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Keepers of the Gloom
  • Artist: Lazy Lane
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707032405
  • Item #: SRD703240
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1/18/2005
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Keepers of the Gloom on CD

Lurking in the underground music scene of Pittsburgh Pa, Lazy Lane's fresh visionary eyes are set for the groundbreaking of their very own brand new edge of music. The once unknown band slowly cooked up a myriad of dark, eerie, spellbinding songs that would haunt the airwaves of Internet radio and begin to snowball a devoted cult following around the world. Quickly after posting their demos, Lazy Lane's streams and downloads totaling over 53,000 rocketed all of their tracks into Mp3.com's top 40 charts. Following the buzz, Barcelona, Spain's Butterfly Records released a limited edition 7' vinyl that debuted their first EP in June 2002. Their first full-length album 'The ChiLLs' was released on the 4th of July 2003, followed by 'Keepers of the Gloom' in December 2004. Armed with Aaron Richardson on electric bass and Aaron Simmons on drums, Lily Lane (vocalist/keyboardist) unveils a diary of demented fairytales and frightening synthesizer sounds. The accompaniment of the guitar mastermind Greg Ballato fused with Lily's haunting vocals and synths creates an aura that will seize the your mind and take you on a psychotic trip through worlds of darkness and illusion. Masters of improvisation and psychedelic mayhem, Lazy Lane mesmerizes the audience and captivates the listener, while vintage guitars, turntables & synthesizers illustrate Lazy Lane has...no boundaries.