| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Tim Wenger

Sublingual take a few different styles that are quite familiar to rock fans and mesh them up into one cohesive sound, keeping the listener on their toes while never feeling at odds. Grunge rock with progressive guitar licks and Queens of the Stone Age-meets-Perfect Circle vocals make for a not only complex, but fun, take on modern rock.

Taking the rapid fire drumming and throbbing guitar lines that make stoner rock so appealing and mashing them up with their own original style, Sublingual is truly a unique sound to the Denver scene- in a market dominated by indie rock, it is nice to see some fresh air and know that at a venue just up the street it is possible to catch a band that isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd.


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