"[Roadsaw was] instrumental in providing the blueprint for `stoner rock,' being one of the first heavy rock bands in the '90s to mine '70s acid riffs and Sabbath groove for inspiration." -- Sleazegrinder There are scores of bands out there claiming to have the status of "legend" but few really merit the term. Boston's Roadsaw is among that elite. Formed in the mid-'90s by Craig Riggs and Tim Catz, they raised the bar for riffloving hard rock, proving that the West Coast didn't have a lock on what most considered "stoner rock." After a single on Man's Ruin, three albums, and more, they went on the dreaded "indefinite hiatus." For the faithful, the best thing to do was to replay those classic albums and hope for a miracle. Crack open a cold one and get ready to rock the fuck out, because Roadsaw is back! After a successful US tour in 2005, an absolutely jaw-dropping cover of Led Zeppelin's "When the Levee Breaks" on the latest Sucking the '70s compilation, and appearances at both CMJ and SXSW, the band reconvened to record a new album. The core lineup is back, with bassist Tim Catz, Riggs on vox, guitarist Ian Ross, Dave Unger on keys, and longtime friend and fan Jeremy on drums. This is the culmination of every great riff, every memorable melody. This is the "fuck you" attitude that defines rock `n' roll. This is Roadsaw.