Richmond, Virginia’s Book Of Wyrms announce new single “Storm Warning” to release on September 13th via Desert Records.
It’s Melodic, driving Heavy Metal that’s still weird and spacey. Moody female vocals ride on Fuzz bass and razor-sharp Marshall leads, as flying saucer synths lurk in the back. The song is about the destructive prowess of weather, and what happens when humans seize that power.
SW was mastered by Rob Wrong (Witch Mountain) and features blacklight art by Stephen Krakow (Plastic Crimewave). If you dig Doom, Psych, or Space Rock but can’t spare 20 minutes, this jam’s for you.
“Storm Warning” lands somewhere between 80’s Priest and Hawkwind.
This will be the band’s third release on Albuquerque’s Desert Records.
In 2021, BOW’s third full length “Occult New Age” was released worlwide on LP, CD, Cassette, digital download, and on streaming platforms.
In 2022, a stand alone single (and extended version) called “SodaPop Glacier” was released on streaming platforms and bandcamp.
An incredibly hardworking band full of wonderful individuals, Book of Wyrms has a rapidly growing fan base. The band took their music to Canada for the first time in May of 2023.
This is a band to watch, as they continue to rise to the top of the heavy underground.
Pucrahse the track and Stream the official teaser on Bandcamp: https://bookofwyrms.bandcamp.com/album/storm-warning-single