Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Holy Serpent (RidingEasy Records) streaming "defining moment" album ahead of release via Metal Injection

"Holy Serpent incorporates a lot of great riffs, off-kilter tempo changes, and buckets brimming with originality constantly poured into its songwriting." -- Metal Injection

"One of our favorite doom releases of 2016." -- CvltNation

"With their third full length, Holy Serpent seem to realize the vision of heavy they’ve been chasing for the last half-decade. Endless deserves to be in the conversation of the best heavy psych offerings of 2019." -- The Obelisk


Australian quartet Holy Serpent are streaming their forthcoming third album Endless on RidingEasy Records ahead of release today via Metal Injection. Hear and share the full album HERE. (Direct YouTube.)

Brooklyn Vegan recently hosted lead single "Lord Deceptor" HERE.(Direct YouTube.) The Obelisk launched "Hourglass" HERE. CvltNation premiered "For No One" HERE

The forthcoming third album by Melbourne, Australia's Holy Serpent could likely be its defining moment. Seemingly bottomless in its relentless heft, with billowing and suffocating riffs leading glistening melodies, it's the sound of a band that has locked on to something unique. Endless is fully conceptualized throughout, encapsulating an oceanic theme from the lyrics and art, even to the very structure of the sounds themselves. 

"Lyrically, it's heavily influenced by the ocean," explains vocalist/guitarist Scott Penberthy. "Lots of ocean metaphors and imagery was used. Also the title of the album Endless, is an homage to the ocean: Its mystery, power and its ability to give and take life." The album loosely follows the lyrical theme of two lovers, oceans apart, waiting for each other on the shores of eternity. Their love is so strong, they eventually walk into the water, ending their lives to be together in the afterlife. 

Fitting to these themes, the band experiments with sound throughout the album, such as layering in a wobbly synth sound reminiscent of tape push and pull, mixed just loud enough to blend with the instruments. "It's sort of a haunting sound which gives the album an ebb and flow, much like an ocean's current or tide," Penberthy says. 

The 6-song, 40-minute album finds Penberthy, guitarist Nick Donoughue, bassist Dave Bartlett and drummer Lance Leembruggen expanding their melodic hooks while simultaneously taking listeners on a rigorous journey. It was written over the course of 2 months, then recorded in seclusion at Beveridge Road Recording Studios near Australia's beautiful Dandenong Ranges with head engineer Marc Russo and mixed by Mike Deslandes. Surrounding themselves with nature and no distractions allowed the band to focus on every detail of the album as a coherent whole. 

In the time since their self-titled RidingEasy debut in mid-2015, Melbourne, Australia's Holy Serpent have gained a lot of attention for their rather punk version of heavy psych and metal. Their 2016 skate-metal leaning album Temples further defined their more experimental blend of early Soundgarden, Saint Vitus and Kyuss that eschews simplistic 70s-worship in favor of shimmering sonics and uncommon production techniques. Nonetheless, Endless is like all of the band's earliest visions fully realized and honed into an album beyond easy classification. 

Starting with the slow, exaggeratedly compressed 4/4 drum lead in to "Lord Deceptor" -- something of a hi-dive anticipation before we plunge headlong into the ensuing depths -- crushing and crackling guitars burst in as Penberthy sings in low baritone, "ocean grave, carry me upon a wave / I'm hypnotized in prophecy, what Is left for you and me?" Harmonies drift in and out of the main motif as it sways along into the tempest of "Into The Fire." Here, a churning riff gathers intensity as the rhythm section builds to a lurching 3/4 time. Reverb-soaked vocals sing, "where the ocean meets the sand, I'll be waiting, I'll be waiting there." Elsewhere, on "For No One," impossibly low droptuned guitars slink along as the music swells with space rock abandon. Album closer, "Marijuana Trench" is a play on the Mariana trench, the deepest place on earth. Appropriately, the song plunges from gently strummed acoustic guitar into a tsunami crest that pulls the listener under the dark and enveloping weight of sound as Penberthy's soothing vocals seem to ease us into the end, subsumed in the album's powerful allure. 

Endless will be available everywhere on LP, CD and download on October 18th, 2019 via RidingEasy Records. Preorders are available HERE.





