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About Buckethead

Avant-garde guitar legend Buckethead is known for his lanky stature, bewilderingly advanced chops, and insistence on wearing a bucket on his head and a mask onstage. Those who associate him with blistering runs of thirty-second notes will be shocked to find him moving in the direction of dark ambient and trip-hop on his latest recordings. Layers of vocal samples intertwine atop minimalist, atonal guitar riffs and downtempo breakbeats; oceans of Ambient noise give birth to ethereal wah-wah guitar stabs. It's a far cry from Transmutation or Sacrifist.

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Listen toBucketheadon Napster

Avant-garde guitar legend Buckethead is known for his lanky stature, bewilderingly advanced chops, and insistence on wearing a bucket on his head and a mask onstage. Those who associate him with blistering runs of thirty-second notes will be shocked to find him moving in the direction of dark ambient and trip-hop on his latest recordings. Layers of vocal samples intertwine atop minimalist, atonal guitar riffs and downtempo breakbeats; oceans of Ambient noise give birth to ethereal wah-wah guitar stabs. It's a far cry from Transmutation or Sacrifist.

About Buckethead

Avant-garde guitar legend Buckethead is known for his lanky stature, bewilderingly advanced chops, and insistence on wearing a bucket on his head and a mask onstage. Those who associate him with blistering runs of thirty-second notes will be shocked to find him moving in the direction of dark ambient and trip-hop on his latest recordings. Layers of vocal samples intertwine atop minimalist, atonal guitar riffs and downtempo breakbeats; oceans of Ambient noise give birth to ethereal wah-wah guitar stabs. It's a far cry from Transmutation or Sacrifist.

About Buckethead

Avant-garde guitar legend Buckethead is known for his lanky stature, bewilderingly advanced chops, and insistence on wearing a bucket on his head and a mask onstage. Those who associate him with blistering runs of thirty-second notes will be shocked to find him moving in the direction of dark ambient and trip-hop on his latest recordings. Layers of vocal samples intertwine atop minimalist, atonal guitar riffs and downtempo breakbeats; oceans of Ambient noise give birth to ethereal wah-wah guitar stabs. It's a far cry from Transmutation or Sacrifist.