Already having gained world-wide popularity as the bassist of prog legends¬†OPETH,¬†Martin Mendez¬†now returns with another virtuous death metal crusher that vividly captures the fear, loss of control and despair of pandemic times in eight new tracks. For their second album¬†‘Dancing Into Oblivion’, his project¬†WHITE STONES¬†goes further down the path of progressive extreme metal with haunting growls, jazz induced intermezzi and an incredible level of technical perfection.

¬†As a visual accompaniment, WHITE STONES¬†also just revealed their first video clip for the song¬†‘Chain Of Command’. Influenced by John Coltrane and Wilbur Harden, this first single release allows multiple genres to co-exist and harmonize with each other while creating a threatening extreme metal atmosphere of fear and isolation – the perfect soundtrack to a lockdown!

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