Monday 30 December 2019

Acid Mammoth - Under Acid Hoof (Album Review)

Release date: January 24th 2020. Label: Heavy Psych Sounds. Format: CD/DD/Vinyl

Under Acid Hoof – Tracklisting

Tree Of Woe
Tusks Of Doom
Jack The Riffer
Under Acid Hoof


Chris Babalis Jr. – Vocals, Guitars
Chris Babalis Sr. – Guitars
Dimosthenis Varikos – Bass
Marios Louvaris – Drums


Acid Mammoth come roaring back with their epic sounding second album Under Acid Hoof and it’s a groovy slice of Psychedelic Doom/Stoner Rock with influences diverse as Electric Wizard, Black Sabbath and Uncle Acid. Newly signed to Heavy Psych Sounds, the band waste no time in playing a vintage and classic style of Psychedelic Doom and Stoner Rock whilst offering a modern heavy groove as well.

Opening song – Them! – is a deliciously heavy opener with the band settling on an addictive slice of Psychedelic and Trippy Stoner Rock with a groovy Doom atmosphere that paves the way for the rest of the album to follow. The guitars have quite an epic quality to them. The vocals are inspired by the “Ozzy Osbourne” and “Uncle Acid” style of Classic Doom Rock with the lyrics adding an extra gloomy feel to the tone of the album.

Second song – Tree Of Woe – is where the band show their true talent for creating epic sounding classic Doom/Stoner Rock grooves. As this song runs past the nine-minute mark and Acid Mammoth play a more hard-hitting and heavier style of music with flashes of Prog Rock and Psych Rock taking their time to appear. This is quite a clever song with the vocals and lyrics playing a major part allowing the band to focus more on the “Doom Metal” part of their overall sound. Though the band still play a fine amount of Stoner Rock/Metal riffs along the way.

Third song – Tusks Of Doom – carries on the heavy distorted Psychedelic Doom sounds but with a more laid-back aggression that takes time to fully get going but the sound is still wildly addictive. This is perhaps the song where the band impressed me the most. Mostly with their overall vision of the whole album. The lyrics and vocals are first-rate on this song. Sure they’re over the top but it matches the context of the actual song. The heavy pounding rhythms feel quite original in places and never feel forced or out of place.

The final two songs Jack The Riffer and Under Acid Hoof offer almost sixteen minutes of intense and massive sounding Doom/Stoner Metal riffs that has a more Progressive feel and perhaps the heaviest riffs on the album. Acid Mammoth play some of the best riffs on these two songs with Under Acid Hoof being the main highlight of the entire album.

The whole album is a wonderful sounding Doom/Stoner Metal experience that gets the new year off to a fantastic start. I know this is one of the first albums I’ve reviewed for the new year but I feel that we’ve found a genuine Album Of The Year contender right here. This is a powerful and addictive experience that demands your full undivided attention.

Words by Steve Howe

Thanks to Claire at Purple Sage PR and Mona at All Noir PR for the promo. Under The Hoof will be available to buy on CD/DD/Vinyl via Heavy Psych Sounds from January 24th 2020.


Black Tundra - Daylight Dark (Album Review)

Release date: December 16th 2019. Label: Self Released. Format: CD/DD

Daylight Dark – Tracklisting

1.Red Tide 07:28
2.Anybody else 07:22
3.Eyes Burned 06:58
4.The Passing 04:35
5.Made to end 06:13
6.In my Blood 09:33


Daylight Dark is the new album from Sludge/Doom Metallers Black Tundra who return with a more focused and progressive sounding album compared to their excellent debut album. This album is heavier and more “Post-Metal” based with the band adding more “metallic” groove to their overall sound. If you’re a fan of CONAN, DO, Pelican and Mastodon then Daylight Dark will take you on a heavy musical odyssey that is quite adventurous as well.

Opening song – Red Tide – sees Black Tundra head towards a Post-Rock/Post-Metal style of delivery but with flashes of Psychedelic Doom and Sludge Metal for a more expansive sound. The harsh vocals are matched superbly well against the aggressive melodies driving the song forward to its natural conclusion. The song does have a few “Stoner” based grooves that allows the band to play some friendlier guitar solos which remain quite heavy at the same time. The vocals disappear on the second half of the song and Black Tundra allow the music to fully take over.

