THE WATCHERS Feat. SPIRALARMS, ORCHID Members: 'Today' Video Released

THE WATCHERS Feat. SPIRALARMS, ORCHID Members: 'Today' Video Released

Ripple Music has announced the signing of San Francisco Bay Area stoner/doom heavyweights THE WATCHERS. The band's "Sabbath Highway" EP will be released on November 4 on vinyl, CD and as a digital download. The EP features the following five songs: "Sabbath Highway", "Today", "Requiem", "Call The Priest" and "Just A Needle".

THE WATCHERS is a gathering of international seasoned players Tim Narducci (SPIRALARMS, WHITE WITCH CANYON) on vocals, Carter Kennedy (ORCHID) on drums, Jeremy Epp (BLACKGATES, THE VENTING MACHINE) on guitar, and Cornbread (SPIRALARMS, WHITE WITCH CANYON) on bass.

"We're very ecstatic to be a part of the Ripple family!" says Narducci. "We love their approach and the fact that they have true footing in the underground heavy rock, doom, metal scene. Todd and Pope's passion for their bands and roster is contagious and beautiful. We see a great relationship ahead!"

THE WATCHERS' video for the song "Today" can be seen below. The clip was put together by the band paying homage to the late great '70s daredevil Evel Knievel. It features all hand-picked footage by the band to guide the song along with its statement: No regrets, never look back, and live in the moment.

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