Gallery is tagged as: sludge, rock, crust, jazz, sludge metal
There are 7 bands with the name “Gallery”:
1) Gallery was a soft rock band of the 1970s. It was formed in Detroit, Michigan by Jim Gold. While Gallery did record a good amount of songs, they are most famous for their 1972 song called “(It’s So) Nice to Be with You,” released by Sussex Records, which earned the band a gold record for sales of one million copies. Gallery also had a hit in 1972 with a cover of Mac Davis’ “I Believe in Music,” which charted moderately well at number 22. Gallery had still a third hit in 1972 with a song that cracked the bottom reaches of the Top 40 called Big City Miss Ruth Ann.
2) Gallery is a band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in early 2009 featuring members of BrucexCampbell and Filth Tribe. The band’s signature style ‘Slench’ features a blend of sludge / doom metal and hardcore / crust punk. Lyrical themes feature politically and socially conscious commentary on the human condition. They have recently completed a full-length album available free for download, as has been their tradition with earlier releases.
2011 Release “Anno Exitium” - Free Download http://www.kuhlfx.com/gallery/gallery_anno_exitium.zip|http://www.myspace.com/gallerysludge
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