Second song – Anybody Else – opens with a heavy bass driving the music along before the Post-Rock sounding guitars merge into a more Progressive style of Doom/Sludge Metal. The song carries on the bleak aggressive sound from the opening song but a more twisted outlook especially where the lyrics are concerned. Black Tundra struggle at first to keep the momentum going but soon get back on the right track to play some epic riffs along the way.

Third song – Eyes Burned – has a more cosmic feel and it’s quite a cool sounding change of pace that allows the band to play a more settled style of music with heavy bouts of psychedelic aggression being one of the best parts of the album. The ambient sounds are another nice touch which allow this song to be one of the main standout songs on the album.

The second half of the album continues with Black Tundra’s style of Cinematic Doom/Sludge Metal with the bleak atmosphere being played at heavier level especially on the final two songs Made To End and In My Blood. In My Blood is a nine minute plus epic which sees Black Tundra experiment with their music even further and ending the album in superb fashion.

Overall, Daylight Dark is another winning album from this Polish collective. The production is excellent and the album is quite loud and intense from start to finish which can be quite unsettling in places.

Excellent and Highly Recommended.

Words by Steve Howe


Saturday 28 December 2019

ULTRACOMBO - Season 1 (EP Review)

Release date: September 16th 2019. Label: Self Released. Format: DD

Season 1 – Tracklisting

1.The King 05:26
2.Sparatutto 03:50
3.Gravità 04:41
4.Flusso 06:13
5.Il momento in cui non penso 03:42


Voice: Alessio Guarda
Bass: Giordano Pajarin
Drum: Flavio Gola
Guitar: Alberto Biasin
Guitar: Giordano Tasson


ULTRACOMBO released their debut record Season 1 way back in September 2019 and I’ve only recently discovered them. The band play a fast and loose style of Psychedelic Stoner Metal and Doom Metal with a modern twist. The vocals are quite fresh and varied for this record. The band feel influenced by KYUSS, SLEEP, QOTSA and Red Fang but with the FUZZ ROCK grooves of TRUCKFIGHTERS.

Opening song – The King – reigns supreme as the standout song of this EP with heavy precise grooves and heavy psychedelic overtones of fast-paced Doom/Stoner riffs with a twinge of Desert/Fuzz Rock in the background. This is a mighty confident song and ULTRACOMBO are in fine boisterous form with their aggressive lyrics and passionate vocals allow the band to impress from the start.

Second song – Sparatutto – is a more fast-paced affair with the band adding a more aggressive streak to their music. The song feels inspired driving along at a crazy fast pace along the Californian Desert. So this is most definitely a Desert/Stoner Metal song and ULTRACOMBO don’t let you forget that. The music has quite an alternative feel to it in places whilst not as polished as the opening song still offers a few thrills and spills along the way.

Third song – Gravità – is what would happen if QOTSA kept their early Desert/Stoner Rock vibe but with a modern sound. The song is quite straight forward but it’s what ULTRACOMBO do with that sound to make it such an exciting listen. The vocals are great and match the energetic guitars that are played to a fast rhythm.

The final two songs - Flusso and l momento in cui non penso – carry on the Alternative style of Desert/Stoner Metal riffs with deep flourishes of Fuzz/Desert and Psychedelic Rock being added as well. The end result is a rich and deeply satisfying EP that allows ULTRACOMBO to make their mark and impressive almost anyone who will listen to this record.

With Season 1 being over I hope there is multiple SEASONS to come from ULTRACOMBO as the band impressed me highly with their debut EP. Lets hope SEASON 2 isn’t too far away…

Words by Steve Howe


Stoned Monkey - S/T (Album Review)

Release date: December 06th 2019. Label: Argonauta Records. Format: CD/DD

Stoned Monkey – S/T – Tracklisting

1.Pain of Mind 03:36
2.Stoned As Fuck 05:17
3.U-Boot 05:36
4.Slow Sickness 05:26
5.OG-China 02:47
6.Green House 05:49


Desa: guitar
Tia: bass
Cpx: drums


Stoned Monkey self-titled debut album takes influence from Weedeater, BONGZILLA, SLEEP and BELZEBONG. I would also add Karma To Burn to the mix as well with these guys being an Instrumental Stoner Metal Band. So you know where Stoned Monkey are going with this album. It’s an album about WEED, Influenced by WEED and contains some EPIC WEEDIAN SOUNDS.

