All Hail The Yeti Debut New Music Video “Nuclear Dust”
Los Angeles stoner/groove trio All Hail The Yeti have announced a brand new album, Highway Crosses. At first, in my sleepy stupor, I thought that meant the intersection of two highways, which sounds fucking hazardous. Then I realized they’re talking about those ominous white crosses on the side of the road. I hate those things.
Anyway, stupid epiphanies aside, All Hail The Yeti just dropped the first single from the record, titled “Nuclear Dust.” It’s a sludgy, driving jam with noticeable influence from the producer, Warren Riker, who’s worked with the likes of Down, Crowbar and Cathedral. The accompanying video gives an authentic look at the band goofing around in the studio, with creepy faces thrown in for good luck. Vocalist Connor Gerrity (who shared his 10 favorite spooky locations with us awhile back) says:
“Our third record, Highway Crosses, has seen the band evolve as artists and individuals. We are still keeping the heavy groovy sound that you are all familiar with, but also stretching our boundaries to try new things. It’s the old school Yeti sound (heavy, fast verses and killer hooks), and we spent a lot of time making sure we picked the right songs hoping not to alienate any of our die-hard fans. The weapons are drawn and we are ready for war!!”
Highway Crosses will be out Nov 16th via Minus Head Records (pre-order here). All Hail The Yeti will be touring Europe in support of the album with Life of Agony; dates can be found on the band’s Facebook page.