Holy Fawn Debut “Dark Stone” Video

Holy Fawn Debut “Dark Stone” Video

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Phoenix, Ariz. – Holy Fawn, the Phoenix based band who describe themselves as “four creatures making loud heavy pretty noises, release a video for “Dark Stone”, as the band’s buzzed about under-the-radar album, Death Spells, gets a proper release via Triple Crown Records (home to Caspian and Covet).

“This record came out of nowhere and absolutely knocked me on my ass. I knew nothing of it, had zero idea what to expect and literally had goosebumps for a majority of my first listen.” – Riley Breckenridge (Thrice)

“The album is beautiful, heavy, & hypnotizing- listening from top to bottom will take you on a trance-inducing journey” – Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God)

“ a little-known indie band from Arizona being touted as the next big thing by respected musicians isn’t something I’m likely to gloss over lightly…I was sufficiently impressed, but it wasn’t until the band released the first single from Death Spells, ‘Arrows’… that I fully realized how exciting and potentially important this band could be.” – David Zeidler (Heavy Blog Is Heavy/Arctic Drones)

Death Spells initially received a DIY, regional release in 2018, with the band’s friend putting out the 10-song album via his label, Whelmed Records. Word about the young band began to grow out of the Southwest with fans and friends sharing the songs and “Drag Me Into The Woods” video (https://youtu.be/21RwvD_ohVM) via social media, eventually tipping off a handful of in-the-know writers and musicians. Stereogum proclaimed it as one of the “Top 50 Records of 2018,” New Noise dubbed it a “sonic adventure,” and Heavy Blog Is Heavy/Arctic Drones’ writer David Zeidler saying, “ a little-known indie band from Arizona being touted as the next big thing by respected musicians isn’t something I’m likely to gloss over lightly… I was sufficiently impressed, but it wasn’t until the band released the first single from Death Spells, ‘Arrows’… that I fully realized how exciting and potentially important this band could be.” Thrice’s Riley Breckenridge said he “literally had goosebumps for a majority of my first listen” and Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe offered, “listening from top-to-bottom will take you on a trance-inducing journey.”

Triple Crown Records re-release the album digitally (http://smarturl.it/holy_fawn) with the vinyl available via Holy Roar (https://bit.ly/2CHfoeW).

Holy Fawn kicks off a western U.S. tour this evening at Club Congress in Tucson, dates are:

March 28 Tucson, AZ Club Congress

March 29 Tempe, AZ Yucca Tap Room

March 30 San Diego, CA Space

March 31 Los Angeles, CA The Echo

April 3 San Jose, CA Ritz

April 4 Oakland, CA Elbo Room

April 5 Eugene, OR HiFi Music Hall

April 6 Portland, OR High Water

April 7 Seattle, WA Vera Project

April 9 Salt Lake City, UT Diabolical Records

April 10 Las Vegas, NV Shawteau

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