|Turn it on, turn it up and get the hell out of the way. The way Gulch see it, thats the only attitude to have. Always ready to play with anyone, anytime, anywhere, Gulch has been that way from the get-go. Dean and Duane Book were both members of Hostility (who released Brick on Century Media Records in 1995), and along with bass player Chad Norman they have the combined experience and talent to take Gulch to the next level. While always marching to the beat of their own drum, Gulch takes their influences from a variety of different genres. Taking a little from a lot of different places, Gulch has managed to create their own identity while retaining a certain familiarity in their music. Taking influence from Anthrax to Zebra and EVERYTHING in between, Gulch could play one night with a metal band and the next night with a southern rock band. Gulch music is that diverse. Unwilling to restrict themselves to any genre, yet leaning on the heavier end of the spectrum, Gulch has fans from age 10 to age 60. With two albums already under their belts (1999s When It RainsIt Pours and 2001s Enemy Of Me), Gulch is hard at work on album number three. With the two previous albums, Gulch has received critical praise from Metal Maniacs, Electricbasement.com, Stonerrock.com, Ill Literature, and many more. Gulch doesnt plan on disappointing with the new one either. GULCH have had the honor of playing with the likes of Soulfly, Sevendust, Clutch, Crowbar, Acid Bath, The Nixons, Life Of Agony, Merauder, Kyuss, Pissing Razors, Skrew, Stuck Mojo, Chum, Napalm Death, Vampire Mooose, The Mimsies, Machine Head, Fear Factory, Obituary, Nuclear Assault, Cathedral, Trouble, Stick, Paw, The Mentors and many others.