Warble Womb. The singer then begins to clean out brains with hazy vocals and a woozy fluttering of wah-wah guitar as Steve Kille lowers the boom with side-winding bass lines and drummer Juan Londono hammers the loose edges down. “I was surely told your love is a curse but to do without is 1,000 times worse,” Simon laments on “1000 Dreams,” a mélange of swirling arpeggios and dreamy vocals, which surges in volume as the snaky tendrils of guitar erupt into full-blown power chords. Once based in Washington, D.C., Dead Meadow have only deepened their mix of psychedelic mystery and hard-rock force after relocating to L.A.
“Come clean out your dirty brain any old way that you can,” Jason Simon beseeches on the first song, “Six to Let the Light Shine Thru,” from Dead Meadow’s most recent album,