Today WINDHAND give us another glimpse of what's to come on their impending album Eternal Return with new single "Diablerie". Embodying the album's more reflective side, "Diablerie" fully captures the band's artistic growth and the juxtaposition of genre-bending, heavy psychedelia that's apparent throughout Eternal Return.
Richmond, Virginia's psychedelic heavyweightsWINDHAND unveil "Grey Garden," the video and lead single off their forthcoming album Eternal Return. Today NPRdebuted the Jordan Vance directed piece describing the song, "is led by Morris' towering riff and a guitar tone so deep, so thick that it's like sipping on a frothy pint of the void...there's a serious undercurrent of grunge. Windhand spends a good section of the track to drop out of distortion and meditate on flannel-powered flange and EBow as Cottrell's voice drifts in and out of space." Read all about it here and check out NPR's 200 Greatest Songs By 21st Century Women which recently featured WINDHAND's classic, "Orchard".
Cvlt Nation recently premiered a series of track-by-track commentary videos for our new album Grief's Infernal Flower! In the three-part series, we discuss the ideas, creative processes, and concepts behind the album. All three installments are currently available right here on our website.
Richmond, VA quintet WINDHAND have shared an evil new video just in time for Halloween. The story goes: It's Halloween, 1987. Four best friends are out trick-or-treating on their BMXs. Four older bullies in a muscle car have an appetite for something more sinister than candy.