Stoner Rockers SEA OF SNAKES Release Video For “End Of The Sun”

Just in time for Halloween season, stoner rockers SEA OF SNAKES have released an ominious video for their song “End of the Sun”. The track is taken from their album The Serpent And The Lamb which is out now on CD and all streaming platforms.

The band comments “ ‘End of the Sun’ uses doomy, guitar-heavy riffs and lyrics to paint a post-apocalyptic picture of the end of the world.  Long after man is gone, the beasts will come back to take ownership of a hellish world with no hope. ‘End of the Sun’ drives this message home and makes it very clear that man’s time on earth is very temporary.”

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A powerful mix of hard rock, stoner rock/metal with touches of doom, The Serpent And The Lamb is a fuzz-fuelled explosion. In 2021 the band signed with Metal Assault Records to release their debut EP, World On Fire, and now the new album marks the next chapter of SEA OF SNAKES’ journey.

“SEA OF SNAKES – taking a mixture of sounds that groove, shake and dazzle from a southern-fried angle that is always catchy” – Dead Rhetoric

Unleashing all fury in a call to arms, the album begins with the high-impact “Start A War” in their exploration of our society that encourages animosity instead of peace. SEA OF SNAKES throw their all into this ferocious track with driving guitar rhythms, soaring vocals and thundering percussion. SEA OF SNAKES thrive in producing dynamic music incorporating and reimaging elements from across the stoner and doom realms. The slow haunting pace of “End of the Sun” manifests the devilishly delightful doom out of the impending gloom. While the smooth and sultry riffs of “Dead Man’s Song” contrast the emotive narrative surrounding addiction and the repercussions of it. The Serpent And The Lamb has it all. Full-throttle distortion delivers the heavy throughout “In Hell” which then intensifies ten-fold for “Hands are Tied”. Drawing The Serpent And The Lamb to a close, “The Ritual” fuses a melting pot of fuzz and sludge goodness with hard rock riffs and a catchy chorus hook. It’s a thrilling conclusion to this deadly ritual.

These untameable serpents make no apologies in turning it up to eleven. Become immersed in the captivating sounds forming beneath the darkening skies. A drop of blood may be spilled here and there, but The Serpent And The Lamb is an experience not be missed.

Jim McCloskey – guitars
Jeff Murray – drums
Jason Busiek – vocals
Lorenzo Almanza – bass

Track Listing: 

1. Start A War
2. Demon Seed
3. Get the Gun
4. End of the Sun
5. Dead Man’s Song
6. Third Kind
7. In Hell
8. God of Creation
9. Hands are Tied
10. The Ritual