Trees and Crucial Blast Release “Light’s Bane”

The debut album from the Portland quartet Trees delivers two epic tracks of monolithic, blackened doom metal with a twisted, noise-damaged approach and a dank basement vibe. Trees craft glacial abstract riffs and rivers of ashen amplifier goo that fans of feedback-laden heaviosity will find highly satisfying, a kind of grinding, slow-motion black hole psychedelia that has a similar hypnotic death-ritual quality as artists like Bloody Panda and Khanate, but with their own unique trance state of swirling guitar textures, horrific jet black dronescapes and ghoulish, excoriating vocals. Features members of the PDX psych-sludge outfit Tecumseh (Important Records).

MP3 track excerpts from Light’s Bane:
“Nothing”: http://www.crucialblastshop.net/audio/trees_nothing.lite.mp3
“Black” : http://www.crucialblastshop.net/audio/trees_black.lite.mp3

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