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After four years of honing their sound on the international live circuit, London based prog rock and doom artisans Elephant Tree are back with their highly anticipated third album Habits. Every aspect of Elephant Trees previously established sound has been amplified to 11 and fine tuned to perfection - The heavy, driving, groove holds a more calculated rhythmic swing counterbalanced with leads that hold a soberingly clear gentleness. This is all tied together with vocals that possess a charming hedonism to their timbre, which is sure to win over the lush in all of us. The union of sonic density and yearning is captured wonderfully, thanks in no small part to the bands production choice of The Church Studios (U2, Nick Cave, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Adele amongst others). If the sound of Kyuss and Smashing Pumpkins partying with Hunter S. Thompson and Cult Of Luna in an arena sounds like a good time, then this is the album for you.
Habits is a wonderfully euphoric progressive doom-metal record
When I heard this album's lead single ‘Birds’ for the first time, Elephant Tree were a new name to me. But not a new band as it goes. Habits is in fact the group's third album, following their debut album Theia in 2014 and eponymous 2016 album Elephant Tree. ‘Bird’ certainly sets the tone for Habits and I would urge all followers of our recommendations to check out this track if nothing else. You are busy people after all, I know. If you love it, you’ll find the album follows suit. Habits is a wonderfully euphoric progressive doom-metal record. If either of ‘progressive’ or ‘metal’, ‘doom’ even, put you off, fight the urge. Hearing is believing.