Artist: Holy Serpent
Album: Endless
Label: RidingEasy Records
Release date: October 18th, 2019

01. Lord Deceptor
02. Into The Fire
03. Daughter of The Light
04. Hourglass
05. For No One
06. Marijuana Trench
















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Monday, October 14, 2019

'Brown Acid' series of rare 60s-70s pre-metal singles shares "Running High" tune, album out Halloween 2019


"So rare that diehard fuzz junkies say you'd have a better chance of winning the lottery than finding a physical 45 rpm single by one of the bands featured on their latest installment." -- Dangerous Minds

"Will do for hard rock, proto-metal and heavy psych what Nuggets did for garage rock, and bring it to a wider audience of collectors and music fans." -- The Guardian

"Mining the surprising rich reserves of heavy rock and proto-metal from the ‘60s and ‘70s, these collections have been crucial to understanding the history of a subgenre of rock that had far deeper roots than most fans realize." -- Paste Magazine



The forthcoming ninth edition of the popular compilation series featuring long-lost vintage 60s-70s proto-metal and stoner rock singles, Brown Acid: The Ninth Trip is set for release on Halloween 2019. Another new track from the latest installment, "Running High" by Ice is available to hear & share HERE. (Direct YouTube.)

The previous single, "Rebel Woman" by Erik is available to hear and share via YouTube HERE and Bandcamp HERE. The first single, the heavy psych groove of "Pain" by Fiberglass Vegetables was released back in August HERE.

Read an interview with the series curators via Paste Magazine HERE. The Brown Acid series is curated by L.A. label RidingEasy Records and retailer/label Permanent Records. 

About the Brown Acid series:

Some of the best thrills of the Internet music revolution is the ability to find extremely rare music with great ease. But even with such vast archives to draw from, quite a lot of great songs have gone undiscovered for nearly half a century -- particularly in genres that lacked hifalutin arty pretense. Previously, only the most extremely dedicated and passionate record collectors had the stamina and prowess to hunt down long forgotten wonders in dusty record bins -- often hoarding them in private collections, or selling at ridiculous collector's prices. Legendary compilations like NuggetsPebbles, ad nauseum, have exhausted the mines of early garage rock and proto-punk, keeping alive a large cross-section of underground ephemera. However, few have delved into and expertly archived the wealth of proto-metal, pre-stoner rock tracks collected on 
Brown Acid

Lance Barresi, co-owner of L.A./Chicago retailer Permanent Records has shown incredible persistence in tracking down a stellar collection of rare singles from the 60s and 70s for the growing compilation series. Partnered with Daniel Hall of RidingEasy Records, the two have assembled a selection of songs that's hard to believe have remained unheard for so long. 

"I essentially go through hell and high water just to find these records," Barresi says. "Once I find a record worthy of tracking, I begin the (sometimes) extremely arduous process of contacting the band members and encouraging them to take part. Daniel and I agree that licensing all the tracks we're using for
Brown Acid is best for everyone involved," rather than simply bootlegging the tracks. When all of the bands and labels haven't existed for 30-40 years or more, tracking down the creators gives all of these tunes a real second chance at success. 

"There's a long list of songs that we'd love to include," Barresi says. "But we just can't track the bands down. I like the idea that Brown Acid is getting so much attention, so people might reach out to us."


Brown Acid: The Ninth Trip will be available everywhere on LP, CD and download on October 31st, 2019 via RidingEasy Records. Pre-orders are available for digital (with immediate download of the first single) at Bandcamp, physical pre-orders at RidingEasy Records




Artist: Various Artists
Album: Brown Acid: The Ninth Trip 
Label: RidingEasy Records
Release Date: October 31, 2019

01. White Lightning "Prelude To Opus IV"
02. Peacepipe "The Sun Won't Shine Forever"
03. Magi "Win or Lose"
04. Fiberglass Vegetables "Pain"
05. Erik "Rebel Woman"
06. Stonewall "Outer Spaced"
07. ICE "Running High"
08. Space Rock "Going Down The Road"
09. Buckshot "Barstar"
10. 29.9 "Paradiddle Blues"

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Friday, October 11, 2019

Portland post-metal band ALLTAR share video from debut album

"A//TAR brings solemn post-metal and sludgy doom with the crushing ferocity of Souls At Zero-era Neurosis and cinematic metal of Amenra." -- Metal Injection

