Now playing at cosmic riff portal, The Obelisk, "Behold, The Anunnaki" earns its name from an assembly of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures (The Anunnaki), and oozes a cathartically magnetic, psychedelic swagger that's difficult not to fall prey to.
Check out "Behold, the Anunnaki" now casting spells and taking names at The Obelisk at THIS LOCATION.
Formed in Wheeling, West Virginia in 2011, BRIMSTONE COVEN churns a compelling amalgam of dark, smoky cult rock that echoes the eerie reverberations of hard rock icons such as Black Sabbath and Pentagram, mixed with the classic rock manifestations of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, all the while preserving a vintage rock sound mixed with a style all their own.
The outfit's Metal Blade debut boasts seventeen inebriating tracks of manic occult conjurings - a combo of their self-released full-length and EP - complete with new mastering and the vintage art renderings of Creighton Hill.
Brimstone Coven will be released in Europe via Metal Blade Records on August 1st, 2014. Preorder you copy at THIS LOCATION where you can also sample delightfully jam-laden fifth cut, "The Grave".
"Coming across as Zeppelin meets '70s Black Sabbath (the best kind), BRIMSTONE COVEN certainly have that vintage sound in spades, guitars are crisp, bass feels warm and drums played adeptly, with a looseness that only Messieurs Moon, Ward and Mitchell …are known for. Great stuff and what a voice, 'Big John' is quite the frontman with an endearing and rich tone to his voice and yes he sounds. Killer." - The Sludgelord