Also known as sHeavy
Members of Sheavy: Dan Moore (2), Keith Foley (2), Ren Squires, Steve Hennessey
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Discography of Sheavy:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Celestial Hi-Fi 11 Audio 2000 Rise Above Records
2 Born Too Late 10 Audio 1998 Game Two Records
3 Synchronized 11 Audio 2002 The Music Cartel
4 Celestial Hi-Fi 11 Audio 2000 Rise Above Records
5 Blue Sky Mind 8 Audio 2007 Dallas Tarr Records
6 Synchronized 11 Audio 2002 Rise Above Records
7 The Electric Sleep 10 Audio 1998 Rise Above Records
8 Dalas Tar + 2 3 Audio 1995 Mag Wheel Records
9 Celestial Hi-Fi 12 Audio 2000 Music For Nations
10 The Golden Age Of Daredevils 8 Audio 2010-06-28 Dallas Tarr Records
11 The Machine That Won The War 12 Audio 2007-08-20 Dallas Tarr Records
12 The Electric Sleep 11 Audio 1998 The Music Cartel
13 Synchronized 12 Audio 2003 Rise Above
14 The Electric Sleep 10 Audio 1998-05-20 Music For Nations
15 Blue Sky Mind 16 Audio 1996 Dallas Tarr Records
16 Moons In Penumbra 8 Audio 2013-12-00 Dallas Tarr Records
17 Moons In Penumbra 8 Audio 2013 Dallas Tarr Records
18 Moons In Penumbra 8 Audio 2014 Hydro-Phonic Records
19 Moons In Penumbra 8 Audio 2014 Hydro-Phonic Records
20 The Best Of Sheavy - A Misleading Collection 10 Audio 2014-05-08 Dallas Tarr Records
21 Republic? 11 Audio 2005 Rise Above Records
22 Slaves To Fashion 11 Audio 1994 Not On Label

Sheavy is a stoner metal band that formed in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada in 1993, and originally performed under the name Green Machine.

In 1994, the band discovered there was another band in the United States with the same name, so a decision was made to rename the band Sheavy. The band's repertoire originally consisted of a sampling of Kyuss covers and an assortment of originals that would eventually make their way onto the Reproduction E.P., Slaves To Fashion, and ultimately Blue Sky Mind. A three-song 7" vinyl record was recorded in early 1995 at Jolly Roger Studios in St. John's. The band regularly performed in and around St. John's for the first few years at small clubs and venues such as the The Loft, Sam Shades; Junctions and the LSPU Hall.

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