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The Stone Eye


The Stone Eye
South Of The Sun
Eclipse Records
15 October 2021

What if Frank Zappa and Kurt Cobain secretly wrote songs for Queens of the Stone Age and Alice In Chains? We don’t have the answer to this mysterious question, but maybe (just maybe) The Stone Eye can answer it for us.

The Stone Eye is a progressive sludge-rock band from Philadelphia (USA) which combines uniquely-glorious weirdness and clever musicianship. South of the Sun is one of those album gems that is somehow familiar, yet takes the listener on a journey mapped out in new pathways. Sit back, light one up and grab a BIG shovel… we think you’ll dig it!

Rising from the ashes of absolutely nothing but the remnants of Uncle Earl’s canned Budweiser in 2014, The Stone Eye is an electrifying rock band from Philadelphia, PA. Combining elements of stoner, alternative, progressive, & garage rock comes a hard hitting yet catchy style of music. Hell, we’d wager that there’s even more styles of music which they draw inspiration from. Crazy, right? Following a plethora of releases dating back to 2014, The Stone Eye is at it yet again with their latest full length record, “Ventura”. This one’s for you, Uncle Earl.

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