Brothers Of the Sonic Cloth: Classic Rock premiere “La Mano Poderosa” from the Seattle trio’s debut album

5 Feb

Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth

Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth

Classic Rock today premiere the epic centerpiece of Brothers of the Sonic Cloth‘s self-titled debut album, “La Mano Poderosa”. Eleven minutes of shifting sands and foreboding intonations potently convey the ominous nature of the band’s end-times music, with periods of decisive and direct riffing interspersed with captivating lamenting melodies.

About the track vocalist/guitarist Tad Doyle comments, “Originally the main riff was one of the first songs for BOTSC, conceived in 2007 and developed over a period of seven years until this release. Lyrically the subject matter is of the notion that one has been here for thousands of years. This comes with the realization that there are ‘old souls’ who may have been here many times and have witnessed glimpses of past lives through a series of déjà vus. Some who have lived as hunter gatherers working soil, some as soldiers on bloody battlefields joining their blades with others flesh, and those who have witnessed their lives as other living beings and animals. This return to ‘here’, being the last time.


Don’t forget, you can still sample a taste of the heavy ahead of the record’s February 16th release date with a five-minute video teaser that finds Doyle presenting an in-depth look at the impetus in creating Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, the tracking process and the weighty themes that bind the record. Watch the video teaser here.

Pre orders for the CD and LP are now available, and can be placed at the following location

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