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HOWLING GIANT "Comet Rider" Brings The Sweet Stoner Grooves With A Retro Game Look

Fusing together psychedelic jams with a fun theme is what Howling Giant are all about, and their latest album, The Space Between Worlds, is the missing piece to your collection!

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Today, we're stoked to premiere their retro video game style music video for "Comet Rider", a bad ass track off the album that shines on the band's serious groove, but fun nature.

The band comments on the killer video:

"Our friend Jackson Miller is a master animator and one-man wrecking crew, and has been working on this sick video for lead track "Comet Rider" from our album 'The Space Between Worlds,' released last year through Blues Funeral Recordings. We’re excited to finally be able to share it with the good people of Earth!

We’ve also been keeping busy during the pandemic. We recorded a concept split album with Sergeant Thunderhoof from the UK, scheduled to hit shelves on August 7th through Ripple Music. [Guitarist/Vocalist] Tom did a Rig Rundown with Premier Guitar, and we recorded a live video for Comet Rider from our Corona-Bunker. We've started writing a bunch of new music, and while we don’t have a date set for a new album, it's been awesome to get to devote so much time to some fresh hot tracks. And we have two covers coming early this Fall through Magnetic Eye’s Redux series, a cover of Alice In Chains’ Rooster and our version of Black Sabbath’s Lord of this World. Doing our best to keep the riffs flowing!"

Howling Giant's The Space Between Worlds is available everywhere now!

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