Night Moves Covers Black Sabbath
Night Moves release their rendition of Black Sabbath’s “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.” Now a staple of their live set, the band rips through their own scorching version with singer John Pelant delivering a soaring vocal to match Ozzy’s original. On November 25th the band will close out Minneapolis’ legendary First Avenue.
Minneapolis-based band’s single follows Night Moves’ latest release, The Redaction EP, a short cinematic collage, harmoniously shaped together to create an EP that seamlessly blends psychedelia with a classic cozy twang. The Redaction includes the thrumming “As Innocent Looking As Candy,” a breathless meditation on gun violence, as well as “Feel Another Day,” “surreal” “Vulnerable Hours,” and “Fallacy Actually.”
Founded by guitarist/lead vocalist John Pelant and bassist Micky Alfano, and later joined by Mark Hanson and Charles Murlowski, Night Moves meld the sounds of classic rock with Americana, creating hooky cosmic sludge with a Nashville twang.
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