Cortez stream new music video for the track »Look At You« from their forthcoming full-length album, »Sell The Future«
Boston, Massachusetts based stoner metal band Cortez stream a music video for the track »Look At You« from their forthcoming full-length album, »Sell The Future«, coming up in October on vinyl via Ripple Music and on digipak CD via Salt Of The Earth Records.
“The cat is officially out of that damned bag. Our new album »Sell The Future« drops this October. Check out our video for the song »Look At You« directed by DWJ Creative,” says the band.
The album was recorded and mixed at Mad Oak Studios by Benny Grotto. Mastered at West West Side Music by Alan Douches.
Album cover was done by Timur Khabirov.
With the precision of heavy metal, the soul of classic rock, and the unbridled attitude of a band who care less about your expectations than they do about writing kick-ass, drive-fast, hugely-grooved tunes, Cortez arrive at their third album with a well-earned sense of freedom. It isn’t about what style they play or the genre niche you want to fit them in – »Sell The Future« is a record of and for turbulent times, with a passion and instrumental fury that comes through regardless of tempo and makes the songs all the more memorable.
Cortez are a stoner rock band hailing from Boston, active since 2006. They have been described as a mix of classic 70’s hard rock with rumbling, doomy stoner metal. With influences ranging from the proto-metal fuzz of Cactus and Deep Purple to sludge-masters Melvins and speed-weed monsters High On Fire. By the time of their first album release the band attained a reputation as one of Massachusetts’ most notable stoner rock acts, one that has shared the stage with countless bands amid occasional touring.
Matt Harrington – Vocals
Scott O’Dowd – Guitar
Alasdair Swan – Guitar
Jay Furlo – Bass & Backing Vocals
Alexei Rodriguez – Drums
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well