Although typically from the burgeoning stoner rock community from the past due ’90s, New Jersey’s Lord Sterling display deeper origins in past due-’60s garage area and Detroit rock sounds compared to the metallic and traditional rock common among most stoner bands. Shaped in 1995 by Robert Ryan (vocals, electrical sitar, harmonium, percussion), Mike Schweigert (acoustic guitar, Moog, percussion), and Jason Hoffman (bass), the group performed locally and done demos before recruiting drummer Jason Silverio and documenting their 1998 debut Your Ghost Will Walk for 3rd party Chainsaw Safety Information. New bassist Jim Baglino (ex-Human Remains to be and Deadguy) came soon after the recording classes, but would just make his 1st studio room appearance on Lord Sterling’s self-financed 1999 EP Amplified, which garnered extremely reviews that are positive and resulted in additional touring engagements. But different record business misfires held sidelining the music group, and it wasn’t until 2002 a second Lord Sterling recording, the cleverly called Tool of Truth (documented in Tx and offering cellist Megan Peters) finally surfaced. Even more touring with famous brands Poor Wizard, Drunk Equine, and Monster Magnet ensued in 2003, and bassist Baglino also lent a hands on Monster Magnet’s Monolithic Baby! recording that same yr. Nevertheless, he was also still associated with Lord Sterling if they struck a fresh deal with Little Stone Information and released 2004’s Today’s Music for Tomorrow — the band’s most varied and psychedelic work yet.