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Heavy Days

by JEFF The Brotherhood

One of the best reviewed albums of 2010. Killer riffs, heavy on the hooks. Three guitar strings, three drums, three cymbals, two brothers from Nashville, TN.
Genre: Rock: Kraut Rock
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The fifth album from JEFF The Brotherhood. Here's what they're saying:
"Postadolescent bros dig into the sweet spot between punk and hard rock." (Spin)
"Epic by name, likewise by scope, JEFF: The Brotherhood features two actual, no-kidding brothers, Jake and Jamin Orrall, pounding minimalist punk-psych from whichever surface squeals loudest." (Village Voice)
“Just try to get through one of their sets without stomping your foot and pumping your fist." (Nylon Magazine)
"Jeff the Brotherhood brings a garage-rock attack to '70s stoner metal, sounding something like Queens of the Stone Age if they recorded a tribute album to the Standells or some other Nuggets rock band." (Entertainment Weekly)
"JEFF the Brotherhood are two brothers whom we have grown to love as our own. Jake and Jamin hail from Nashville, TN but share psychedelic mayhem wherever they roam." (theTripwire)
"Right now it doesn't get any better than rock team JEFF The Brotherhood. (Nashville Scene)
"Your friendly punk pals find a real soundsystem, walk scrungy line between Melvins and Ramones." (Rolling Stone)
"They jam econo. They sound like they were teleported from a time when Rivers Cuomo still wrote songs we adored and our biggest concern in life was whether or not we'd get invited to a party before we were in college." (RCRD LBL)
"JEFF the Brotherhood tore everyone's face off with Sabbath-y monster blues metal." (Black Book)
"These brothers are unassumingly talented, and their music, as well as their passion to create it, is infectious." (Exclaim) “JEFF the Brotherhood is a throwback to the nights when you rode around in your buddyʼs Camaro, getting mellow on that patented combination of High Life and bong hits, listening to a brand of rock and roll that didnʼt pretend to be more than it
was - the soundtrack to a good time. (nyc taper)
“if Queens of the Stone Age were cooler, less annoyingly precise and more punk rock then theyʼd probably sound like The Brotherhood. There are monsterous riffs, gnarly solos, metal fuzz, sing along choruses. And then thereʼs PIL style atonal tunery and Misfits mosh parts.” (artrocker)
“a two piece that knows how to make music through a dense streaming, and feeling of nostalgia that reminds of an almost extinguished genre” (KEXP)
“JEFF The Brotherhood possesses a certain playful charm that few hard-rocking duos have. They're a band that doesn't take themselves too seriously, but that doesn't mean they haven't got the chops. In many ways they recall another band very near and dear to our hearts, the recently reunited Thrush Hermit, with whom they share many '70s rock and punk influences.” (Soundscapes)
“Nashville brothers Jamin and Jake Orrall are out to extract as much fun as possible from a growling guitar, stripped down drums, and antic-filled live show. The tracks on Heavy Days scorch by with huge fuzz, fiery tempos, chatty lyrics, and playing that's tighter than the jeans on Valencia. “ (San Francisco Weekly)
"Call it psychedelic rock. Call it grunge. Call it filthy rock 'n' roll. Whatever it is, Nashville duo Jeff The Brotherhood deliver it - in spades. The group's demented live show sees sweat, blood and who knows what else pouring out over the audience, as the Southern rockers wring out every ounce of feeling from their strings 'n' drums combo." (UK Clash)
“JEFF The Brotherhood took my breathe away. Yes, I am sure I sound passé and a bit melodramatic, but I can assure you that until you have seen them live you do not understand and will not understand how great they truly are. They sounded like Sabbath (off of War Pigs) and The Strange Boys with a sound all there own.” (Avanta Bird)
“Jake and Jamin Orrall channel surf, psych, power pop and the hopped-up ramalama of Motorhead and the Ramones and, thankfully, it comes out sounding pumped and fizzy and fresh” (Buzzbands LA)
“a fast paced, rhythm driven, kick drum thumping, organ droning, convulsive dance inducing testament to indie rock.” (Beyond Race)
“Think this is “heavy”? Try “obliterating.” (Self Titled)
"The new champions of good time, feel good grungy rock, complete with industrial guitar distortion and tightly packed Barracudas percussion. Jeff The Brotherhood are squeezing out the remaining warmth from this years final months, heroically preserving the summer. "(Mojophenia)
"Jeff The Brotherhood takes some elements of classic rock and pop music and, well, leaves them alone, because theyʼre smart." (The New Gay)
Okay, now add this one to your collection of classic rock.


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