Kanaan release new live performance video for »Return To The Tundrasphere« from their upcoming album »Earthbound«
Photo by Brage Pedersen
Norwegian instrumental psych/stoner rock trio Kanaan release new live performance video for »Return To The Tundrasphere« from their upcoming album, »Earthbound«, set to release this Friday, November 12th, 2021 via Jansen Records.
Says the band: “Video for new track »Return To The Tundrasphere«, one of the heaviest on the »Earthbound« album – eight minutes of proggy stoner rock goodness 🚀 Full album drops on Jansen Records this Friday and we’re so excited!!”
Courtesy of Hold Tight PR:
Instrumental stoner psych trio Kanaan have revealed their new video »Return To The Tundrasphere«, from their brilliant new LP »Earthbound«, released 12th November via Jansen Records.
02. Return To The Tundrasphere
03. Pink Riff
08. No Star Left Unturned
Pre-order »Earthbound« here: https://kanaanband.bandcamp.com
The third video in Kanaan’s live in Amper Tone Studio series, it’s another glimpse into the band’s heady performance process.
Emerging from an ocean of fuzz like a Kyuss that went to jazz school, power trio Kanaan return with their fourth studio album in as many years.
»Earthbound« will be released 12th November via Jansen Records – a change in direction for the still-young group. Where Kanaan’s former albums have been jazzy and psychedelic explorations, with forays into kraut and free improvisation, the new album »Earthbound« comes at you heavier than a ton of bricks. The heavier Kanaan bear elements of the best of stoner rock, psych and sludge.
Inspired by bands such as Colour Haze, Hawkwind, Elder, Motorpsycho and Acid Mothers Temple, »Earthbound« serves up plenty of surprising twists and turns, beautiful and mellow passages and masterful musicianship. Although never flashy, the whole album is a showcase of the three wildly talented musicians as they plough their way through enormous riffs and thunderous grooves.
Searching to perfect their hybrid of heavy rock and psychedelic jazz influences, the band isolated themselves in Halden’s Athletic Sound studios, working day and night to accomplish what became »Earthbound«, a quantum leap for their sound in terms of sheer heaviness and psychedelic extravaganza compared to their previous albums.
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