Bleeth: Blood Moon

A month before the release of their upcoming full length, Geomancer, Miami's stoner/doom heavy hitters, Bleeth, present the second single off the anticipated record.

In under four minutes, Blood Moon manages to convey the slow burning heaviness of an doom epic, beginning at a captivating, lethargic pace, and gradually leading into a gratifying climactic conclusion.

"Written at a time when I was bathing myself in the early works of Crowbar, I had all this brutal guitar work swirling in my head," says the band's bassist, Ryan Rivas. "Soon enough it manifested itself into this slow magnetic riff that unfolds and shifts in tempo. It puts a grin on my face every time I watch the end riff pummel the crowd over the head."

Blood Moon comes just in time for the longest lunar eclipse of this century, occurring on Friday, July 27th, 2018; also scenically described as a deep red blood moon.

Geomancer comes out August 24th, 2018 via Anti-Language Records.

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