London-based doom metal outfit Green Lung is becoming quite a significant band in recent years. With their debut EP Free The Witch and their globally recognized self-released album Woodland Rites, Green Lung was catapulted to the top of many best-of lists and into the forefront of the UK occult doom scene. With their heavy Black Sabbath influences and nods to the early days of organ-heavy hard rock, Green Lung has struck the right chord with fans. And just like with Woodland Rites, Black Harvest will earn its spots on the best-of lists.
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Formed in 2017, Green Lung has built quite the foundation beginning with their Green Man Rising demo in 2017. Black Harvest takes that foundation and everything that worked so well on Woodland Rites, and amplifies it into something bigger and more epic. With producer Wayne Adams' touch, organist John Wright being placed in the forefront to give the album a deeper and darker vibe, and the riffs of Scott Black adding to the layers of flourish, Black Harvest is perfectly balanced.