"An echoing and massive effort...This truly beastly album is one of the better releases in this vein from the Pacific Northwest this year, and that's saying something. Don't miss out." -- Heavy Blog Is Heavy

"A root form of post-metal, bringing the aesthetic full circle and back to its cerebral roots in churning rhythms and shifts between deeply-weighted contemplation and voluminous sway and crash." -- The Obelisk

" Epic in the sense of grandiose, though not bombastic; layered with emotional depth and rich slabs of doom-laden atmosphere. You won’t mosh to this. What you will do is become absorbed by it, body and soul." -- Doomed & Stoned


Portland quintet A//TAR share the first video from their newly released debut album today via Ghost Cult Magazine. Watch and share the video for "Horology" HERE. (Direct YouTube.)

Metal Injection recently launched the single "Horology" HERE. Heavy Blog is Heavy hosted epic closer "Spoils" HERE and Doomed & Stoned showcased "War Altar" HERE

Hailing from the dark and gloomy Pacific Northwest, Alltar (stylized as A//tar) deftly combines elements of Post-Metal, Doom, and Sludge; and in an act of pure alchemy, wholly creates their own image. In the midst of the bass-heavy, distortion-laden wall of sound lies an element of somber, melodic beauty. 

The Portland, OR quintet are masters of slow-burn dramatic tension and explosive riffs with impassioned vocals giving their songs a formidable intensity. Reminiscent of the crushing ferocity of Souls At Zero-era Neurosis, the cinematic metal of Amenra, and multifaceted haze of Cult of Luna, A//tar are a return to thoughtcrafty heavy music.

Founded by guitarist Tim Burke (also of Hound The Wolves) in 2016, the band has developed through a careful, deliberate evolution to reach its perfect lineup with Juan Carlos Caceres (vocals, Moog), Nate Wright (drums), Colin Hill (guitar, samples) and Casey Braunger (bass.) With the same deliberation, the band spent the latter half of 2017 recording their 4-song debut album at 3 different studios in Portland, then mixing and mastering in Spring 2018. A record label came into the picture soon thereafter, though the album release was held up as the label's funds were scarce. Eventually, the label folded and the band wrestled back their masters, choosing to self-release, now well into 2019. 

"Upon the A//TAR we place our past," the band declares. "Through the triumphs and tribulations of human-kind. From the technical and artistic birth of society's achievements in art and technology, as well as the rise of power, war, destruction, and the control of humanity. Through the inevitable dark decay and cold loss, our music is inspired."

Hallowed is available on CD and download as of September 6th, 2019. Orders are available HERE




Artist: A//tar
Album: Hallowed
Label: Monochord Records
Release date: September 6th, 2019

01. Horology
02. War Altar
03. Induction
04. Spoils


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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Blackwater Holylight streaming anticipated sophomore album early, play Desert Daze & tour w/ Monolord, Yob

"An ambient blend of psychedelic vintage poppy hooks and crushingly heavy sludge." -- Metal Hammer

"This quartet has been burning up stages all around their hometown, fueled by their abrasive blend of doom metal, psych rock, goth and a tangy soup├žon of pop music... They landed a spot on the 2018 Best New Band poll in alt-weekly Willamette Week, but could quickly take over the world." -- Paste Magazine

"They mesh elements of doom, Krautrock and atmospheric indie into one bewitching rock whole." --Classic Rock Magazine

"A greasy, sun-baked rock jam calling back to the genre's classic days while showcasing a heavy doom edge that gives it a modern spin." 6 Best New Songs Right Now -- Revolver Magazine



Portland, OR quintet Blackwater Holylight are streaming their forthcoming sophomore album Veils of Winter (RidingEasy Records) ahead of release today via Brooklyn Vegan. Hear and share the much anticipated full album HERE. (Direct YouTube.)

Blackwater Holylight play the SoCal Desert Daze festival this weekend, followed by a tour of the full US with former RidingEasy label mates Monolord in November. Please see complete dates below.

Blackwater Holylight, as the name suggests, is all about contrasts. It's a fluid convergence of sound that's heavy, psychedelic, melodic, terrifying and beautiful all at once. 

