Unleashed in late spring, 2004, New Jersey’s Black Clouds play bracing rock music characterized by soaring melodies, dynamic arrangements and superior song craft. Hard, loud and impossibly catchy, the band has won a loyal following by lighting up clubs on both sides of the Hudson River. For fans of classic hard rock and alternative, the Black Clouds aim to bring danger, fun and deep lyricism back to rock and roll. To music lovers, nationwide, who have eagerly awaited the return of danceable, unpretentious rock, the Black Clouds have arrived. With a self-financed, self-produced album released in January of 2008, mixed and mastered by Jack Endino, known best for his work with Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney, these four motivated young musicians have set their sights very high. They worked ceaselessly to develop a sound that balances the creativity of indie rock with the professional acumen required to achieve mainstream success. -Patrick Veil
Wow, I've never read Vile sounding so professional. In any event, I got my hands on a copy of "Wishing Well" and listened to it recently. If you're one of those people who is still listening to early '90s grunge rock you should check this out. Its good, and you haven't heard it before, but its exactly what you want to hear.
Actually, I write far more professionally than that fucking faggot hack Patrick Veil. That guy's a prick.
RE: MySpace.com - The Black Clouds - Monmouth County, New Jersey - Rock / Alternative / Grunge - www.myspace.com/theblackclouds