Usually when a band reintroduces a former member into the equation, the results aren't as good as it seemed on paper. But fortunately that isn't the case for Dead Meadow, which brought original drummer Mark Laughlin back into the fold.
Though it took two and a half years to complete, which included dry spells due to touring commitments, Dead Meadow have an album that they're extremely proud of in Warble Womb, which is entirely released on Xemu Records. This Sunday, the stoner rock trio are playing their record release show at the Think Tank Gallery in Los Angeles before heading to the east coast and possibly Australia early next year in support of the release. Before the show, we caught up with singer/guitarist Jason Simon who filled us in on all the happenings that went into making the record.