[News] Kanaan publish official video for “Return To The Tundrasphere” from upcoming album

Norwegian Psychedelic Rock/Krautrock band Kanaan is here to launch you directly into another dimension with their new single “Return To The Tundrasphere” taken from upcoming new album “Earthboun,” due out on November 12, 2021 via Jansen Records. Clocking in at over eight minutes, Kanaan brings back elements of their previous work to create a darker world absolutely teeming with crunchy riffs. watch the new single track “Return To The Tundrasphere” through the YouTube player below:

‘Return To The Tundrasphere’ is the meaner and darker sibling of ‘Urgent Excursions To The Tundrasphere’ from our second album Odense Sessions,” said the band. “It’s based upon the same guitar riff, but that’s more or less where the similarities end. With ‘Return To The Tundrasphere’ we wanted to make a real stoner rock banger inspired by bands such as MotorpsychoCausa Sui, and Lowrider, and it shows Kanaan from a new and heavier side.

Kanaan will release their new record “Earthbound” on November 12, 2021. 

Pre-orders are available on Bandcamp: https://kanaanband.bandcamp.com/album/earthbound

Official Press Release from Kanaan Bandcamp:

Emerging from an ocean of fuzz like a Kyuss that went to Jazz school, instrumental power trio Kanaan are ready with their fourth studio album in as many years. The three prolific young musicians are seemingly everywhere on the Norwegian music scene these days, as members of Mall Girl, Daufødt, JUNO and Vegard & Ivar Band. A diverse selection of bands that display the aptitude of the players, as well as their eclectic musical influences.

Where Kanaan’s former albums have been Jazzy and Psychedelic explorations, with forays into Kraut and free improvisation, the new album “Earthbound” comes at you, heavier than a ton of bricks. However, even though they wear their Stoner Rock influences on their sleeve, the music is not a departure from their earlier projects, more of a continuation.

Inspired by bands such as Colour Haze, Hawkwind, Elder, Motorpsycho and Acid Mothers Temple, “Earthbound” serves up plenty of surprising twists and turns, beautiful and mellow passages and masterful musicianship. Although never flashy, the whole album is a showcase of the three wildly talented musicians as they plow their way through enormous riffs and thunderous grooves.

Searching to perfect their hybrid of Heavy Rock and Psychedelic Jazz influences, the band isolated themselves in Halden’s Athletic Sound Studios, working day and night to accomplish what became “Earthbound,” a quantum leap for their sound in terms of sheer heaviness and Psychedelic extravaganza compared to their previous albums. 


Ask Vatn Strøm / Guitars, Percussion, Oscillations
Ingvald André Vassbø / Drums, Percussion, Speed Farfisa
Eskild Myrvoll – Bass, Synths, Mellotron, Guitar

1 Prelude
2 Return to the Tundrasphere
3 Pink Riff
4 Bourdon
5 Mirage 6 Mudbound
7 Crash
8 No Star Unturned

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Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

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