Stoner Doom trio Jahbulong release their brand new single from upcoming album, Eclectic Poison Tones, to be released October 30 on Go Down Records. An album like a flow of acidic mantras, rich with dark atmospheres and full of distortions.
Influenced from ‘70s psychedelia to Seattle's ‘90s grunge, the upcoming opus by Italy's stoner doom trio is the result of the band's ongoing development and hunger to explore new noise digressions. Eclectic Poison Tones is for sure a heavy dose of doom, psychedelic and stoner, being a true bliss for fans of Sleep, Electric Wizard and the like.
The band about the song: "'The Tower Of The Broken Bones' begins as a ballad with a southern rock flavour then it flows with alternation of wall of sound, so dear to Sleep. Moreover, the song is permeated by Cantrell school influences and grunge echoes, but repurposed in a doom version. This is the most destabilizing track of the whole album, as you can notice since the intro that is so distant from the rest. But the aim is always focused on creating expanded scenarios with contaminations of other genres and stoner-doom atmospheres. It is the most melodic piece we have ever written, but not far from the "Jahbulong sound"! "Do you feel broken between the walls?”
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)