As a heavy band, their songs aren't anchored to riffs, but rather riffs come and go in waves that surface throughout the band's meditative, entrancing songs. It's a hypnotic sound, with orchestral structures that often build tension and intrigue before turning the song on its head -- not by simply getting louder or heavier, nor by just layering elements. They expertly subvert the implied heaviness of a part, dissecting it and splaying the song's guts out to seep across the sonic spectrum.

Now, having toured extensively following the band's wildly-successful breakout self-titled debut in 2018, Blackwater Holylight has honed their sound and identity to a powerfully captivating beast. Their live set is all about the slow build, seeming to combine the melodic tension of early Sonic Youth crossed with the laconic fever-dream blues of the first Black Sabbath album and wiry experimentation of post-punk and krautrock.

The lineup on this album is Allison (Sunny) Faris (bass/vocals), Laura Hopkins (guitar/vocals) and Sarah McKenna (synths), with new guitarist Mikayla Mayhew and drummer Eliese Dorsay fleshing out their sound in exciting ways. 

"The process of this album was vastly different from our first record," says Faris. "One, because we recorded it over the course of a few weeks, whereas the first record was over the course of about a year. And two, this album was a true collaboration between the five of us. Each of us had extremely equal parts in writing and producing, we all bounced ideas off each together, and we all had a say in what was going on during every part of the process."

"One of our favorite things about this album is that because it was so collaborative, we didn't compartmentalize ourselves into one vibe." She continues. "It's heavy, psychedelic, pop, shoegaze, doom, grunge, melodic and more. The whole process was extremely organic and natural for us, we were just being ourselves."

Veils of Winter opens with fuzzed-drenched, drop-tuned bass and baritone guitar leading a dirge riff on "Seeping Secrets." Faris' lilting and funereal vocals drop in, adding to the mournful atmosphere until a short turnaround progression hints at changes to come, as Faris and Hopkins harmonize eerily and the tune suddenly turns into a krautrock charge. "Motorcycle" kicks off deceptively with a heavy grunge riff building up for about 40-seconds before the song abruptly shifts gears into a synth-led post-punk harmony, sounding something like Lush meets Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd. "Death Realms" is perhaps the poppiest track, based around soaring shoegaze guitars and interwoven light vocal harmonies. Soft piano notes, occasional woozy whammy bar dives and a driving tom-tom beat solidify its hooks. "Spiders" is a creepy-crawly guitar riff and counterpoint keys, while "Moonlit" explores prog-structures with a shredding guitar solo crescendo. The penultimate track, "Lullaby" is exactly that, a lulling, expansive tune exemplifying Blackwater Holylight's genre smashing sound as it subtly moves across a vast sonic landscape atop a hypnotic 6/8 beat and repetitive 3-note motif. Throughout the album, their songs shirk traditional verse-chorus-verse structure in favor of fluid, serpentine compositions that move with commanding grace.

Veils of Winter will be available on LP, CD and download on October 11th, 2019 via RidingEasy Records. Pre-orders are available at www.ridingeasyrecs.com.



BLACKWATER HOLYLIGHT LIVE 2019:
10/12 Lake Perris, CA @ Desert Daze Festival 
10/24 Portland, OR @ Star Theater - Album release show
11/05 San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick *
11/06 Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress *
11/07 Albuquerque, NM @ Sister *
11/09 Austin, TX @ Barracuda - Levitation Fest - RidingEasy Stage
11/10 Lafayette, LA @ Freetown Boom Boom Room *
11/11 New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks *
11/12 Atlanta, GA @ 529 *
11/13 Asheville, NC @ Mothlight *
11/14 Richmond, VA @ Camel *
11/15 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery *
11/16 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church *
11/17 New York, NY @ Saint Vitus *
11/20 Chicago, IL @ Reggie's *
11/21 Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Brewing *
11/22 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar *
11/23 Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck * 
11/25 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater *
11/27 Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom *
12/05 Seattle, WA @ Neumos ^
12/06 Eugene, OR @ WOW Hall ^
12/07 Portland, OR @ Bossanova Ballroom ^

* w/ Monolord
^ w/ Yob



Artist: Blackwater Holylight
Album: Veils of Winter
Label: RidingEasy Records
Release Date: October 11th, 2019

01. Seeping Secrets 
02. Motorcycle
03. Spiders
04. The Protector 
05. Daylight
06. Death Realms 
07. Lullaby
08. Moonlit












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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Mondo Drag announce U.S. tour dates for October-November 2019

"The Top 10 Metal Albums of 2016: Arguably the tightest band playing progressive rock. The songs here are varied, wondrous and catchy." -- Consequence of Sound


Bay Area heavy-Krautrock-psych band Mondo Drag hit the road later this month for tour dates around the Western U.S. in October and November, including a performance at Levitation Fest in Austin. Please see all dates below. 

