The Flying Eyes
The Flying Eyes: heavy, psychedelic rock band hailing from Baltimore, Maryland. The band name is from the title of a 1962 J. Hunter Holly science fiction novel, in which gigantic disembodied eyes descend from outer space to control human destiny.
The Flying Eyes released a compilation of their two EPs, Bad Blood and Winter, on German label Trip in Time/World in Sound Records in November 2009. On the band's 6 week European tour supporting the album, they shared the main stage of the Burg Herzberg Festival in Germany with legends Hawkwind and Jeff Beck.In the USA, they have supported The Raveonettes, The Black Angels, Dead Meadow, Witch (with J Mascis) Radio Moscow and Dan Auerbach.
The Flying Eyes also produce Farm Fest, a grass-roots music festival in Manchester, Maryland. They co-headlined Farm Fest 2011 with Lower Dens and Arboretum and in 2010 with The Vandelles and An Albatross. Farm Fest draws over 600 people to the Carney Family Farm each year.
Proper first full length release, Done So Wrong, in 2011 on Trip in Time/World in Sound Records, accompanied by two European tours and two US tours. Recording new music in 2012, SXSW showcase, USA and European touring and 2012 Farm Fest aka Farmageddon!
"Baltimore’s the Flying Eyes’ debut self-titled album brings together the best of acid rock and early metal. Will Kelly is the spitting sound of Glenn Danzig, with his gravelly, boozy vocals."