John Garcia and the Band of Gold released their self-titled record in 2012. This album evokes Californian grounds, sounds, and feelings. It reflects the artist’s artistic spirit and draws upon the many influences he cultivated throughout his career. This album is an enjoyable listen no matter what the situation, and it is worth a spin for fans of rock music. There’s something for every musical taste on this record.
John Garcia has reunited with his former backing musicians for his new album, titled John Garcia and the Band of Gold. The album features nine tracks, including four Kyuss covers. This album also includes instrumentals and a catchy collection of fuzz-rockers. The first track, “Space Vato,” is a mellow, instrumental track that builds into a pounding headbanger. The rhythm is reminiscent of BLACK SABBATH’s classic “Children of the Grave,” and the songs are catchy.
In 2006, Garcia collaborated with the all-female stoner band Misdemeanor on a track called “Born Too Slow.” The song was released as the lead single on Legion of Boom. The song has since become a popular favorite among fans of The Crystal Method, and it has been performed live on several occasions. Unlike previous albums, this one has been re-released multiple times.
After the release of his debut solo album, Garcia worked with other artists on various projects. In 2008, he collaborated with Belgian stoner band Arsenal on the “Lotuk” EP. His voice was heard on the video, as well as on their “Between the Days.” In 2009, the guitarist collaborated with the hard-rock band Karma to Burn for a song entitled “Blood.” In 2016, he teamed up with Mondo Generator for a song called “Blood”, and he also appeared on their latest studio album, The Band of Gold.
The band’s second album features the same backing musicians that Garcia worked with on his 2017 album. The album’s title, “Battlefield of Dreams”, features a number of acoustic songs as well as songs featuring vocals from Garcia. The song, “Space Vato”, opens the album with bass lines drenched in feedback, and quickly transitions into a headbanger with a beat reminiscent of BLACK SABBATH’s “Children of the Grave.”
The band regrouped with its original backing musicians on the 2017 album. The band recorded two tracks that featured acoustic versions of KYUSS covers. The band also teamed up with Mondo Generator on their 2012 album Hell Comes to Your Heart. The band is a member of the Mondo Generation. He is a founding member of the group. He has collaborated with Mondo Generator on their second album, “Space Vato”.
John Garcia and his band of gold released their second album on September 19, 2018. The band was joined by the core backing musicians of the band’s debut album, which featured a number of acoustic covers. The latest album from Garcia and his team was released in November 2017. The new record is an excellent addition to the collection of heavy metal. The sound is crisp and the vocals are catchy.
After the breakup of the Kyuss band, Garcia decided to return to his roots and focus on his music. In addition to the original KYUSS material, he has worked with several artists. In 2010, he collaborated with the Swedish all-female stoner band Misdemeanor on the Five Wheel Drive EP. On their second album, “Jesus Beater”, Garcia and Homme collaborated with Mondo Generator.
Garcia has a long list of musical influences. He has been a member of the band Kyuss for nearly a decade and has released two studio albums. In addition to his solo career, he has collaborated with other artists on several projects. For example, he was a founding member of the “Founding Fathers of Stoner Rock” group with Brant Bjork.