Though the band do show a cool flair with heavy sounding Progressive grooves here and there. The album does hold a bleak atmosphere within it’s musical DNA. The songs on offer are perfect for your next “STONED OUT” session and will induce a few outlandish theories along the way and that’s mainly down to the use of clever audio-clips spliced throughout the album.

The production is good and allows Stoned Monkey to perfect their bleak and blazed out sound especially on songs such as: Pain Of Mind, Stoned As Fuck, Slow Sickness and Green House.

As you can tell by the song-titles they all have the same clever hidden meaning but there is an air of intelligence to Stoned Monkey’s grooves. The music is heavy and confident from start to finish and this all adds up to a nightmarish addictive ride into the realm of WEEDIAN/STONER METAL.

The album also has it’s fair share of Noise Rock style moments and that gives Stoned Monkey an unpredictable aggression to their music. So it’s quite original in that respects but it’s primarily a Doom/Stoner Metal album that ticks all the right boxes.

Shame the album is very short running under 30 minutes. I wanted to hear a couple more songs on the album. Though, apart from that, Stoned Monkey album is definitely worth your time.

Excellent and Highly Recommended.

Words by Steve Howe

Thanks to Mona at All Noir PR. Stoned Monkey debut album is available to buy now on CD/DD via Argonauta Records.


Thursday 26 December 2019

Steve Howe - Best Albums Of 2019

2019 didn't get off to the best of starts for myself personally speaking. I originally announced that I would be shutting down the blog back in Jan 2019. However, 6 weeks later I announced my return. I needed some time away to reflect on things and decided to carry on.

I needed the break away but it made me realised that I would miss what we do at Outlaws Of The Sun too much. 

It's been a great year for music and we couldn't run this blog without your support. Same goes for the bands, record labels and PR Reps who allows us to do what we do.

Thanks for all your support. It means a lot to us all.

Thanks to the entire team and the hard work they've put in over the last twelve months.

I also want to thank the following folks for their support and friendship over the last 12 months which got me through some rough times - Bucky Brown, Bill Goodman, Billy Goate, Heddbuzz and Michael William Petry  

Huge honourable mentions to GIZMO, Marty Harvey, Matthew Thomas of Taste Nation LLC and Frazer Jones of Desert Psychlist.

Best Albums Of 2019
  1. Slomatics - Canyons
  2. Torche - Admission
  3. Monolord - No Comfort
  5. Solar Halos - Coiled Light
  6. Solace - The Brink
  7. IRATA - Tower
  8. Mars Red Sky - The Task Eternal
  9. Colour Out Of Space - Colour Out Of Space
  10. Howling Giant - The Space Between Worlds
  11. Mammoth Storm - Alruna
  12. Problem With Dragons - Ascendant
  13. Pseudo Mind Hive - Of Seers And Sirens
  14. Palace In Thunderland - The King Of The Empty Aeons
  15. DO – Astral Death Cult
  16. Wizard Rifle - Wizard Rifle
  17. Yawning Man - Macedonian Lines
  18. Oreyeon - Ode To Oblivion
  19. Red Beard Wall - The Fight Needs Us All
  20. Cities Of Mars - The Horologist
  21. Faerie Ring - The Clearing
  22. Firebreather - Under A Blood Moon
  23. Ecstatic Vision - For The Masses
  24. Swan Valley Heights - The Heavy Seed
  25. Horseburner - The Thief
Words by Steve Howe

Outlaws Of The Sun - Album Of The Year - TORCHE - ADMISSION

ADMISSION by TORCHE is the album of the year for us at Outlaws Of The Sun. The album came in at No 2 on both lists for Todd and Steve.

So it was an easy decision to make with Todd and myself both having different No 1 albums to each other. 

This is a brilliant album from the Sludge/Stoner Metal legends that is TORCHE.

Todd reviewed the album earlier this year. Here what Todd had to say about the album back in July 2019. 

"There is not any reason to waste time giving you the backstory on Torche. I feel as though it you are reading this, you are familiar with these guys and their tremendous work to date. What does need to be said is that 15 years into their career Torche has delivered unto us unworthy souls their absolute best record so far. Admission is 11 tracks of pure rock brilliance!

Fuzzed out and heavy and loaded with a fuck-ton of hooks and will keep these songs in your head for the foreseeable future. The band delivers on their trademark sound with huge guitars and riffs, massive, earth quaking drums, fuzzed out bass work and their strongest vocals to date.

