EARTHLESS Unveils New Song ‘Equus October’; New Album ‘From The Ages’ Drops 8th October
28th September 2013
Award-winning San Diego power rock band EARTHLESS will release its brand new album From the Ages on October 8 via Tee Pee Records. The first new studio album from the globally celebrated trio since the release of 2007′s critically acclaimed Rhythms from a Cosmic Sky, the hour-long double LP was recorded with producer Phil Manley (Trans Am, The Fucking Champs, SubArachnoid Space). And now NOISEY premieres the new EARTHLESS track “Equus October“, calling the band’s sound “sonic sculptures as powerful as Heisenberg meth.” The song premiere also includes an in-depth interview with drummer Mario Rubalcaba, who talks in detail about the band, recently dubbed “expert practitioners of an outdated art” by the New York Times. Don’t delay, head over to Noisey and crank EARTHLESS ”Equus October” now at THIS LOCATION!
Stereogum recently unleashed the brand new EARTHLESS song “Violence of the Red Sea“, calling the band’s sound “an absolutely apocalyptic brand of instrumental stoner-psychedelic-doom that relies on each player basically being a total powerhouse carrying an equal (and very heavy) load.” Rock EARTHLESS‘ stunning “Violence of the Red Sea” right now at THIS LOCATION!
Pitchfork is also giving music fans the first taste of new EARTHLESS, premiering the new song “Uluru Rock“. Check out EARTHLESS‘ “Uluru Rock” now at THIS LOCATION!
“We feel this is some of the strongest material that we have ever created and we cannot wait to get out there and share it with everyone in a live setting,” said the band when asked for comment. From the Ages‘ sprawling, epic cover art was created by renowned rock music poster artist Alan Forbes (Queens of the Stone Age, SWANS, Black Crowes) while the record’s surreal inner design was brought to life by the band’s own Mike Eginton.
Formed in 2001, EARTHLESS prides itself on creating energetic, utterly unique and free thinking instrumental music inspired by an eclectic mix of German krautrock and Japanese heavy blues-rock. The Californian trio has dedicated itself to mastery of the mind-bending jam session, evoking the spirits of Jimi Hendrix and Black Sabbath in equal measure. Named after a song title from vintage New York garage-psych band The Druids of Stonehenge, EARTHLESS‘ sound has been called “A sonic kaleidoscope of lava and lightning”, earning it the title of “California’s loudest band”. The group delivers “one of the best live shows in all of modern, heavy rock,” leading to one reviewer stating that the band’s “epic shredding harkens back to the days were psychedelic rock had balls the size of grapefruits and wasn’t afraid to take its listeners on a ride for which they may never return.”
Each member of EARTHLESS has done time in many other bands. Drummer (and former pro skater) Mario Rubalcaba currently plays in the hardcore punk band OFF! and has also occupied the drum throne in Rocket From The Crypt and Hot Snakes amongst many others. Bassist Mike Eginton played with Electric Nazarene and guitarist Isaiah Mitchell was most recently in Howlin’ Rain, has played with Nebula and Drunk Horse and also heads up the Bay Area band Golden Void. In the end, EARTHLESS is the musical rock that grounds the three musicians and now, after more than half a decade since the release of their last studio LP, EARTHLESS has returned and is out to prove — through sheer rock power — why they are considered the cream of the modern day heavy psych scene.
From the Ages Track listing:
1.) Violence of the Red Sea (14:44)
2.) Uluru Rock (14:08)
3.) Equus October (5:42)
4.) From the Ages (30:55)
EARTHLESS has just announce a handful of US West Coast tour dates in support of From the Ages. The just-released live dates are as follows:
October 17: Long Beach, CA – Alex’s Bar [tickets]
October 21: Seattle, WA – El Corazon [tickets]
October 24: San Francisco, CA – Bottom of the Hill [tickets]
October 26: San Diego, CA – The Casbah [tickets]
Source: Action! PR
Photo Credit: Camilla Saufley
Published on 28th September 2013 at 3:14 pm and has the following tags: