Failed to bring the sound of “Space Rock” on June 3 to Pappe and Harriet

If music lovers could gather the best parts of 90s alternative rock made by bands like Tool, Helmet and Soundgarden and put them into one, it would be the failure group “Space Rock”.

The failure saw limited commercial success during the 1990s, but he achieved notoriety and criticism for his 1996 album “Fantastic Planet”, which inspired Paramore, Deftones, and Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland.

Musicians such as Billy Howardell of Perfect Circle, Maynard James Keenan of Tool, Bill Gold of Faith No More and many others praised the group. Tool has taken the band on tour as opening act several times.

The Los Angeles trio, which includes bassist Ken Andrews, bassist and bassist Greg Edwards and drummer Kelly Scott, will perform on June 3 at Papee and Harriet.

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