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The July shows are playing while we are at festivals and on the beach!

Artist Info

Beak

Beak
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are multiple artists with this name:

1.) Beak are a current 4 Piece Atmospheric Sludge Metal Band from Chicago, USA (this Beak doesn't have the > at the end of their name)

Beak are classified as a Atmospheric Sludge or Post-Metal band but they blend Death, Hardcore, Doom, Sludge, and Thrash Metal into their own style of Post-Metal.

Beak have just released "EYRIE" – A 5 song 25 minute EP with Sludge/Post-Metal vibes that blends all of the other genres listed before


2.) Back in the mid-14th century, Beak was willed into existence by a four-headed green dragon named Ricardo II the Powerful. The dragon was immediately pleased with his manifestation and began teaching the entity how to play guitar. The guitar is an extremely rare 14-string 8th century Mendosa Nomad model, boasting a 4 foot long fretboard equipped with strings woven from over 3000 bald eagle eggs. Beak immediately learned to wail savagely on the guitar, but to this day is no match to his master Ricardo II. This is why Beak invented the computer back in the 1850s; he desparately needed processing technology capable of doing his 14 string Mendosa Nomad appropriate justice and thereby surpassing the abilities of his virtuoso dragon mentor. Aided by the magic of digital computing, Beak records his unique guitar stylings into discrete packets of 0s and 1s, layers them on top of each other in the most advanced of all electronic editing software, Goldwave, and releases the songs free to the public in the most generous display of altruism ever witnessed by human beings.
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