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Earthride in 2005
Background information
Origin Maryland, United States
Genres Doom metal
Stoner metal
Years active 2000 – present
Labels Southern Lord
Earth Brain Records
Associated acts Spirit Caravan
Internal Void
Members Dave Sherman
Kyle Van Steinburg
Josh Hart
Eric Little
Past members Joe Ruthvin
Rob Hampshire

Greg Lynn Ball, Edmund Allan Brown

Earthride is a doom metal band from Maryland.


Earthride formed in 2000 after the demise of Dave Sherman's previous band, Spirit Caravan. They released their self-titled EP the same year on their own Earth Brain label. They recorded their next release, 2005 Vampire Circus , with Corrosion of Conformity's Mike Dean acting as producer.[1] It was released on Southern Lord Records. Five years later they followed with their third album, Something Wicked, which was also released by Southern Lord.[2]

In 2007 Land o Smiles Records re-released Earthride's self-titled debut EP on 10" vinyl. 2017 Dave Sherman, Eric Little, Greg Lynn Ball and Edmund Allan Brown Have record a new Signal 7" out on Salt of the Earth records USA

In November 2017 EARTHRIDE hit the road with sludge legends buzzov-en. At a stop in Dayton, Ohio they were joined by the self-proclaimed "Miller Lite's favorite band" Funeral Moon.

Current members[edit]




  • Earthride CD (Earth Brain Records 2000)
  • Earthride 10" (Land o Smiles Records 2007)


  1. ^ Rock Detector
  2. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Earthride". Allmusic. Retrieved 2005-01-20. 

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