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Introducing HIGH PRIESTESS – LA-based doom trio to release debut LP next month on Ripple Music

April 29, 2018

Introducing HIGH PRIESTESS

Badass LA-based doom trio to release debut LP next month on Ripple Music | US tour dates announced

High Priestess is released worldwide on 18th May on Ripple Music

HIGH PRIESTESS is a heavy psych trio from Los Angeles that throw down lush harmonies, crushing riffs and killer grooves. Consisting of Katie Gilchrest on guitar and vocals, Mariana Fiel on bass/vocals, and Megan Mullins on drums, they have created a sound that echoes both past and future incarnations of doom and psychedelia.

Formed in the spring of 2016 when Mariana Fiel placed an ad on Craigslist seeking like minds for a devastating new project, Katie and Megan heeded the call and together they immediately started producing long, hypnotic jams that morphed into crafted songs with dynamic crescendos and soaring improv sections. The band self-released a five-song demo in July 2017, which, through word-of-mouth collected critical praise and a growing fan base around the world.

Newly signed to Ripple Music, home to some of the biggest and best heavy rock acts to emerge from the underground in recent years, their self-titled debut album will be unleashed worldwide on 18th May 2018.

Prepare to worship at their altar of High Priestess… their time is coming.

Pre-order now at www.ripple-music.com

TOUR DATES:

25/5 – Thee Parkside – San Francisco, CA
26/5 – Haul – Grants Pass, OR
28/5 – Tonic Lounge – Portland, OR
29/5 – Funhouse – Seattle, WA
30/5 – Astoria – Vancouver, BC
31/5 – Palamino – Calgary, AB
1/6 – Temple – Edmonton, AB
2/6 – Vantopia Festival – Equity, BC
3/6 – Siksika Community Centre – Siksika, AB
4/6 – Old School Records – Kalispell, MT

SOCIALS:

Facebook – facebook.com/highpriestessmusic
Instagram – instagram.com/highpriestessmusic
Twitter – twitter.com/HighPriestessLA

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