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Chron Goblin

From the smoke-filled rooms of university to beer-stained stages across western Canada and abroad, Chron Goblin have been spreading the stoke wherever they go. Filling bars and venues alike since their 2009 inception, the party-hardened four-piece have amassed a loyal fan base with their addictive on-stage energy as well as two intoxicating rock concoctions: a self-titled EP in 2010 and 2011’s acclaimed full-length One Million From The Top.

Since then, the band has proved their well-earned notoriety with by landing gigs with some of the biggest names in heavy music, including Vista Chino (ex-Kyuss), Orange Goblin, Weedeater, Black Pussy, 3 Inches of Blood, Bison B.C., and The Devin Townsend Project. In the spring of 2013, their talents won them the coveted contest-spot at Desertfest London, making them the first Canadians to grace the stage of the sought-after stoner-rock gold Camden festival.

This demand stems in no small part from Chron Goblin’s artful, yet accessible blend of influences ranging from riff-rock to rockabilly, Sabbath to Stray Cats. With no style-boundaries to bind them, the group avoids self-imposed stagnancy and embrace evolution.

Always looking forward, guitarist Devin “Darty” Purdy, drummer Brett Whittingham, bassist Richard Hepp, and vocalist Josh Sandulak released their debut music video for “Bring Your Idols” in early 2013, and sophomore album Life For The Living will be released on September 20, 2013. In the meantime, check out Life For The Living’s first single, “Deserter” and the band’s notoriously rowdy live performances with their beer-smoking brethren. Although Chron Goblin are comfortable being One Million From The Top of the rock ‘n’ roll scene, that number gets increasingly smaller every day.

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