It's no secret that Spirit Adrift are one of our favorite bands here at Revolver HQ. Their inspirational NWOBHM-inflected doom metal makes us want to throw on our spiked gauntlets and fly to Valhalla on the back of a rainbow-colored dragon like few other bands do. Plus, main man Nate Garrett has a survivor's story that makes us want to back anything he does. While we wait for the full-length follow-up to 2017's excellent Curse of Conception, Spirit Adrift have hit us with a fist-clenching stop-gap composition, "Eyes Were Not Alone." Blast it below; you can grab the single in its physical incarnation as part of Decibel's Flexi Series.
Hear Spirit Adrift's Soaring New Doom Song "Eyes Were Not Alone"
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