Teacher

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HappyJack
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HappyJack Tapped into the vein of Rock & Roll. Crunchy blues, beautiful harmonies and the right amount of grit and cowbell. As undefinable as the appeal of a rumbling Harley. Teacher have cracked the books to make one hell of a rock album. This is easily one of the best albums of the year. If it's not perfect it's pretty dam close. Don't get left behind. Pick up a copy!
Bucky
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Bucky Listen up kids for you're about to be indoctrinated with a healthy lesson of classic rock aided by blazing drums, pummeling guitar licks, and ragged vocal chops. Hailing to the forefathers of rock including Zep, Halen, and Cooper, Teacher portray their lecture loud and clear with a post-punk inspired exam on heavy groove. I'm hot for Teacher!
John Getze
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John Getze Riffs (check).Tone (check). At least two song titles with the word 'Hell' (check). These high priests of heavy lay down an epic, hardened syllabus of unholy ass shake that's hands down the best record of the year. Comprised of veterans of the infamous early-90s Stoner Rock scene, Teacher's first lesson oscillates between heavy grooves with intricate melodies and punishing riffs that will leave you gasping for air. 10/10 Favorite track: Stuck 2 My Dreamz.
Steve Rodger
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Steve Rodger Awesome saturated stoner blues from the great Pacific North West delta... Favorite track: Don't Die On Me Now.
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TEACHER

Stuck 2 My Dreamz
Smile, You're In Hell
Heavy Metal Parking Lot 1979
Triangle Of Iron
Mean As Hell
Peripatetic Blues
Wildcard Jambalaya
Don't Die On Me Now
Panopticon
Home For The Summer

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released June 17, 2016

All songs written, recorded and produced by Teacher

Teacher:
Jonathan Ethan Mercer: Drums, Guitars, Vocals
Solomon Arye Rosenschein: Guitar, Vocals

Mastered by Tony Reed
Photos and Art Direction by Robert Klem
Layout by Matt Howl

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Teacher Seattle, Washington

Combining 70s inspired riffs, psychedelic pop harmonies, and double entendres, Teacher’s debut vinyl full-length drops June 17th on Pacific Northwest metal stronghold Devil’s Child Records. Robert Klem, renowned tattooer and artist behind the iconic Sleep’s Holy Mountain album cover handled the artwork. ... more

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