The Legend Of Bigfoot
- Underwater Man
- Seize a Ship
- Lonesome Being
Previously Self Released in 2010 on CD, is now available for download world-wide.
The Legend of Bigfoot: Keepers Of The Sacred Flame
Named after their homeland’s favorite mythical creature, who also happens to be a common topic of interest among band members, Tacoma Washington’s The Legend of Bigfoot have done much for gaining a name for themselves as well. Drawing influences from classic artistssuch as Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath, to more modern ones such as Radiohead and Screaming Trees, one can get the idea of their sonic landscape: It’s hard rock in a psychedelic world, spacey themes meeting murky forest stomps, and if you hear a touch of pop sensibilities thrown in there, well that’s just the way they like it.
Born in the Summer of 2009 by founding members Mike Krushka(lead vocals, bass) and Jason Flom(lead guitar), the LOB have been delivering the goods to packed clubs and festivals around the Northwest, recording and self-releasing a debut EP all the while. That self-titled EP(set for re-release on Strange Earth Records) has had 3 of its 4 tracks played considerably on major Seattle radio such as KISW and the now defunct Funky Monkey. The track “Humanoids” in particular winningthe KISW Cockfight 3 consecutive nights in December 2010.
Personnel changes in early 2011 brought in new members Jimmy Hughs(drums) and Nate Rich(guitar) both of which have only helped to solidify the power and unified focus. It’s this line-up that is currently recording their debut full length record, with a little help from ally Van Conner (Screaming Trees/Valis). Look for said release in early 2012 tentatively titled “Keepers Of The Sacred Flame”.