The Ukrainian stoner rockers Stoned Jesus presented a new music video for the second song "Thessalia" from the forthcoming album "Pilgrims". The video was directed by the band’s frontman Igor Sidorenko together with Re:evolution Film team and the cameraman Eugene Kredentser.
According to Sidorenko [translated from Ukrainian by Noizr], "Thessalia" is "the most groovy track of the album, as well as the shortest. I can’t wait for the tour to play it live".
"Pilgrims" will be the fourth album in Stoned Jesus’ discography and their first record, released via Napalm Records. Recording and mixing of the 7-track LP took place at the LipkyZvukoZapys Studio in Kyiv, Ukraine, and mastering — at the Metropolis Studios (Queen, Michael Jackson, U2, Elton John, etc.) in London, UK. "Pilgrims" cover artwork was created by the Norwegian artist Anders Rokkum.
According to Stoned Jesus' comment, the release will be "a rather multi-faceted affair mixing groove with noise rock elements, lots of proggy infusions and maybe even a sick bass line reminiscent of good old Deftones (the song "Thessalia")".
"Pilgrims" comes out on September 7 this year, and the same day the band’s tour in support of the new record kicks off. The first show will take place at the club "Bingo" in Kyiv, Ukraine. "Pilgrims" album's pre-orders are available here.
Read our interview with Stoned Jesus' leader Igor Sidorenko: "It’s better to work on the result than to visualize yourself stadiums"
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