It is fairly safe to say that Admission will be near the top of my best of list, and I imagine many others as well. If you dig Torche, or just head shaking, body quaking rock n rolla, you will undoubtedly dig on this record. Check it out!"


Todd Stealey - Best Albums Of 2019

Greetings All,

2019 was a hell of a year, both good and bad.. Before setting our sites on 2020, here are my 20 favorite records from 2019. Enjoy!

1. Saint Karloff - Interstellar Voodoo
2. Torche - Admission
3. Nebula - Holy Shit!
4. Kadavar - For the Dead Travel Fast
5. Monolord - No Remorse
6. Green Lung - Woodland Rites
7. Deathchant - s/t
8. Possessor - Gravelands
9. 1782 - s/t
10. Dead Witches - The Final Exorcism
11. The Well - Death and Consolation
12. Faerie Ring - The Clearing
13. Eternal Black - Slow Burn Suicide
14. Sebadoh - Act Surprised
15. Hazemaze - Hymns of the Damned
16. Lightsabres - A Shortcut to Insanity
17. Domkraft - Slow Fidelity
18. Mars Red Sky - The Task Eternal 
19. Haunt - If Icarus Could Fly
20. Solace - The Brink

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Caustic Casanova - God How I Envy The Deaf (Album Review)

Release date: October18th 2019. Label: Magnetic Eye Records. Format: CD/DD/Vinyl

God How I Envy The Deaf – Tracklisting

1.Fancy English 06:00
2.Filth Castle 05:10
3.If Your Brain is Properly Oiled 04:47
4.Memory King 05:45
5.Donut and the Golden Hen 02:57
6.Taos Lightning 04:33
7.Truth Syrup 05:12
8.Roger B. Taney (Feat. Emily Danger) 05:52
9.Boxed and Crated 10:00


STEFANIE ZAENKER - Drums, Percussion, Vocals


God How I Envy The Deaf is the 3rd from Noise/Sludge/Stoner/Psych Rockers Caustic Casanova and it features all their trademark riffs and dark humour that they’ve made their own within their almost 14 year career. Caustic Casanova have always pushed the boundaries of their music with each record they’ve released ever since their formation back in 2006. Though this album is perhaps their most daring and creative to date but also perhaps being their most accessible to date a well, Making it easy for first time listeners to enjoy the wild ride the band have in store for everyone.

The album is packed full of heavy sounding riffs that stretch the boundaries of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal but with Sludge, Doom, Stoner and Noise Rock being the main strengths the band have made their name with. The Psychedelic grooves hold everything together and allows Caustic Casanova to push their music into different musical directions than ever before.

The songs are packed full of rich inventive ideas where the music moves effortlessly from one genre to the next without losing it’s Psychedelic edge or focus.

Opening song – Fancy English – is a combination of 90s Noise/Grunge Rock sounds with a dark pop sensibility moving further into Heavy Sludge Rock vibes and fantastic vocals from Stefanie and Francis as well. The Alternative Rock/Metal flavour of the song bodes well for the rest of the album but this song also shows the creative lengths the band aim for the majority of the album.

Second song – Filth Castle – offers a more jangled and unsettled Noise Rock approach with a Punk Rock sensibility shining through. The heavy sludgy and stoner sounding guitars is quite experimental places but it shows why Caustic Casanova have never been afraid to take risks with their music. You can hear influences diverse as The Melvins, The B-52’s and Talking Heads on this song. Well I can but I could be looking too much into that. However, this is weird and addictive slice of Hard Rock that shows you the different styles of music the band will play on this record.

Third song – If Your Brain Is Properly Oiled – opens with a troubling Sludge groove before traces of Psychedelic sounds appear for a more threatening and aggressive approach. This is one of the standout songs on the album with aggressive lyrics having a more gloomier effect. There is some wicked dark humour with the lyrics as well but it’s the music that holds your attention.

Fourth song – The Memory King – is another wonderfully sounding epic from the band with a more laid back approach with hazy guitars slowly building upto a powerful and heavy rhythm. The vocals are more withdrawn but it draws you into Caustic Casanova dark world. The music is quite LO-FI in places but still sounding fresh and dramatically heavy when the moment calls for it. The song sees the band draw on their Post-Hardcore roots that build up to a highly dramatic finish.

