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Worshipper share a music video for Pink Floyd’s cover »One Of My Turns« taken from tribute album »The Wall [Redux]«

Boston, Massachusetts based heavy/stoner metal outfit Worshipper share a music video for Pink Floyd’s cover »One Of My Turns« taken from tribute album »The Wall [Redux]«, available via Magnetic Eye Records.

Magnetic Eye Records’ exhaustive undertaking to re-envision Pink Floyd’s concept masterpiece »The Wall« in its entirety from end to end in sequence, featuring some of the most iconic artists in heavy music today alongside some of the most exciting newcomers, such as Scott Reeder, The Melvins, Mos Generator, Pallbearer, Mark Lanegan, Ruby The Hatchet, Sasquatch, ASG, Yawning Man, Solace, Year Of The Cobra, Greenleaf, Domkraft, Sergeant Thunderhoof, Mars Red Sky, Church Of The Cosmic Skull and more. »The Wall [Redux]« was released on November 9th, 2018.

Award-winning Boston band Worshipper, whose melodically thunderous sound balances classic metal riffs and doom tendencies with soaring clean vocals and fast moving grooves, calls its urgent sound “darkly epic”. Their 2016’s debut »Shadow Hymns« has been named a masterclass in top shelf guitar rock, with the band’s harmonic phrasing and power calling for comparison to luminary artists such as Scorpions, UFO and Judas Priest. Worshipper possesses all the necessary guitar chops and unbreakable melodies to turn even the most jaded heavy metal old-timer teary-eyed with nostalgia. Through its unique mix of contemporary and classic influences, Worshipper prove that the horn-throwing soul of melodic heavy music’s past still burns brightly.

Worshipper is:
Bob Maloney – Bass, Vocals
Dave Jarvis – Drums
Alejandro Necochea – Guitar
John Brookhouse – Guitar, Vocals

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

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