy over at their Bandcamp. For more on Fox Medicine, check out their website


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