In Today’s article we are writing about how to make a lovely Rhubarb strudel that’ll leave a lovely melting taste in your mouth… wait wrong website.
Glasgow stoner doom band, The Rhubarb, have released a brand new music video for their track ‘Part Time Suicide’ which was lifted from their most recent EP ‘Black Sun’.
Since the beginning of The Rhubarb, the band have been baking delicious tracks since 2015 and have been growing support from acts such as Black Moth, Lord Dying, Mantis Toboggan, Skandal and Juniper Grave to Strauss. The band have said they’re influenced by the likes of Black Sabbath, Electric Wizard, Sleep, High on Fire & Hawkwind. Which explains why they’re truly tasty to listen to. (Okay we’ll stop with the puns now).
The band have also received positive feedback from multiple media outlets such as HRH Rock Radio, MMH Radio & Metal Temple as well as gaining popularity on multiple Spotify playlists.
According to the band, ‘Part Time Suicide’ lyrics promote free love and LGBT Rights for the world. When listening to the single it takes us back in time to the likes of Black Sabbath, although of course Ozzy Osbourne or Ronnie James Dio aren’t throwing up god like vocals on the tracks, but The Rhubarb certainly have created their own sound that we are sure many will fall in love with upon listening to the new track.
In all honesty, to us it does sound like they’ve been going for quite some time. It has been 5 years but even some of the now bigger artists have taken longer to get the sound that The Rhubarb have produced, we absolutely love it. It’s so well put together and the 2 vocalists, whilst sounding very different, as well as standing out at times, work well together & combining the two with the awesome riff that will now be in our heads for the entire week now, creates a Sabbath worthy atmosphere.
Overall, The Rhubarb are here to stay and have officially become apart of our own personal Spotify playlists. They may not be electrifying but they’re a ticking time bomb that will become explosive soon enough.
How many skulls out of 10?