Italian fuzz rockers Oreyeon premiere a music video for the third single »It Was Time« taken from their upcoming full-length album, »Equations For The Useless«, scheduled for release on June 17th, 2022 via Heavy Psych Sounds.
01. It Was Time
03. Equations For The Useless
05. Downward Spirals
06. The Protocol
Courtesy of Purple Sage PR:
The Obelisk premieres the brand new video from Italian “cosmic grunge” rockers Oreyeon today! »It Was Time« is taken from their new album »Equations For The Useless«, to be issued June 17th on Heavy Psych Sounds.
Says the band: “»It Was Time« is one of the first songs we wrote for this album. It was the hardest track to arrange, it went through lots of changes during the writing process.”
»Equations For The Useless« is Oreyeon third album. The recordings took place in Bologna in late summer 2020 after several months of inactivity during the pandemic. It was recorded live, it shows the band’s psychedelic/progressive side yet it has the classic kick ass doom stoner tracks. The lyrics are about depression and its relation with life.
The band will be touring Italy and Europe during Summer/Fall 2022 to promote this new release.
Photo by Michele Angelotti
Formed in 2014 by members of Woodwall, Mexican Mud and Army Of Angry Youth, Oreyeon made an impression within the heavy rock scene with their debut album »Builders Of Cosmos« in 2016. Their inspirations go from Black Sabbath to The Sword: with monolithic guitars, huge bass frequencies, and intricate vocals, Oreyeon know how to please every classic and stoner rock mind! On their sophomore album and Heavy Psych Sounds debut »Ode To Oblivion« (2019), Oreyeon drifted away from the usual stoner rock clichés into a more elaborate and melodic style, filled with complex vocal harmonies, richer melodies and a heavier sound. The foursome now returns to Heavy Psych Sounds to present its third album »Equations For The Useless« in the summer of 2022.
»Equations For The Useless« out June 17th on Heavy Psych Sounds. Pre-order: heavypsychsounds.com/shop.htm#HPS225
Richard Silvaggio – Bass, Vocals
Andrea Ricci – Guitar
Matteo Signanini – Guitar
Pietro Virgilio – Drums