Mondo Drag's most recent album, The Occultation of Light was hailed as one of the Top 10 Metal Albums of 2016 by Consequence of Sound. Metal Hammer rated it 4/5 stars, calling it a "mind-opening, progressive psych sojourn." The band will have more to announce regarding new music soon.

MONDO DRAG LIVE 2019:
10/13 San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel  w/ Witch
10/16 Felton, CA @ Felton Music Hall w/ Witch 
10/18 Sonoma, CA @ Sonoma Redwood Barn w/ Witch
11/01 Los Angeles, CA @ House of Machines 
11/02 Oceanside, CA @ Moose Lodge 
11/04 Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive 
11/06 Taos, NM @ Monolith Brewing 
11/07 San Antonio, CA @ Hi-Tones 
11/08 Austin, TX @ Volcom House - Levitation Party
11/09 Dallas, TX @ Armoury DE
11/10 Albuquerque, NM @ Sister Bar
11/29 Portland, OR @ Kenton Club 
11/30 Bellingham, WA @ The Shakedown w/ Blackwater Holylight
12/01 Seattle, WA @ Substation 

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Holy Serpent (RidingEasy Records) share 3rd track from "defining moment" forthcoming album

"Holy Serpent incorporates a lot of great riffs, off-kilter tempo changes, and buckets brimming with originality constantly poured into its songwriting." -- Metal Injection

"One of our favorite doom releases of 2016." -- CvltNation

"With their third full length, Holy Serpent seem to realize the vision of heavy they’ve been chasing for the last half-decade. Endless deserves to be in the conversation of the best heavy psych offerings of 2019." -- The Obelisk


Australian quartet Holy Serpent share a new track from their forthcoming third album Endless on RidingEasy Records today via CvltNation. Hear and share "For No One" HERE. (Direct YouTube.)


Brooklyn Vegan recently hosted lead single "Lord Deceptor" HERE.(Direct YouTube.) The Obelisk launched "Hourglass" HERE

The forthcoming third album by Melbourne, Australia's Holy Serpent could likely be its defining moment. Seemingly bottomless in its relentless heft, with billowing and suffocating riffs leading glistening melodies, it's the sound of a band that has locked on to something unique. Endless is fully conceptualized throughout, encapsulating an oceanic theme from the lyrics and art, even to the very structure of the sounds themselves. 

"Lyrically, it's heavily influenced by the ocean," explains vocalist/guitarist Scott Penberthy. "Lots of ocean metaphors and imagery was used. Also the title of the album Endless, is an homage to the ocean: Its mystery, power and its ability to give and take life." The album loosely follows the lyrical theme of two lovers, oceans apart, waiting for each other on the shores of eternity. Their love is so strong, they eventually walk into the water, ending their lives to be together in the afterlife. 

Fitting to these themes, the band experiments with sound throughout the album, such as layering in a wobbly synth sound reminiscent of tape push and pull, mixed just loud enough to blend with the instruments. "It's sort of a haunting sound which gives the album an ebb and flow, much like an ocean's current or tide," Penberthy says. 

The 6-song, 40-minute album finds Penberthy, guitarist Nick Donoughue, bassist Dave Bartlett and drummer Lance Leembruggen expanding their melodic hooks while simultaneously taking listeners on a rigorous journey. It was written over the course of 2 months, then recorded in seclusion at Beveridge Road Recording Studios near Australia's beautiful Dandenong Ranges with head engineer Marc Russo and mixed by Mike Deslandes. Surrounding themselves with nature and no distractions allowed the band to focus on every detail of the album as a coherent whole. 

In the time since their self-titled RidingEasy debut in mid-2015, Melbourne, Australia's Holy Serpent have gained a lot of attention for their rather punk version of heavy psych and metal. Their 2016 skate-metal leaning album Temples further defined their more experimental blend of early Soundgarden, Saint Vitus and Kyuss that eschews simplistic 70s-worship in favor of shimmering sonics and uncommon production techniques. Nonetheless, Endless is like all of the band's earliest visions fully realized and honed into an album beyond easy classification. 

