New York City fuzz rock outfit WHITE HILLS today unveils a mind-bending visualizer created for the track “Oceans Of Sound.” Currently playing at The Sleeping Shaman, the track is featured on the band’s The Revenge Of Heads On Fire full-length, set for release September 16th via Heads On Fire Industries.
Harnessing the energy of ferocious, hedonistic rock with blissful passages of dark ambience, The Revenge Of Heads On Fire explores themes of mortality, transformation, and rebirth. Together, the duo reveals a spiritual depth unparalleled in previous works. The roar of fire, swirling of oceans, and hallucinogenic visions can be heard throughout the seventy-five-minute journey.
“Oceans Of Sound” is a rumbling tidal wave of wah-wah guitar crashing into a surf of pounding bass and drums. A hint of classic ‘70s rock with a modern psychedelic bent, the song resonates with chanted vocal lines and huge, raw riffs.
Frontman Dave W. elaborates, “This song was lyrically inspired by Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 which envisions a nightmare world void of books and critical thought.”
Writes The Sleeping Shaman, “As WHITE HILLS prepares to unleash this sonic exploration, it’s The Shaman’s absolute honor to bring you a skaters and surfers paradise that is the tripped-out video for the reworked track ‘Oceans Of Sound.’”
WHITE HILLS is currently wrapping up a North American tour with Iowa-based stoner doom duo Telekinetic Yeti. The six-week journey comes to a close on August 29th in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On October 12th, the band will kick off a month-long EU/UK tour. See all confirmed dates below.