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Telekinetic Yeti / Stinking Lizaveta / Rifflord / Beast Eagle at Cosmic Eye Brewing

stoner / doom / metal show at Cosmic Eye Brewing in Lincoln, NE

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Telekinetic Yeti / Stinking Lizaveta / Rifflord / Beast Eagle at Cosmic Eye Brewing
Telekinetic Yeti / Stinking Lizaveta / Rifflord / Beast Eagle at Cosmic Eye Brewing

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Jul 29, 2023, 7:00 PM – Jul 30, 2023, 11:00 PM

Cosmic Eye Brewing , 6800 P St #300, Lincoln, NE 68505, USA

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Black Heart Booking presents....

Telekinetic Yeti - Psych / Doom / Sludge from Iowa

https://telekineticyeti.bandcamp.com/

https://www.facebook.com/telekineticyetiband

Stinking Lizaveta - stoner / doom metal from Philadelphia

https://stinkinglizavetaofficial.bandcamp.com/

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100024004938683

RIFFLORD - rock'n'roll / doom /psych from Minneapolis / Sioux Falls

http://rifflord.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/rifflordusa

Beast Eagle - loud heavy music from Omaha

https://www.facebook.com/BEASTEAGLENE/

https://open.spotify.com/artist/6T2WnrGJi6kohbakTrgmu0?si=PUPNkydrQ5Okur_1UeK7bg

All Ages Show

$15 advance / $20 day of show

7 PM

at Cosmic Eye Brewing

6800 P St #300,

Lincoln, NE 68505

Based out of Iowa, Telekinetic Yeti is a two-man band that delivers sonic brutality

melded with psychedelic doom wizardry, forged by the worship of the almighty riff and

honed by relentless touring and dedication to their craft.

Creating music as cryptically enchanting as it is heavy, you wouldn't guess that the

impressive cacophony pouring out of the speakers like molten, metal syrup is being

produced by only two people. Founder and guitarist Alex Baumann explains, “Originally

I decided not to have a bass player purely for logistical reasons, it was just another

schedule to work around, another person who’s boss could tell us we can’t tour, but

then I started seeing it as a challenge, like let’s see how heavy we can make it with just

two people.”

That started grabbing peoples' attention. Relentless touring and playing pretty much any

club that would have them, the band set sail on their epic voyage, selling their debut

album Abominable out of their van and cutting their teeth in the underground playing

hundreds of shows. All the while receiving rave reviews of their live performance as well

as their first release, which landed at #2 on the doom charts and stayed right there for

months. The Sludgelord called the eight-song album “a f***ing monster from start to

finish,” and The Obelisk, including the album in their year-end, best of list, dubbed it the

“debut of the year,” and said “it could have been another band’s second or third record

for the level of cohesion on display.” The video for “Stoned and Feathered” quickly

racked up a few hundred thousand views and counting. It was at this time that

Telekinetic Yeti caught the attention of Ozzy Osbourne bass player, Blasko, who named

Abominable on his “5 favorites” list. People were starting to catch on, and soon

thereafter Telekinetic Yeti would be invited to tour extensively with some of the best

heavy rock bands in the business, including Clutch, Black Label Society, Red Fang and

Weedeater.

Now the band finds itself in a much different, auspicious position, and with the help of

famed producer Phillip Cope (Baroness, Kylesa, Damad, Black Tusk et al), Telekinetic

Yeti returns with their eagerly-anticipated, second full-length album, Primordial.

With this release, the band takes their game to a whole new level. Primordial explores

themes as diverse as evolution, sorcery, black magic and the contradictions of the

gloriously uplifting yet simultaneously melancholic human condition. "I wanted to write

something that was an appropriate intro to the album, that brought to mind an early

earth setting and featured atmospheric elements as well as some droning, sparse

simplicity and lyrically, simple imagery regarding the dawn of humankind and creation of

the first tools." explains Baumann of the title track.

As it unfolds, the album evolves into a cathartic exploration turning themes into tangible

sounds and haunting fugues. Says Baumann regarding the inspiration behind “Beast”:

"This song is about wanting to escape the societal constraints that keep us on the

wheel, toiling away, indefinitely. It's also about questioning authority figures, or really

anyone that claims to have all the answers."

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