Caustic Casanova carry on their dark and twisted style of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal for the remaining 6 songs left on the album but still offering a few delicious and heavy surprises along the way. The music becomes even weirder on the 2nd half of the album with different strands of Psychedelic Rock, Sludge Metal and Stoner Metal giving way to a more Progressive sound.

Other cool songs to check out are: Donut and The Golden Hen, Taos Lightning, Roger B. Taney and the gloriously insane final song – Boxed And Crated.

God How I Envy The Deaf is a stunning album on all levels with top-notch production showing folks what Caustic Casanova do so brilliantly well. This album proves that Caustic Casanova are a brilliant and original band in their own right. There is no other band like them around at this moment in time and this album is perhaps their best album to date.

Words by Steve Howe


Sunday 22 December 2019

Growing Horns - The Nobility Of Pain (EP Review)

Release date: December 15th 2019. Label: Self Released. Format: DD

The Nobility Of Pain – Tracklisting

1.We're All Made Of Scars 07:28
2.Luciferian Kingdom 05:19
3.Mountains Of Pain 06:38
4.Butcher's Blues 06:13
5.2084 06:11


Dafus Demon: vox
Wim Vekeman: bass
Didier Cottenies: guitars
Sven Caes: guitars
Simon Vandoom: drums


The Nobility Of Pain is the new EP from Doom/Sludge Metallers Growing Horns and it’s a loud and bleak vision that the band have come up for this release. The EP is quite dark from the very start with the pounding grooves and vocals that leave little to the imagination. The band take a wide range of influences from the Doom/Sludge metal scene but also from the Thrash and Stoner Metal scenes as well.

The songs are quite progressive in places and this allows Growing Horns to play around with their overall sound whilst still creating a bleak cinematic vision. The lyrics and vocals are quite dark but they have to be for a record such as this.

The opening two songs – We’re All Made Of Stars and Luciferian Kingdom – are the main standouts on this EP as Growing Horns come out fighting with their style of Doom/Sludge based grooves written around dark lyrics and almost pitch-black vocals. You can hear CONAN-and Electric Wizard down-tuned sounds on certain parts of both songs and most of the EP but perhaps with a darker edge.

The EP also has a very cool sounding NOLA influence which you can feel throughout the vocals and riffs mainly. So there is a lot of hidden depth to Growing Horns music and you may need to listen to the EP a few times to fully understand what is going on with this record.

The other 3 songs on the album are good as well just not as good as the opening two songs but Growing Horns still impress with their own brand of Doom/Sludge Metal madness especially on Mountains Of Pain and 2084.

The band aren’t doing anything groundbreaking but they have released an exciting EP that has a few cool surprises along the way. If you’re looking for a bleak and twisted journey throughout the realms of Doom, Sludge and Stoner Metal then let Growing Horns be your guide. Growing Horns feel they have a lot more exciting stories to tell in the future with further releases.

For a band that has been going for 5 years, their debut EP has most definitely been worth the wait.

Excellent and Highly Recommended.

Words by Steve Howe

Thanks to Viral Propaganda PR for the promo. The Nobility Of Pain is available to buy now


Saturday 21 December 2019

THAL - The Harvesting (Album Review)

Release date: December 20th 2019. Label: Overlook Hotel Records. Format: CD/DD

The Harvesting – Tracklisting

1.Scythe 01:22
2.The Harvesting 03:49
3.Shroud 03:32
4.Tonguerazor (feat Margherita Bandini) 05:55
5.Savage 04:46
6.Primeval 03:36
7.Lifeline 06:28
8.Tombs 03:56
9.Amphetamine 05:07


John "Vince Green" Walker - Vocals, Guitars and Bass
Kevin Hartnell - Drums, Guitars and Synth


The Harvesting is THAL (Those Heathens Are Loose) 3rd album and the band continue to evolve their style of Doom/Stoner Metal to a more classic style of Hard Rock/Metal. The album is quite intense places with the THAL offering a lot more groovier sounds that have quite a NOLA-esque style especially with the lyrics. With this being the band’s 3rd album they do try a lot of different things on this record compared to their previous two albums and it works superbly well.

