The Bitter Roots set to release 4th album “Noise Vibrations and Fumes”

The Bitter Roots set to release 4th album “Noise Vibrations and Fumes”

Seattle band The Bitter Roots are all but set to release their 4th album “Noise Vibrations and Fumes”. The band was recently featured as 99.9 KISW Seattle’s Loud and Local Band of the Week
for the 2nd time. Check out their latest music video ‘Fast and Slow” below.

The Bitter Roots are Jeff Stetson and Ben Koostra. The Band began in Seattle in 2008. Jeff and Ben had known each other well from past days playing in bands in the Missoula MT music scene. Ben a talented multi instrumentalist is the original drummer for Ein Heit and Silkworm. Jeff is the former leader of Seattle based manSaveman and Missoula Bands Into the March and Chiseler.

The Bitter Roots‘ music can best be described as driven soulful rock, guitar oriented and diverse, with vocal harmony and tight rhythms. The band draws from Punk, Metal, Garage and diverse Melodic Rock sounds from the West Coast to the UK to create a unique sound that is truly original. You may here influences from the likes of David Bowie, The Cure, Jane’s Addiction, REM, Deftones, Nirvana and many others.







Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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