Heavy sounds and harmonies from London UK.
In late 2015, Northern English melodic doom quartet Elephant Tree entered Paul Epworth’s Church Studios in Crouch End, London with an album's worth of ambitious new compositions harvested from a tireless year of live shows in the UK and across Europe.
Elephant Tree's second titanic volume of metal, rock and progressively heavy psychedelic doom was produced by the band with assistance from Adam Durbridge (and tracked on the original Neve console that Pink Floyd famously used to record Wish You Were Here) and mixed by renowned engineer Matt Wiggins (U2, The Pop Group, Foster The People) in less than a week.
"Elephant Tree are masters of combining gloomy atmosphere with head-bobbing grooves... It's truly a mind-numbing and nirvana-like experience to hear this talented band do their thing." - Metal Injection
"Molten heaviness, memorable songwriting and a sense of overarching cohesion that I have no doubt will make it one of this still-new year’s most satisfying debut full-lengths." - The Obelisk