Frederick, Maryland based doomgaze/surf/noise rock trio High Noon Kahuna featuring members of Internal Void, Admiral Browning, Akris and The Larrys premiere a music video for the track »Sand Storm« from their debut album, »Killing Spree«, out on November 18th, 2022.

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High Noon Kahuna is a trio of veteran heavy music performers based in the Mid-Atlantic U.S. region of Frederick, Maryland. With Tim Otis on guitar (Admiral Browning / Akris), Brian Goad on drums (Internal Void / The Larrys), and Paul Cogle on bass and vocals (Akris / Black Blizzard).

These three gents have been acquainted for many years and, throughout their accord, have unfailingly supported each other in all their various bands. At the onset of 2022, this crew found themselves with the fortunate opportunity to jam. And jam, they unquestionably did!

When like-minded musicians converge, something mystical happens. By bringing years of influence and admiration for all musical genres, High Noon Kahuna has created an unusual style that disobeys the rule of music categorization. Drawing on influences from surf, noise, punk, western, shoegaze, black metal, and doom, it’s hard to confine the diversity into a specific box at any given moment.

With their new release, »Killing Spree«, out since Friday, November 18th, the band fuses a collective sound from noisy and fuzzy to clean and sparkly, with every gleam in between.

Today, High Noon Kahuna debuts a new video for the song »Sand Storm« over at Stoner Hive. The band gives us an eye into the storm: “The music for »Sand Storm« was created freestyle; it begins with an upbeat style and ends with utter devastation and doom. The lyrics were inspired by a Creedence Clearwater Revival song and hit on some of the things humankind is doing to planet Earth. The video was produced by Captain Adam’s VHS Pirate Ship.”

Dive in and take a spin in the »Sand Storm« video debuting at Stoner Hive!

With the vivid cover art created by Jon Moser, »Killing Spree« was recorded in the Spring of 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland, at Developing Nations by Kevin Burnsten. Mastering was done by James Plotkin at Plotkin Works. The album was released on November 18, 2022.

High Noon Kahuna:
Tim Otis: Guitar
Brian Goad: Drums
Paul Cogle: Bass / Vocals

After eyeing the »Sand Storm« video premiere streaming at Stoner Hive and reading Joop Konrad’s review, hit up the High Noon Kahuna Bandcamp to order »Killing Spree«:

“This is the kind of music that would give your car an extra hundred miles even when you have run out of fuel.” – Stoner Hive

“To bottom line it for you… there are two things you need to know. One, the band isn’t a joke. Two, they pull it off. I’ll not predict where they might go from here, end up in terms of sound or songwriting or style or anything else, but not knowing that is part of what makes the material so exciting, since the potential avenues spread out like the stinging tentacles of some giant prehistoric jellyfish.” – The Obelisk

Featured at #21 in November 2022 Doom Charts: “High Noon Kahuna will have you vibin’ with sinister beings and conniving energies long after the noodle arms kick in, all while looking cooler than Bodhi! Killing Spree is wicked fun, long may it be the soundtrack to your summers!”- JC Cansdale-Cook

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