All Souls, the Los Angeles-based band featuring former members of Totimoshi (Meg Castellanos and Tony Aguilar), The Desert Sessions/Fatso Jetson (Tony Tornay), and Black Elk (Erik Trammell) are streaming “Sadist/Servant” via Revolver.
The track seems to fuse a middle eastern sound with a swampy blues sound, while at its midpoint takes on a Sgt. Pepper’s-era sound from The Beatles.
About the track featuring Danny Carey of Tool, Tornay said:
’Sadist/Servant’ never gets boring. It’s always in your face and never falls back in the pocket. Danny killed it. He’s playing this really aggressive instrument on the quietest part of the song.
The song comes from the band’s forthcoming, self-titled debut, which arrives February 9th, via Sunyata Records. Pre-orders for the nine-song release, which include an immediate download of both “Sadist/Servant” and “Never Know” are available now (digital and physical).
All Souls Live Dates:
January 23 Leeds, UK Northern Guitars
January 24 Glasgow, UK Nice’n’Sleazy
January 25 Coventry, UK The Phoenix
January 26 London, UK The Black Heart
January 27 Manchester, UK Rebellion Manchester
January 28 Bristol, UK The Lanes
February 9 Los Angeles, CA Cosmic Vinyl (Record Release show)
Rock Hard \m/