Los Angeles-based hard rock and roll quartet Aeges shaped in 2011 simply because a fresh creative outlet for several members from rings like Pelican, Tusk, Unwritten Rules, as well as the Rise. They produced their debut using the EP Roaches (Hawthorne Road Information) before launching their initial LP in 2012. The Bridge revealed a riff-heavy sound drenched in responses and flourishes of prog rock and roll exploration, acquiring Aeges’ pedigree through the post-hardcore globe and merging it using the pop hooks and sludge of desert rock and roll, like Queens from the Rock Age group tackling Muse. The group — made up of vocalists/guitarists Kemble Walters and Cory Clark, bassist Tony Baumeister, and drummer Mike Property — released their sophomore work, Above and LISTED BELOW, in 2014. Acquiring cues from main affects like Cave In and Failing, they refined their dark audio and doubled-down around the crunch, like contemporaries Royal Bloodstream. After putting your signature on with Another Hundred years Records, they joined the studio room with Bob Marlette (Dark Sabbath, Rob Zombie) and Saosin guitarist Beau Burchell to record their third LP. Released in July 2016, Weightless improved the power within their delivery, amplifying their vocal harmonies and showcasing the band’s like for jagged riffs.