Starting with the slow, exaggeratedly compressed 4/4 drum lead in to "Lord Deceptor" -- something of a hi-dive anticipation before we plunge headlong into the ensuing depths -- crushing and crackling guitars burst in as Penberthy sings in low baritone, "ocean grave, carry me upon a wave / I'm hypnotized in prophecy, what Is left for you and me?" Harmonies drift in and out of the main motif as it sways along into the tempest of "Into The Fire." Here, a churning riff gathers intensity as the rhythm section builds to a lurching 3/4 time. Reverb-soaked vocals sing, "where the ocean meets the sand, I'll be waiting, I'll be waiting there." Elsewhere, on "For No One," impossibly low droptuned guitars slink along as the music swells with space rock abandon. Album closer, "Marijuana Trench" is a play on the Mariana trench, the deepest place on earth. Appropriately, the song plunges from gently strummed acoustic guitar into a tsunami crest that pulls the listener under the dark and enveloping weight of sound as Penberthy's soothing vocals seem to ease us into the end, subsumed in the album's powerful allure. 

Endless will be available everywhere on LP, CD and download on October 18th, 2019 via RidingEasy Records. Preorders are available HERE.





Artist: Holy Serpent
Album: Endless
Label: RidingEasy Records
Release date: October 18th, 2019

01. Lord Deceptor
02. Into The Fire
03. Daughter of The Light
04. Hourglass
05. For No One
06. Marijuana Trench
















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SOM (Junius, Constants, Caspian members) share video via Kerrang

"SOM craft songs of epic melancholy that stagger the ears as well as the heart." -- Onion AV Club

"Serenely slowdive into shoegaze." -- SPIN

"A big, atmospheric mix of shoegaze, post-rock, space rock, and sludge metal, all led by Will's ethereal vocals which give the music a calming, dreamy vibe that contrasts beautifully with the heavy riffs." -- Brooklyn Vegan

"A very particular brand of chunky, crushing metal that still retains a very hopeful, beautifully shoegaze sound to it." -- Metal Injection


Post-metal shoegaze band SOM share the official video for "Stranger" via Kerrang! The song is culled from their recently released debut album The Fall, and the intricately animated video is available to watch and share HERE

Brooklyn Vegan previously shared the full album stream HERE. (Direct Bandcamp.) 

SOM premiered visualizer video clips for 4 album tracks, all of which were created by visual artist Josh Graham (Neurosis, Soundgarden.) Metal Injection hosted "Black Out The Sky" HERE. (Direct YouTube.) Brooklyn Vegan shared "Open Wounds" HERE. (Direct YouTube.) Exclaim! premiered "Ten Years" HERE. (Direct YouTube.) And, Heavy Blog Is Heavy launched "Prayers" HERE. (YouTube.)

Dark, heavy, and thoughtful, SOM craft songs of epic melancholy. Featuring members of Caspian, founding members of seminal Boston space rock outfit Constants, as well as Denver post-metal voyagers Adai, SOM build thunderous rhythms that give drive and pulse to the fuzzed-out wall-of-synth-and-guitar-noise, complemented by memorable hooks and melodies in singer/guitarist Will Benoit's somber, lamenting vocals. 

SOM wrote and recorded their debut album, The Fall, at Benoit's solar powered The Radar Studio with help from engineer Daryl Rabidoux (Doomsday Student, Drowningman). The current live iteration of the band finds the trio joined by guitarists Joel Munguia and Mike Repasch-Nieves of Junius and Driftoff, who expand upon the album's synth-heavy textures with interwoven layers of distorted melody.

The Fall is available on CD, cassette and download, released November 9th, 2018. Orders are available via Bandcamp HERE

SOM LIVE 2019:
10.08 - Champaign, IL @ Rose Bowl 
10.09 - Audiotree Live
10.10 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus w. O'Brother / End Of The Ocean / Holy Fawn





Artist: SOM
Album: The Fall
Record Label: self-released 
Release Date: November 9th, 2018

01. Prayers
02. Chemical Joy
03. Open Wounds
04. Black Out The Sky
05. Ten Years
06. Starless Sky
07. Stranger
08. Reflection
09. Aerosols

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