| Canadian garage doom band The Hazytones will release their new LP, Monarchs of Oblivion, on October 5 via Ripple Music. The Montreal-based group, whose haunting, hooky sound has been called “Swedish-style stomp”, delivers dark psych-metal, overflowing with stark mood and tempo changes, and haunting, double-tracked vocals that glide over the sinister songs. Monarchs of Oblivion is the follow-up to The Hazytones‘ 2017 self-titled debut, hailed as “totally new yet oddly recognizable.”
In advance of the release of Monarchs of Oblivion, The Hazytones have dropped the new song, “Hell“, in a premiere via CVLT Nation who describes the song as “spell-binding doom.” Listen to The Hazytones‘ “Hell” at this location.
Formed in 2015, The Hazytones‘ shadowy sound is the epitome of a “hazy tone”. The band’s black acid-drenched shock rock drips with harmonies that harken back to the trippiest of late 60’s psych and its chained-to-the brain hooks bleed with a palpable, eerie energy that surges and swings in equal measure. Live is where the band really finds its swagger, flinging themselves around the stage and converting new disciples with each and every performance. With full European and North American tours already under their belts,The Hazytones are a developing band on the rise, set to deliver a sweeping salvo with the release of their substantial sophomore LP.
1.) Empty Space
2.) Hell (CVLT Nation premiere)
3.) The Great Illusion
4.) Spit You Out
5.) Monarchs of Oblivion (part 1)
6.) Monarchs of Oblivion (part 2)
7.) The Beast
8.) The Hand that Feeds
Pre-order Monarchs of Oblivion at this location.