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Formed: 2003 (11 years ago)


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BARONESS' expansive new double album, Yellow & Green, announces the re-awakening of the Savannah rock giant. Yellow & Green marks the band's development into more than just giants of the metal underground; they are now fully formed hard rock titans. Fans of the band have come to expect nothing less than constant evolution from BARONESS and that is precisely what the band has delivered, but in ways no-one could have anticipated: the hooks are immediately seared into your brain, riffs that take just one listen to fully lodge themselves in your consciousness and vocals that are sung both heavily ... Read more

BARONESS' expansive new double album, Yellow & Green, announces the re-awakening of the Savannah rock giant. Yellow & Green marks the band's development into more than just giants of the metal underground; they are now fully formed hard rock titans. Fans of the band have come to expect nothing less than constant evolution from BARONESS and that is precisely what the band has delivered, but in ways no-one could have anticipated: the hooks are immediately seared into your brain, riffs that take just one listen to fully lodge themselves in your consciousness and vocals that are sung both heavily and beautifully. Some songs are more delicate than Baroness ever hinted to before while others are straight up arena rockers—yet all along Yellow & Green is unmistakably the Baroness that the world has come to love and look to for Record Of The Year quality rock and roll. At no risk of hyperbole Baroness’ ‘Yellow & Green’ is on a very short list as one of the new millennium’s best rock records.

BARONESS’ mission statement has always been simple: keep an open mind, confront challenges, avoid repetition and take the music to diverse audiences. BARONESS toured constantly and extensively for two years straight with Blue Record, sharing the stage with such bands as METALLICA, MASTODON, DEFTONES, and ISIS. The band also played a variety of festivals, including Coachella (US), Oya (Norway), Bonnaroo (US) and Soundwave (AUS).

BARONESS took the year off in 2011 for the first time in nearly a decade in order to focus on writing a new and more challenging third full-length. After a year of writing and refining, the band entered Water Music Studios in Hoboken, NJ with co-producer John Congleton to record their highly anticipated third full-length, Yellow & Green. Tracked in both Hoboken and Congleton’s own Elmwood Studio in Dallas, TX, the new full-length was released in July 2012 via Relapse Records and debuted at #30 on Billboard's Top 200 Album chart. The double-album was dubbed a "thrilling hard-rock epic" by Rolling Stone, the New York Times said the 18-track release included "a grand sprawl of riffs and ruminations" and Artist Direct, after awarding the band "Rock Band of the Year" honors said "they epitomize the spirit of the greats like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, while remaining wholly unique. It's something we need more of. Baroness are everything that a rock band should be -- and more."

The band supported the album with a sold-out North American tour as direct support for Meshuggah and a main stage appearance at Metallica’s inaugural Orion Music + More Fest. In late July, they headed to Europe for a round of summer festival appearances and headlining dates which was tragically cut short due to a near fatal bus accident in Bath, England. The band and crew suffered a variety of injuries in the 30 foot plummet and have been at different stages of recovery since.

As the year came to a close, Baroness dominated year-end lists with Entertainment Weekly and Spin both naming Yellow & Green their #1 metal release of 2012 and iTunes awarding "Take My Bones Away" the distinction of best metal song of the year. Decibel (#2), Guitar World (#15), Loudwire (#4), Magnet (#12), Pitchfork (#3 on Metal Albums, #25 Best Albums of 2012), Revolver (#4), Stereogum (#18) and the Village Voice (#6) also gave the album top honors.

Internationally, the album fared similarly, receiving top honors from Terrorizer (#2), BBC Music (#13), Metal Hammer Germany (#4), Metal Hammer Norway (#4), Metal Hammer UK (#14), Close Up Sweden (#4) and Visions Germany (#4).

2013 is the year that Baroness will get back on their feet and come back stronger than ever. The band is planning a series of shows and festival appearances to show the world that even the worst of tragedies cannot hold them back.

BARONESS is:

Allen Blickle- drums
Summer Welch – bass
John Baizley – guitars, vocals
Peter Adams – guitars

BARONESS online:

http://www.MySpace.com/YourBaroness
http://www.facebook.com/yourbaroness

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

BARONESS' expansive new double album, Yellow & Green, announces the re-awakening of the Savannah rock giant. Yellow & Green marks the band's development into more than just giants of the metal underground; they are now fully formed hard rock titans. Fans of the band have come to expect nothing less than constant evolution from BARONESS and that is precisely what the band has delivered, but in ways no-one could have anticipated: the hooks are immediately seared into your brain, riffs that take just one listen to fully lodge themselves in your consciousness and vocals that are sung both heavily and beautifully. Some songs are more delicate than Baroness ever hinted to before while others are straight up arena rockers—yet all along Yellow & Green is unmistakably the Baroness that the world has come to love and look to for Record Of The Year quality rock and roll. At no risk of hyperbole Baroness’ ‘Yellow & Green’ is on a very short list as one of the new millennium’s best rock records.

BARONESS’ mission statement has always been simple: keep an open mind, confront challenges, avoid repetition and take the music to diverse audiences. BARONESS toured constantly and extensively for two years straight with Blue Record, sharing the stage with such bands as METALLICA, MASTODON, DEFTONES, and ISIS. The band also played a variety of festivals, including Coachella (US), Oya (Norway), Bonnaroo (US) and Soundwave (AUS).

