It should surprise no one that there is another Nashville, a city and a state of mind that exists adjacent to, or perhaps underneath the one we know as the home and hotbed of modern country music. In that Nashville, songs aren’t written by committee, and Kyuss is at least as popular as George Jones. It’s from this subterranean Nashville that All Them Witches emerged, grabbing the attention of the fan of psychedelic folk and the devotee of stoner rock alike with one of the year’s strongest rock albums, “Dying Surfer Meets His Maker,” a collection that marries Zeppelin-like riffage with delicate acoustic passages and the sort of fuzzed-out grooves that might make Josh Homme green with envy.
If you’re not yet familiar with All Them Witches, head to You Tube and check out “Dirt Preachers,” the first video from “Dying Surfer meets His Maker.” Then hop in line at the Studio @ Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.) at 7:30 p.m. tonight, where All Them Witches will be joined by guests New Madrid. Tickets are $12, through Ticketfly, and at the box office.