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Earth's early albums were usually recorded as a duo (Carlson and a bass guitarist), and could be seen as a variation of the experimental doom-influenced metal of The Melvins. Following a hiatus due to Carlson's personal problems, Earth reappeared with a markedly different sound. Their music was still slow-paced and lengthy, but now with Adrienne Davies on drums the music features strong elements of country music and jazz.

Earth, are pioneers of the drone/doom genre, making music that is heavier than heavy, using incredibly downtuned guitars and usually playing no more than a couple riffs per song.


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Drum Dungeon Bio - ADRIENNE DAVIES
Adrienne Davies is the current drummer and percussionist for the drone metal band Earth. Her boyfriend is Dylan Carlson, the lead guitarist of the same band.

She is credited for playing the drums on Living in the Gleam of an Unsheathed Sword (2005) and for drums, percussion, and wind chime on Hex (Or Printing in the Infernal Method) (2005). She has since played on Hibernaculum by Earth as well as Altar — the Sunn O))) and Boris collaboration — which also features other members of Earth.

Earth is an American musical group based in Seattle, Washington, formed in 1989 and led by guitarist Dylan Carlson.

Earth's music is mostly instrumental, and can be divided into two distinct stages. Their early work grew out of the Seattle-area grunge scene and is recognized as pioneering the genre of drone doom — an experimental offshoot of doom metal, characterized by droning, minimalist, lengthy, and repetitive structures.
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EARTH: Don McGreevy, Adrienne Davies, Dylan Carlson, Steve Moore