Prodigious garage riffster Ty Segall has a side-project called FUZZ which, after a series of singles, is set to release a full-length album. It’s called FUZZ, which is appropriate, descriptive, and fundamentally considerate: If you don’t like stomping psych rock heavy on riffs that are, yes, fuzzed up, steer clear of “Loose Sutres.” If the protean era of rock/metal appeals to you, though — the riffs of Iommi and Page, blues-based licks masked in distortion pedals and Ginger Baker grooves — then we have an MP3 for you, here:

(via CoS)

FUZZ is out 10/1 via In The Red.

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