"Seven Tenets", the new video from San Francisco Bay Area stoner/doom heavyweights THE WATCHERS, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's debut album, "Black Abyss", which was released in March via Ripple Music.
THE WATCHERS is a gathering of international seasoned players Tim Narducci (SPIRALARMS, WHITE WITCH CANYON) on vocals, Carter Kennedy (ORCHID) on drums, Jeremy Epp (BLACKGATES, THE VENTING MACHINE) on guitar, and Cornbread (SPIRALARMS, WHITE WITCH CANYON) on bass.
THE WATCHERS delivered "Black Abyss" during an extensive tour schedule last year in support of "Sabbath Highway", the band's debut EP released in 2016. Mixed by Max Norman (OZZY OSBOURNE, MEGADETH), the album is everything you'd expect and more from a band well-versed in the enigmatic ways of heavy rock, packing an onslaught of massive riffs and twists that take the listener through a heady and heavy musical trip.
"Black Abyss" track listing:
01. Black Abyss 02. Alien Lust 03. Oklahoma Black Magic 04. Buzzard 05. Starfire 06. People Of The Gun 07. Suffer Fool 08. Seven Tenets
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