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Ealdor Bealu presents their third full-length album »Psychic Forms«, out now on Vinyl/CD/Digital via Metal Assault Records

American progressive stoner/doom metal outfit Ealdor Bealu presents their third full-length album, »Psychic Forms«, which was just released on April 22nd, 2022 on Vinyl/CD/Digital via Metal Assault Records.

01. Be Ye Gone
02. Fade Into Nothing
03. Way Of The Sudden Storm
04. Laid On Display
05. Mirror Reflecting Mirror

Ealdor Bealu is a progressive heavy-psych quartet from the high desert of Boise, Idaho. With a focus on shifting dynamics from the ambient to the massive and back again, their sound expands beyond the boundaries of genre to create a mosaic of sonic praise.

The band’s first full-length offering »Dark Water At The Foot Of The Mountain« (independent, 2017) drew local, regional, and even international praise as a standout debut offering. With the release of Ealdor Bealu’s sophomore full-length album »Spirit Of The Lonely Places« on July 20th, 2019 on vinyl/digital the band has seen new levels of success around the globe. Now, the band is taking a step further in that direction, with the signing to Metal Assault Records, the impending CD release of the sophomore album. Their new album »Psychic Forms« was released April 22, 2022 by Metal Assault Records.

All songs written and performed by Ealdor Bealu.
Recorded and mixed by Z.V. House at Rabbit Brush Audio (Boise, ID).
Mastered by James Plotkin.
Album art by Leoncio Harmr.
Album layout by Adam Rosenlund.

Ealdor Bealu is:
Carson Russell – Guitars, Vocals
Rylie Collingwood – Bass, Vocals
Travis Abbott – Guitars, Vocals
Michael Mulcock – Drums

Photo by Chad Remains

Get your copy of »Psychic Forms« here:

“They are the very definition of the earthy ethereal. Mountain pastoralism. And they’re not hiding it. It’s right there on the album cover.” – The Obelisk

“There is something about it that strikes a middle ground between anthropomorphic music-making and the sounds of solitude. It’s like walking through the woods amongs old, foreboding, moss-covered trees, perhaps just after a rain at around 10am when there’s a break in the clouds and you can see the promise of blue sky, maybe even witness sunrays tickle the icy waters.” – Doomed & Stoned

“Their tunes are atmospheric, sexy even. It’s thinking music. They harbor a slow, building, absolutely bitchin pleasantness, regardless of the riff they play. It seems to always reach higher, conquering more and more plateaus.” – Hail Yourself! Metalzine

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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