LEGEND OF THE SEAGULLMEN Feat. TOOL's DANNY CAREY And MASTODON's BRENT HINDS: 'The Fogger' Song
January 12, 2018
LEGEND OF THE SEAGULLMEN will release its self-titled debut album on February 9, 2018 via Dine Alone Records. The track "The Fogger", taken from the upcoming disc, can be streamed below.
LEGEND OF THE SEAGULLMEN is a genre-destroying supergroup featuring TOOL's Danny Carey on drums, MASTODON's Brent Hinds on guitar, director Jimmy Hayward ("Jonah Hex") on guitar, David "The Doctor" Dreyer on vocals, ZAPPA MEETS ZAPPA's Peter Griffin on bass, and Chris DiGiovanni on synth, alongside the help of a few more rippers.
Joining forces to make cinematic psychedelic rock, the SEAGULLMEN sing of ship wrecks and giant mutant squid, crafting conceptual rock 'n' roll hymns of epic proportions.
"'The Fogger' is a mystical aquatic tale about THE SEAGULLMEN's very own drummer, Danny Carey," guitarist Jimmy Hayward told Revolver. "He stalks the ocean in search of users, abusers and polluters and deals lethal justice with his third eye while ripping the faces from skulls, just like he does during the punishing and beautifully complex drum solo in the middle of the song. The solo explodes into a furious conclusion, leaving no doubt about the karmic justice and pure ferocious power of 'The Fogger'!"
"Legend Of The Seagullmen" will be available on vinyl, CD, and digitally in a variety of packages via Dine Alone Records. (Limited-edition bundles include drumsticks hand-signed by Danny Carey, along with band jewelry!)
The SEAGULLMEN will take to the stage on New Year's Eve, alongside PRIMUS, in Oakland, California.
"Legend Of The Seagullmen" track listing:
01. We Are The Seagullmen 02. The Fogger 03. Shipswreck 04. Curse Of The Red Tide 05. Legend Of The Seagullmen 06. The Orca 07. Rise Of The Giant 08. Ballad Of The Deep Sea Diver
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