The Crown by Kyote Radio ft. Kyle Shutt: Review
All right people, let’s get into it, I’d like to express my gratitude for the absolute face-melter-fire-lava exploding-almost volcanic guitar tone, and that lively guitar solo that left me speechless. Kyote Radio are garage rockers, and they are absolutely killing it on their track The Crown. Kudos to Kyle Shutt, for his amazing solo!
Kyote Radio is a rock band located in Austin, Texas, with its roots in Terlingua, Texas. Micah Paredes, who serves as the band leader (and plays electric guitar, and lead vocals) is responsible for the dramatic and perceptive lyricism that the band is known for. There’s a genre called Stoner Rock, or Doom Metal, that reminded me so much of Kyote Radio’s hit song The Crown ft. Kyle Shutt. Along with intense riffs and a rumbling rhythm section that is led by bassist Nick Smith and drummer Wesley Riddle the band sound makes want to headbang and rock out. Kyote Radio combines elements of a variety of musical styles to create a force of nature. Some of the bands that have served as inspirations for the band include Black Sabbath, as well as Modest Mouse, two versatile bands in the history of rock and roll.
The voice of Micah is extremely powerful, and with the insane guitar play-through in the background, this band’s music is bound to hit the top charts one day. If you’re looking for a sound that is reminiscent of desert rock, then this band is for you, my friend.
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Photo credits: Victor Kulagin, Katie McDowell
Review by: Damien Reid