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Temple Of Deimos new album »Heading To Saint Reaper« out now on all digital streaming platforms

Genoa, Italy based stoner rock trio Temple Of Deimos has just released their new album »Heading To Saint Reaper« this Friday, March 18th, 2022 in digital format via Argonauta Records.

Stream »Heading To Saint Reaper« on your favorite digital platform!

01. Deadly Lines
02. Deflagration Deal
03. Bad Time Choices
04. Elvis Aaron Stoner
05. Saint Reaper Waltz
06. Melalcoholia
07. Suddenly Like A Robot
08. Charlie Song (Thirteen Times Yeah)
09. Gianni
10. Yawning Girl

Courtesy of All Noir PR:

March 18, 2022 will Genoa-based desert rockers Temple Of Deimos release their third, full-length album. It’s the trio’s first record in eight long years!

Following their latest, 2014- album, »Work To Be Done«, which was lauded by both fans and critics alike, Temple Of Deimos are currently gearing up for their long awaited new album, entitled »Heading To Saint Reaper«. The Italian stoner rock trio, who was formed in 2006, channels the flavor of groups such as QOTSA, Kyuss as well as Red Fang, and is inspired by the Palm Desert and 90’s grunge scene. Creating a heavy fuzz yet psychedelic desert rock sound in a distinctive shape, the band’s new album will even see them stepping out of their comfort zone, ultimately cementing their own and unique character.

»Heading To Saint Reaper« was recorded, mixed and mastered by Mattia Cominotto at Green Fog Studio in Genoa, Italy.

Photo by Davide Colombino

Get your digital copy here:
Reserve your CD now: (ship date April 2022)

Vinyl edition pre-orders to start as soon as we will get confirmed of a real ship date by the factories.

Temple Of Deimos is:
Fabio Speranza – Vocals & Guitar
Francesco Leo – Drums
Stefano Parodi – Bass

For fans of Red Fang, Fu Manchu, Queens Of The Stone Age, Nebula, Mondo Generator and Truckfighters.

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

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