BARONESS took the year off in 2011 for the first time in nearly a decade in order to focus on writing a new and more challenging third full-length. After a year of writing and refining, the band entered Water Music Studios in Hoboken, NJ with co-producer John Congleton to record their highly anticipated third full-length, Yellow & Green. Tracked in both Hoboken and Congleton’s own Elmwood Studio in Dallas, TX, the new full-length was released in July 2012 via Relapse Records and debuted at #30 on Billboard's Top 200 Album chart. The double-album was dubbed a "thrilling hard-rock epic" by Rolling Stone, the New York Times said the 18-track release included "a grand sprawl of riffs and ruminations" and Artist Direct, after awarding the band "Rock Band of the Year" honors said "they epitomize the spirit of the greats like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, while remaining wholly unique. It's something we need more of. Baroness are everything that a rock band should be -- and more."

The band supported the album with a sold-out North American tour as direct support for Meshuggah and a main stage appearance at Metallica’s inaugural Orion Music + More Fest. In late July, they headed to Europe for a round of summer festival appearances and headlining dates which was tragically cut short due to a near fatal bus accident in Bath, England. The band and crew suffered a variety of injuries in the 30 foot plummet and have been at different stages of recovery since.

As the year came to a close, Baroness dominated year-end lists with Entertainment Weekly and Spin both naming Yellow & Green their #1 metal release of 2012 and iTunes awarding "Take My Bones Away" the distinction of best metal song of the year. Decibel (#2), Guitar World (#15), Loudwire (#4), Magnet (#12), Pitchfork (#3 on Metal Albums, #25 Best Albums of 2012), Revolver (#4), Stereogum (#18) and the Village Voice (#6) also gave the album top honors.

Internationally, the album fared similarly, receiving top honors from Terrorizer (#2), BBC Music (#13), Metal Hammer Germany (#4), Metal Hammer Norway (#4), Metal Hammer UK (#14), Close Up Sweden (#4) and Visions Germany (#4).

2013 is the year that Baroness will get back on their feet and come back stronger than ever. The band is planning a series of shows and festival appearances to show the world that even the worst of tragedies cannot hold them back.

BARONESS is:

Allen Blickle- drums
Summer Welch – bass
John Baizley – guitars, vocals
Peter Adams – guitars

BARONESS online:

http://www.MySpace.com/YourBaroness
http://www.facebook.com/yourbaroness

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

BARONESS' expansive new double album, Yellow & Green, announces the re-awakening of the Savannah rock giant. Yellow & Green marks the band's development into more than just giants of the metal underground; they are now fully formed hard rock titans. Fans of the band have come to expect nothing less than constant evolution from BARONESS and that is precisely what the band has delivered, but in ways no-one could have anticipated: the hooks are immediately seared into your brain, riffs that take just one listen to fully lodge themselves in your consciousness and vocals that are sung both heavily and beautifully. Some songs are more delicate than Baroness ever hinted to before while others are straight up arena rockers—yet all along Yellow & Green is unmistakably the Baroness that the world has come to love and look to for Record Of The Year quality rock and roll. At no risk of hyperbole Baroness’ ‘Yellow & Green’ is on a very short list as one of the new millennium’s best rock records.

BARONESS’ mission statement has always been simple: keep an open mind, confront challenges, avoid repetition and take the music to diverse audiences. BARONESS toured constantly and extensively for two years straight with Blue Record, sharing the stage with such bands as METALLICA, MASTODON, DEFTONES, and ISIS. The band also played a variety of festivals, including Coachella (US), Oya (Norway), Bonnaroo (US) and Soundwave (AUS).

BARONESS took the year off in 2011 for the first time in nearly a decade in order to focus on writing a new and more challenging third full-length. After a year of writing and refining, the band entered Water Music Studios in Hoboken, NJ with co-producer John Congleton to record their highly anticipated third full-length, Yellow & Green. Tracked in both Hoboken and Congleton’s own Elmwood Studio in Dallas, TX, the new full-length was released in July 2012 via Relapse Records and debuted at #30 on Billboard's Top 200 Album chart. The double-album was dubbed a "thrilling hard-rock epic" by Rolling Stone, the New York Times said the 18-track release included "a grand sprawl of riffs and ruminations" and Artist Direct, after awarding the band "Rock Band of the Year" honors said "they epitomize the spirit of the greats like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, while remaining wholly unique. It's something we need more of. Baroness are everything that a rock band should be -- and more."

The band supported the album with a sold-out North American tour as direct support for Meshuggah and a main stage appearance at Metallica’s inaugural Orion Music + More Fest. In late July, they headed to Europe for a round of summer festival appearances and headlining dates which was tragically cut short due to a near fatal bus accident in Bath, England. The band and crew suffered a variety of injuries in the 30 foot plummet and have been at different stages of recovery since.

As the year came to a close, Baroness dominated year-end lists with Entertainment Weekly and Spin both naming Yellow & Green their #1 metal release of 2012 and iTunes awarding "Take My Bones Away" the distinction of best metal song of the year. Decibel (#2), Guitar World (#15), Loudwire (#4), Magnet (#12), Pitchfork (#3 on Metal Albums, #25 Best Albums of 2012), Revolver (#4), Stereogum (#18) and the Village Voice (#6) also gave the album top honors.

Internationally, the album fared similarly, receiving top honors from Terrorizer (#2), BBC Music (#13), Metal Hammer Germany (#4), Metal Hammer Norway (#4), Metal Hammer UK (#14), Close Up Sweden (#4) and Visions Germany (#4).

2013 is the year that Baroness will get back on their feet and come back stronger than ever. The band is planning a series of shows and festival appearances to show the world that even the worst of tragedies cannot hold them back.

BARONESS is:

Allen Blickle- drums
Summer Welch – bass
John Baizley – guitars, vocals
Peter Adams – guitars

BARONESS online:

http://www.MySpace.com/YourBaroness
http://www.facebook.com/yourbaroness

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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