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The Top 25 Beers of 2014 as Presented by El Drugstore Guitarist Kevin Conway – GearGods

Life is way too short to drink shitty beer: We’re taking another resurfacing breath from winter vacation today to bring you this most important of lists. Because odds are that you’re celebrating New Year’s Eve, and statistically speaking you probably … Continue reading

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Gonzo Circus reviews “Plague Ship”

“We horen een gevecht tussen Cynic en Orthrelm, een gevecht tussen drie tovenaars die een soort technische metal spelen die er geen is. EL DRUGSTORE zit op de grens van metal en mathrock, lekker ingewikkeld maar toch uitnodigend tot headbangen.” … Continue reading

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In Your Speakers reviews “Plague Ship”

“For the times that feel like you could bounce off the walls out of sheer frustration, pick any track from this white knuckled ball of fury, and an outlet will be found.” – In Your Speakers

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Ondes Choc reviews “Plague Ship”

“Tout au long de l’album, El Drugstore mélange la folie et la technique, de façon ingénieuse et bien dosée, de sorte que l’écoute de l’album complet peut mener à la démence ou à l’internement… Je vous aurez au moins prévenu!” … Continue reading

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The Midlands Rocks reviews “Plague Ship”

“Plague Ship is a perverse ten-track trip through psychotically-calculated musical bedlam. […] Who knew there were so many ‘wrong-sounding’ chords? More importantly, who knew they could feel so right?” – The Midlands Rocks

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Church of the Riff reviews “Plague Ship”

“Click play, sit the fuck down and pay attention for the next ~50 minutes. No breathing room, no respite, just some of the best heavy music you’ll hear all month.” – Church of the Riff

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OneMetal reviews “Plague Ship”

“EL DRUGSTORE is a dizzying, disorienting listen – […] what might happen if Converge, Botch and Mastodon got together to score a soundtrack for a particularly harrowing episode of Itchy & Scratchy.” – OneMetal

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This Is Not A Scene reviews “Plague Ship”

“Make no mistake, El Drugstore’s first full length offering, Plague Ship, is awesome. The level of musicianship within El Drugstore is mind boggling. Each note is lovingly crafted. Each bar has a purpose. What Kandinsky did with colour and lines, … Continue reading

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No Clean Singing reviews “Plague Ship”

“EL DRUGSTORE often reminds me of the mind-numbing dexterity and style of fellow instrumental metallers Electro Quarterstaff, both structurally and riff/drum-wise, especially during “Wheel Of Sadness” and “The Natives Are Getting Useless”, and at certain parts of other songs. The … Continue reading

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Metal Injection reviews “Plague Ship”

“[EL DRUGSTORE] are a difficult band to compare to because so many bands come to mind like old Mastodon, The Fall of Troy, and even High on Fire. However, they are more technical than most of those bands. Most instrumental … Continue reading

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