Ty Segall stays plenty busy on his own, but he also plays drums in Fuzz, the Bay Area power trio that also features Moonhearts’ Charlie Moothart and Meatbodies’ Chad Ubovich. Next week, they’ll release sophomore album II, the follow-up to their shitkicking 2013 self-titled debut. II is nearly 70 minutes long, and it’s full of colossal elephant-stomp grooves. Fuzz don’t sound like a current band; they sound like some unholy fusion of Black Sabbath and Blue Cheer. And if you think that sounds pretty righteous, you are exactly right. We’ve already posted two songs, “Pollinate” and “Rat Race.” But now NPR has posted a stream, and you can hear the whole monstrosity below.
II is out 10/23 on In The Red.