Dave Jones has been playing bass, upright and electric, for 12 years and is currently playing with Subrosa(Profound Lore Records), Dwellers(Small Stone Records) and Oldtimer. Subrosa has a release date of March 1st for the forthcoming No Help for the Mighty Ones on Profound Lore Records and has toured Europe and are planning to do it again this winter. We have toured the Pacific North West the last two years. Dwellers are finishing up recording and album artwork for the forthcoming Small Stone Records release. Oldtimer is polishing up our songs before we go into the studio next month and start shopping around for labels. We play with all genre like national/international touring bands that come through Utah and have a large following.
The first track from Subrosa's album No Help for the Mighty Ones to be released March 1st 2011Duration: 05:37
unreleased live recording from a session at salt lake recording services, the video is on their siteDuration: 11:12
unmastered, unreleased recording in progress for upcoming album to be released on small stone recordsDuration: 05:22
"...singer Maxx bellows like he’s temping for Slayer, and the band behind him weaves complex, shifting structures that go beyond the usual repeat-this-lick-until-doomsday modus operandi of standard desert riffage. Guitarist Matt (no last names here, please) splays blinding fretboard heroics all over Lost In the Tracks’ four cuts, but always locks back into the molten center; closing salvo “Hibernaut” even throws in genuine blues breakdowns before jumping off the Sabbath cliff."Salt Lake City Weekly
"Following their 2008 album “Strega” (released via I Hate Records), the female dominated doom rock band have delivered their strongest, darkest, and ultimately, their heaviest album to date. Recorded in August of 2010 in Salt Lake City by Andy Patterson and then mixed and mastered in Sweden courtesy of MARDUK bass player Devo “Magnus” Andersson, and featuring artwork constructed by the great Glyn Smith of Scrawled Designs, “No Help For The Mighty Ones” will solidify even more awareness for SUBROSA as one of the most alluring acts within doom rock/metal respectively alongside such Stateside acts as JEX THOTH, BLACK MATH HORSEMAN, and WITCH MOUNTAIN."Profound Lore Records
"Salt Lake City fuzz duo Dwellers come with built in interest due to guitarist/vocalist Joey Toscano‘s presence in the criminally under-noticed Iota and drummer Zach Hatsis‘ in I Hate Records doomers Subrosa."The Obelisk