Reaching out from deep space, A call for exploration, a demand for unity.
Wormsmeat is here to teach you kids how to live in harmony and chaos all at the same time.
Living the blues, and making light of them with colors, light and textures that take you on a trip to the furthest reaches of the imagination.
Andrew Glasser - Drums
Manuel Ayala - Bass
Scott Koo - Guitar
Clifford Ferdon - Vox/Guitar
"Starbound" Single 2006 - Grand Illusion Records
Wormsmeat EP 2006 - Grand Illusion Records
"Neptune" Single - 2007
"Fumes From a Dead Scene" Comp - 2008
"4000 lb Phonecharger" Single - 2009
"For the Troops Comp" - 2009
WORMSMEAT AND FRIED CHICKEN
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"Dude, you dig Wormsmeat? They’re like, fatter-sounding and doomier than I expected. I bet these guy..."Dude, you dig Wormsmeat? They’re like, fatter-sounding and doomier than I expected. I bet these guys totally love Lord of the Rings and southern fried chicken."
-Decibel Magazine (We’re still trying to figure this one out)
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"The truth here is that Wormsmeat is pretty damn good...splicing together metallic guitar solos, pro..."The truth here is that Wormsmeat is pretty damn good...splicing together metallic guitar solos, progressive song structure, spaced out textures and some moments of groovy doom. The vocals are a bit on the strange side but get stuck in your head after a few listens. Vocalist Cliff sounds as if he’s joking around a bit in a Green Jelly kind of sense without the falsetto. Oftentimes it’s as if he’s rambling out the lyrics after downing a pint of Wild Turkey for inspiration.
Of their material; “Missionary Man” is chockfull of metal lead guitar with a good deal of doom tinged grooves, “High Art” is the standout that pummels through a trudging first half then injects a galloping dose of guitar gusto near the end and finally “Neptune” has more than its share of Motorhead laced punk/metal underneath the hood. Nice to have some Wormsmeat debauchery finally on disc and I’ll be on the lookout for more of their recordings in the near future. They certainly handle their metal with a tongue-in-cheek approach but keep things serious enough to have true listening merit. The guitar solos are nothing short of badass and the whole band is tight; good stuff."
P5!'s Pussy Magazine
"These guys kick soooo much ass!"
Holy of Holy's
"Wormsmeat are my new holy trinity of rock and roll noise!"
Our seat are any where from 1/2 hour to 2 hours
We do mostly originals. Like "Lunar Love Jam" "Highrize Zombies" "Starbound" "Missionary Man" "4000lb phone charger" "High Art" "Hangman"
"They're all gone".
As well as some classic covers like "Black Sabbath" "Dirt Deeds" "Whole lotta love" "Tales of Brave Ulysses" "Swablr".
We start to play and improvise from song to song.
Engaging the audience while playing by singing talking and telling one liners.
There are no upcoming dates at this time.