This is obscure release on the Rockadelic label, not sure when it came out, seems to be from 1999 or so. Contemporary (at least, at one point in time) Portland, OR rock group. Random office quote on a Saturday afternoon: "Sounds like Bono!" "This record certainly affirms the boundless parameters of the Rockadelic Records label and it's 'open to all those worthy' release philosophy. The group Gravelpit were a very talented group whose single Rockadelic album release seems to project equally in lyric and song, an ample dealing of post damage recovery vibes. In short, victory despite its spoils. An entertaining set of cerebral subculture snap shots at random if you will, of various 'over comings and risings above' permeate from its central ideal. The guitar, via its excellent production and best described hard neo-psychedelic overtone, has a very mind-altering & mood-founding quality. The musicians skillfully unite their well-focused support by blending musical strengths making the transcendent nature or vibe of the music all the more 'in your face intoxicating' and unavoidably direct. It's obvious these guys put some serious time into the rehearsal and the writing of this well done and recorded material. As the songs progress throughout the album their emotional methodology is moving & clear, to say the least. Whereas Snow Globe's conveyance to the listener is not so intelligent that it bares out a dry 'no fun in loss' sociopolitical kind of doom, it does, however, consistently retain an easily followed, fast paced & intriguingly heavy listen. It's damn good contemporary hard/heavy rock with an absolutely certain non-imitative psychedelic overtone."