Long on skill being a guitarist, songwriter and vocalist Ben Smith will hopefully have already been featured about four, probably five full-length recordings in the first decade of his profession. Within an early 2005 interview having a glorious site specialized in so-called “stoner rock and roll,” Smith shows that concluding such projects will often pose troubles. “We have a couple of break up produces in the functions that should’ve been out currently but aren’t for just one cause or another,” he says in early stages in the discussion. There are additional comments of the type, flickering like campfires in the length: “…sluggish to record the songs but be confident all parties remain fully dedicated…. We’re still focusing on the artwork but that needs to be out quickly…also wanting to sort out who’ll be putting away another Brought Low full-length. We’re got the materials, it’s only a matter of finalizing who’s going to place it out and we’ll start documenting….” Centered out of NEW YORK, the Brought Low created in past due 1999. At that time Smith had been a veteran of two additional bands, both which put out edges. Nice Diesel was the original gas in the vehicle’s gas tank of the guitarist’s discography, a 1997 travel via a Compact disc entitled Wrongville. The Get rid of Van Kull launch may have in fact come out from then on band experienced itself been wiped out and only Brought Low, a combo moniker Smith says is usually from a Biblical resource, paraphrased as “Man will become brought low on your day of judgement.” Regular membership in the rings of Smith’s life time possess their overlaps. Drummer Nick Heller performed in Nice Diesel, while bassist Bob Russell was a Get rid of Vehicle Kull member.