Black Wail, the Jersey City-based band that MetalSucks said ranged from “achingly melancholy to High on Fire heavy,” have released their new album, Chromium Homes, which arrived Dec. 15 via Rhym & Reason Records. They previously debuted the title track via Metal Injection, who said of the song: “a slow burner that drops tons of Deep Purple-esque melodies, The Atomic Bitchwax-type solos with a Stevie Ray Vaughn edge, and of course vocals that melt the paint right off a house.”
“My vision for this band is dark weirdness,” singer/guitar player Michael Tarlazzi says of Black Wail. “That being said, this is our best record yet.”
The album is available to order now at this location.
Black Wail tour dates:
January 19 Jersey City, NJ White Eagle Hall