An album like a flow of acidic mantras, rich with dark atmospheres and full of distortions, Eclectic Poison Tones, the upcoming brand new, full length record by stoner doom unit Jahbulong, will see the light of day October 30 on Go Down Records. Being influenced from ‘70s psychedelia to Seattle's ‘90s grunge, Eclectic Poison Tones is the result of the band's ongoing development and hunger to explore new noise digressions.
‘Under The Influence Of The Fool’ is the lead track from the album and it’s 12 minutes are an archetype of both doom and stoner rock.
The band say about the song: " The beginning riff recalls the Black Sabbath sound, then the spatial resonance expansions culminate into a distorted and thundering ending. It all started from the skeleton of this song, which was composed before the idea of the whole album was born and that’s why it represents a kind of bridge between now and our recent release, a split record with Mongoose in 2018. Beside the stoner-doom sound that we have always played, we are about explore new noise digressions and more elaborated musical incursions."
1. Under The Influence Of The Fool
2. The Tower Of The Broken Bones
3. The Eclipse Of The Empress
4. The Eremite Tired Out (Sweed Dreams)