US heavy psychedelic rockers KADABRA share new video “Settle Me”; debut album out this September on Heavy Psych Sounds.

Spokane, Washington heavy psychedelic trio KADABRA shares their lysergic and intoxicating new video “Settle Me” exclusively via The Obelisk today!

“Easily digable for the converted, and one of the best debuts I’ve heard this year, Kadabra shouldn’t be tossed off because their name reminds you of someone else, and among the ever-packed roster of Heavy Psych Sounds, they legitimately bring something of their own to the label and to the style of molten riffery they play.” reviews The Obelisk.

🍄 Watch KADABRA new video « Settle Me » via The Obelisk 🍄

Written throughout the 2020 global pandemic, KADABRA’s debut album presents an aesthetic that nears that classic rock charm and energy. With a warm and sultry sound that weaves together the lysergic flow and fuzzy drive of modern psychedelia, soaring bluesy riffage and magnetic reverb-drenched vocals, ‘Ultra’ is an all-killer-no-filler album in the vein of early All Them WitchesBlack AngelsDead Meadowand Fuzz

‘Ultra’ will be released on September 17th, 2021 through Heavy Psych Sounds, and available to preorder now on various vinyl formats, CD and digital

KADABRA Debut album ‘Ultra’
Out September 17th on Heavy Psych Sounds

 In 2020, a year wrecked with cultural dissent and a global pandemic, fellow musicians and long-time friends Garrett Zanol (Blackwater Prophet) and Ian Nelson decided to start their own band. After retaining the talents of their favorite local drummer Chase Howard, the group got to work on writing an album that illustrates their current climate. KADABRA delivers the eerie psyche crawl of acts like Dead Meadow and the heavy fuzzed riff grime of Black Sabbath. In the fall of 2020, they tracked their debut album with Dawson Scholz, for a release this fall on Heavy Psych Sounds.

KADABRA is
Garrett Zanol – Vocals/Guitar
Ian Nelson – Bass
Chase Howard – Drums

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