(Cincinnati, OH) – High Times Magazine praised rock trio Buffalo Killers‘ recent EP Ohio Grass in their latest issue. The band will be releasing a new album in 2014 via Sun Pedal Recordings. It was engineered and produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank) in his Cleveland, OH recording space Crushtone Studios.
“On the excellent EP Ohio Grass, Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers continue to swim in the swampy Midwestern groove that has made fans of the Black Crowes and fellow Ohioan Dan Auerbach. Heavy on the heavy and with plenty of hooks, the trio – led by brothers Andrew and Zachary Gabbard- manage to veer in just six songs from the pulsing, reverb-soaked reggae grunge (“Golden Eagle”) to baroque garage-waltz (“Some Other Kind”). On “Grow Your Own,” a dirge-y anthem to home gardening, Zachary yelps and wails like he’s singing though a mouthful of edibles.”
–Adam B Gerard
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About Buffalo Killers
Buffalo Killers are a southern style rock band comprising of brothers Zachary and Andrew Gabbard and Joseph Sebaali. They formed in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2006 and signed to Alive Records to release their self-titled debut album. The band drew the attention of Chris Robinson, who invited the band to open a string of dates for The Black Crowes in 2007. Following the tour, Buffalo Killers went in to the studio with Black Keys vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach who produced their second album Let it Ride in his Akron, OH studio.
Buffalo Killers released their third studio album appropriately titled 3 featuring the single Circle Day. The first thousand vinyl copies were released half on blue vinyl and half on purple. They followed that record up with Dig Sow Love Grow and the six song EP Ohio Grass. In 2013, the band signed to Sun Pedal Recordings and appeared at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, OH with Fun, Teagan & Sara, Walk the Moon, and more. Their fifth studio album wasrecorded in Cleveland, OH at Crushtone Studios with producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank) and will be released via Sun Pedal Recordings in 2014.