Published Apr 08, 2015Resuscitated Los Angeles metal troupe Goatsnake are previewing their long-awaited Black Age Blues LP with an ultra gloomy cut called "Elevated Man." Even if the song is caked in sludge, you can let the band take you higher via a newly unveiled song stream.
Detuned and distortion-dialling riffs split the difference between early Sabbath and the dirty desert rock of Queens of the Stone Age for most of the cut, but a rowdy roadhouse groove complete with some serious harmonica honkin' takes care of the mid-section.
As previously reported, guitarist Greg Anderson's riffs on the LP are said to be "heavier than ever before," and you can make that judgement call for yourself by giving the song a stream down below. The rest of Black Age Blues, meanwhile, arrives June 2 through Anderson's Southern Lord imprint.