Posted by Bram Teitelman on Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 11:57 am
For those of you that caught Baroness opening for Meshuggah on last month’s tour, you might have noticed they played a handful of new songs in their set. You’ve likely already heard “Take My Bones Away,” but they’ve also been playing a song called “March to the Sea.” With the release of their third full length, Yellow & Green, on July 17, they’re now streaming the studio version of “March to the Sea” on Pitchfork. If you’re expecting another “Isak,” you’ll be sorely disappointed. With new high-powered management (Q-Prime, who also count Metallica, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Muse among their acts), the band has definitely decided to write more mainstream-sounding music to go along with the higher profile they’ll likely be receieving. However, this (along with “Bones”) represent the catchiest material the band’s written, and it’s not far of a stretch from some of the material on Blue Record. Check it out here.