The Watchers, with their Black Sabbath meets Grunge, take no prisoners sound have blasted onto the scene with their debut EP, Sabbath Highway. An energetic, fresh take on riff rock that has to be heard to be believed. It raw and yet refined at the same time and could possibly herald a new era of explosive rock n’ roll.
Bay Area heavy rockers The Watchers signed to Ripple Music for the release of their Sabbath Highway debut EP. Founded by members of SpiralArms and Orchid, they’re a four-piece who wear their love of fuzz on their sleeve.
Sabbath Highway — presumably named for the stretch of road upon which The Watchers are burning asphalt in their four-seater riff-fueled fuzzcycle — is the absolute first release from the band, which is comprised of vocalist Tim Narducci and bassist Cornbread (both formerly of SpiralArms), guitarist Jeremy Epp and drummer Carter Kennedy (Orchid). It’s no surprise that seasoned players would have an idea of what they want to do with their sound, their love of heavy rock spans about four decades’ worth of influence, from then to now, and they’re looking to make their mark as a unit starting with these five tracks.
Tim Narducci – Vocals
Jeremy Von Eppic – Guitars
Cornbread – Bass
Carter Kennedy – Drums