Eagle Twin: Heavy Hoof

Salt Lake City-based duo Eagle Twin will release their long-awaited third LP, The Thundering Heard (Songs Of Hoof And Horn) on March 30th via Southern Lord. The album follows 2012's The Feather Tipped The Serpent's Scale and offers the same satisfying combination of doom metal and the heaviest of the blues, for which the band earned their notoriety some ten years ago when they set off.

Heavy Hoof is the newest number unveiled off the upcoming four-track album. It is a seven-minute, bluesy, sludgy, heavy rocking piece of hell, which also happens to have its own history with the band.

Gentry Densley, vocalist and guitarist for Eagle Twin, explains:​​ "The Heavy Hoof is the first Eagle Twin song we ever wrote so it has been something we have played throughout the years but never properly recorded until now. Its a simple ditty, that has only gotten heavier over time, all about death and the devil and all that good stuff!  Its also about, you know, leaving your particles tingling, dancing in space, after your consciousness has been trampled."

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