The songs are way more progressive despite the short running times of some of the songs. THAL play a twisted variety of Hard Rock/Metal on The Harvesting with the Doom/Stoner Metal riffs being the main glue that holds everything together. Shades of 70s/80s Heavy Metal are thrown in just for the sheer hell of it. Despite THAL being a two-man operation this album feels there is just more than Vince and Kevin in their ranks. With the vocals being quite different in places.

The standout songs on The Harvesting are: The Harvesting, Shroud, Tonguerazor, Lifeline and Amphetamine. As these songs have the heaviest songs on the album and where THAL progressive further musically than I’ve ever heard from the band. If you’re a fan of Black Sabbath, Black Label Society, Crowbar and DOWN then THAL is the place for you to be. As you can feel those influences raging through this album and then some. The album is dense and heavy with the album creating a bleak atmosphere which matches the dark imagery contained on the album cover.

The production is very good indeed. There are a couple of raw sounding moments but I feel that’s what the band wanted the album to sound like. The Harvesting is less optimistic and more controlling than previous THAL releases. However, this shows that THAL have a more grown-up and mature sound and it’s good to see the band take more creative risks with their music.

My final words of advice for this album is: Crank that dial up to 11 and ROCK THE HELL OUT WITH THAL

Words by Steve Howe


Wednesday 18 December 2019

GRIN Release New Video For TRANSLUCENT BLADES From Their Upcoming New Album

Release date: January 17th 2020. Label: Crazy Sane Records. Format: CD/DD/Vinyl

Translucent Blades – Tracklisting

2.Orbital Grace
3.Translucent Blades
5.Electric Eye
6.Holy Grief


Sabine Oberg – Bass
Jan Oberg - Drums, Vocals

Additional Guitars, Tin Whistle, Soundscapes

The Lowdown

Psychedelic Doom/Sludge Metallers GRIN will be releasing their excellent new album Translucent Blades on January 17th 2020 via Crazy Sane Records.

We reviewed the album earlier this week. Where I stated the following:

"Sludge/Doom/Stoner Metal Duo – Grin – are back with their new album Translucent Blades – and it continues their heavy down-tempo sound the band created with their excellent debut album from a couple years back. This album is perhaps way more psychedelic and sees the band more comfortable with their heavy surroundings. Grin feel inspired by bands such as Conan, Sleep and Ufomammut on this album but playing by their own heavy rules for an uncompromising sound."

The band have now released a new video for the title track - Translucent Blades - which you can watch below.

The video is trippy and way out there but shows you what to expect from the album.

Thanks to Chris at Crazy Sane Records for the details.

Translucent Blades will be available to buy on CD/DD/Vinyl from Jan 17th 2020 via Crazy Sane Records.


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FRAYLE Announce New Video For GODS OF NO FAITH

Cleveland dark rock band Frayle creates gripping, doomy music -- at once bleak and beautiful -- that is impossible to resist. The group will release its debut full-length LP, '1692', on the 14th February 2020 via Aqualamb Records and Lay Bare Recordings.

The band have released the video for Gods of No Faith, which originally premiered on Monday 16th December via Revolver who described the group's sound as a "haunting, hypnotic mix of crushing Sleep-style doom and cooing ethereal vocals à la Cocteau Twins' Elizabeth Fraser."

"Gods of No Faith is a song about my belief that we are all Gods. Consciously or subconsciously, we create our own world. We can either be weighed down by our belief system or rise up because of it." Comments vocalist Gwyn Strang.

The video was produced and directed by The Tower and features former Filter bassist Frank Cavanagh, who took on dual roles as both actor and Assistant DP. The track itself features guest vocals from Mushroomhead’s Jason Popson a.k.a J Mann.

Watch the video for "Gods of No Faith"

Frayle makes music for the night sky. The group was formed in 2017 by guitarist Sean Bilovecky (formerly of now-defunct Man's Ruin recording artists Disengage) and vocalist Gwyn Strang, a singer with an alluring voice and an equally compelling flair for imagery.

Frayle’s “lullabies over chaos” approach to songwriting allows the group the freedom to explore what is possible with heavy music; its gorgeously ominous sound a result of complex layering and tone stacking while simultaneously overseeing the perfectly delicate balance between heaving, heavy riffs and haunting vocal melodies. Gwyn's lyrics tell stories of heartbreak, anger, hypocrisy and resolution, asking the audience for empathy, and in turn inspiring vulnerability.

Pre-order 1692: here


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