Stoned Jesus to Release The Harvest in March; Art and Tracklisting Revealed

stoned jesus (Photo by Matvey Podgornov)

Ukrainian trio Stoned Jesus will issue their third album, The Harvest, in March. The Kiev outfit have been steadily garnering support since the release of their second album, Seven Thunders Roar (review here), in 2012, and The Harvest arrives among 2015’s most anticipated heavy rock records, the band’s reputation for riotous riffery and psychedelic jamming preceding them to an increasing legion of the converted. Their last release, 2013’s The Seeds Vol. 1, collected various jams that serve as the roots of their songwriting.

For those who’d hear something new, Stoned Jesus have posted the leadoff track from The Harvest, “Here Come the Robots,” for streaming via Bandcamp. It’s just three minutes long, but a welcome taste of fresh sounds from the three-piece, who’ll also make their debut on North American shores this spring at May’s Psycho California fest (announcement here), playing alongside European heavyweights like Truckfighters and Samsara Blues Experiment, as well as US greats like OmKylesa and Earth, among many others.

The headliners for that fest are still to be revealed, but I’ve got my fingers crossed Stoned Jesus add another US date or two — and, you know, on the other side of the country — before heading home. If I hear of anything, I’ll let you know. Until then, the tracks, artwork, and runtimes for The Harvest have been made public and since I know damn well I’m not the only one looking forward to this record, it seems only fair to post the info and the stream of “Here Come the Robots” so that others may peruse as well.

Dig it:

stoned jesus the harvest

#StJesusThirdLP arrives early March with stunning artwork from David M. Cook ( It’s entitled “The Harvest” and you can find the tracklist below:

01. Here Come the Robots (3’19”)
02. Wound (3’14”)
03. Rituals of the Sun (7’03”)
04. YFS (5’13”)
05. Silkworm Confessions (9’10”)
06. Black Church (14’43”)

Total time: 42’42”

Stoned Jesus, “Here Come the Robots”

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