Woodhawk to release new studio album “Violent Nature” on November 1st 2019

Woodhawk Violent Nature cover
Hailing from the foothills of the majestic Rocky Mountains, Woodhawk are undeniable masters of riff rock, harnessing the classic influences of Black Sabbath and Thin Lizzy with smooth grooves, cranked-up amps, and hard-hitting drums that coalesce into impressive soundscapes. With lyrical themes that span the imagination and incorporate elements of science fiction, mythicism and the more contemporary struggles of modern times, Woodhawk proudly wear their hearts on their sleeves.
 
Formed in 2014, following the release of their self-titled EP, the band returned with the critically acclaimed full length “Beyond the Sun” in 2017. A melodically rich and varied album, steeped in sci-fi vibes catchy riffs, Beyond the Sun cemented Woodhawk’s status as a desert rock band with the kind of potential to power from terrafirma into the great beyond.
 
Returning to Rain City Recorders in Vancouver earlier this year, Woodhawk worked with Jesse Gander​ (Anciients​, Bison​, 3 Inches of Blood​, Japandroids​) to record their sophomore album “Violent Nature”, which is due for official release this November.

Over the course of two weeks, Woodhawk tracked their strongest effort yet, producing songs that addressed the struggles of mental health on new material that abandoned the world of fantasy in pursuit of emotional authenticity and self-discovery. Grounded with one foot in the present and another in the future, Woodhawk’s outlook is as boundless as their command of the genre.

Listen to new song “Weightless Light” below.

“Violent Nature” by Woodhawk is released on November 1st, 2019, and can be pre-ordered here.

Tracklist:
1. Snake in the Grass
2. Weightless Light
3. Dry Blood
4. Heartstopper
5. Old Silence
6. Clear the Air
7. Violent Nature
8. As a Friend
9. Our Greatest Weakness

Line-up:
Turner Midzain – Vocals, Guitar
Mike Badmington – Bass, Vocals
Kevin Nelson – Drums

Weblinks:
www.woodhawkriffs.com
www.facebook.com/WoodhawkRiffs