March 22 — Independent hard rock band Vermilion Whiskey offered audiences yet another preview of its forthcoming album, Crimson & Stone this week with the premiere of the video for the album’s third single, ‘Atrophy.’
As with the album’s first two singles, this latest single once again bears a strong comparison to works from the likes of Pantera, Black Label Society and Crowbar. That is fully evidenced through the southern sludge/doom sound and stylistic approach taken throughout the song.
The band talked about the song’s arrangement ins a prepared statement.
“This track completely imbibes the entire spirit and premise of the album’s namesake, and sets the tone for what we have in store for the future,” the statement reads.
No information was provided about the song’s lyrical theme in the news release announcing the lyric video’s premiere. The lyrics presented in the video hint at the theme centering on the familiar topic of a person’s inner emotional and mental struggles That is just this critic’s interpretation.
The lyric video for the new single is certain to engage audiences. It presents the song’s lyrics over various random psychedelic images as the song plays over the unique visualization.
Vermilion Whiskey’s new album, Crimson & Stone is scheduled for release May 26. The record is the band’s third full-length studio offering. The band released its debut album, 10 South in September 2013. The band’s sophomore effort, Spirit of Tradition, followed less than four years later in February 2017.
The track listing for Crimson & Stone is noted below:
Crimson & Stone Track Listing:
- Down on You
- The Get Down
- Good Lovin
More information on Vermilion Whiskey’s new single and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at: