Welcome metalheads! Thanks to our good friends George and Buke of the MetalHeads Podcast not long ago I discovered some doom I was unaware of and now they have a new album on the way. Check out the nautically doomy Ahab!
So it wasn’t all that long ago that I asked our friends from the MetalHeads Podcast what some of their favorite doom albums/acts were and Buke happily shared one of his recent favorites, Ahab’s 2012 album The Giant. It took me all of a few minutes to search it down and begin listening since Ahab was new to me and I have to agree with Buke, it’s a damn good album. An album I now own because of that initial suggestion a few months ago. Thanks for that Buke! A short time ago I began seeing some early previews for a new Ahab album coming out in just a couple weeks now. I have to say a little annoyingly Napalm Records put several short song previews on Soundcloud and I say annoying because hearing just one minute or so of a doom song is like taking a bite out of a delicious sandwich only to have it ripped from your hand and tossed into the sewer. But that aside the new album sounds awesome and since I forgot to share this last week here is the video Ahab did for Like Red Foam (The Great Storm). The song is awesome and the vid is interestingly not what you’d expect with a message so check it out below.
The Boats of the Glen Carrig comes out August 28th pre-order yours via Napalm Records. You can also keep up to date on all of Ahab’s latest news and notes via Facebook and Twitter.
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