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Omega Sun

Slovenian heavy fuzz rockers Omega Sun started in 2013 as an
instrumental duo and after few rehearsals morphed into a proper four
piece band with vocals. As of then Omega Sun played numerous gigs, also
sharing the stage with Dopethrone, Unida, Kylesa, Stoner Kebab, Yawning
Man, Three Eyes Left etc.

the time in between all of that the band released is an instrumental
demo from late 2013 and soon after in 2014 their first proper song as a
four piece (with vocals) „Early Morning“.

some turmoil in 2017 Omega Sun finally managed to record their debut
full length „Opium For The Masses“; now as a power trio consisting of
Igor (vocals, bass), Seba (drums) and Aris (guitar).

2019 the band „accidentaly“ embarked on their first world tour playing
shorter tour runs over Europe and the USA.  In the meantime the band is
also working on new material which is planned to be released in 2020.



Amp-walls, aluminium guitars and an arsenal of fuzz pedals. That’s
the formula of success of Swanmay’s bassy & fuzzed out
After dozens of shows all over Europe as support for Kadavar,
Truckfighters, Brant Bjork, Elder, The Atomic Bitchwax, My Sleeping
Karma, Ufommamut amm. the three Fuzzgeeks have released their debut LP
„Stoner Circus“ on April 20th, 2017 via Independent Audio Management and
they deliver the soundtrack for all supporters of the 420-movement.

To describe the steel-city trio properly, you simply have to chug a
bottle of Jack and – after a decent burp – deliberately cite Lemmy
wrong: ‚Stoned dead forever’. It is not necessarily the Death Valley,
though after duty hours even the Voest seems to work on a DeLorean
variation which isn’t fed by 1,21 gigawatt from a nuclear reactor,
therefor fuzzes with a proper dose home-made mushrooms and sand in the
drive into nirvana and eventually lingers somewhere between cactus and
cattle bones.


Stoner-Rock-Night: Omega Sun | Swanmay 13.5 € / Ticket
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