Mud Pill Palace


Mud Pill Palace has had music brewing for years. The name has been traveling with Clint Viers for quite some time and it has finally settled in Montana. The band finally started making progress when he teamed up with Andy Meehan in Bozeman, MT. Now they create music inspired by old world music, psychedelic rock, punk rock, and Americana. Drawing from music heard floating through life and dreams they make music that you may hear in a gypsy caravan, a Transylvanian tavern, or Woodstock. They self-released a CD entitled “The Sophisticated Monster Show” and plan to deliver their brand of unpretentious rock to as many ears as possible. They are now currently working on their second album and playing shows in Montana on a regular basis.

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2 Responses to “Mud Pill Palace”

  1. Dana Reister April 7, 2010 at 1:00 pm #

    A few days ago, I saw Mud Pill Palace for the first time performing at the Pine Creek Cafe and I have been craving more ever since. Their sound is a silky smooth explosion of drums, bass, and guitar that all come together in a way that makes it impossible to not groove to the music. No one wanted the band to stop playing. Even after playing all their songs for over two hours, they were able to blow the crowd away with flawlessly improvised songs that made you wonder if the band members could read each others’ minds. Their stage presence gives off an aura that hypnotizes as you watch and warms you on the inside. But beware, because once they stop playing you will immediately go into withdrawals until the next time you hear them play. So epic.

  2. Caleb Welch April 4, 2010 at 10:05 pm #

    Saw them at the Pine Creek show yesterday! They were pretty darn epic, so much so that one man danced so hard, the entire foundation of the Pine Creek Lodge was shook.

    Clint’s guitar riffs sound reminiscent of Hendrix and other musicians from that era, it’s as if he channeled their spirits with the guitar. But, MPP are not a one dimensional band, they touched base on a lot of genres, including blues, punk and even some reggae in a song about Blackbeard! Not to mention, Clint’s guitar solos melted my face on more than one occasion. Andy’s bass lines were pretty epic, intricate and sounded tasty as hell. Watching Andy play bass is as awesome as Liam Neeson tearing down the Eifell Tower! You just can’t look away! And… the drums! I loved the drums! Carter played the most intense drums I’ve ever witnessed.

    Anyway, if you haven’t seen them live, you should, beccause it will change your life.

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