Desert rock stalwarts Full Tone Generator unleash new album 'Refuge Of Sinners’

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Melbourne's Full Tone Generator have unleashed their highly anticipated sophomore album, 'Refuge of Sinners'. After a tantalizing first taste with the release of 'Juan Carlos', the band share a broader mastery of their signature sound – a potent blend of stoner, desert, sludge, and psychedelic rock.

With the album, fans can dive into a sonic journey as Full Tone Generator explore more complex compositions on tracks like 'Find Out' and 'Dark Eyes'. These epics showcase the band's undeniable ability to weave intricate sonic tapestries. Meanwhile, tracks like 'Take Me' and 'Yeah Hey' deliver high-octane blasts of raw energy, ensuring 'Refuge of Sinners' is a dynamic and textured listening experience. The band's relentless and fuzzy guitars, thunderous drums, driving bass, and Fernando's passionate vocals converge to paint a gritty desert rock panorama.

'Refuge of Sinners' was forged at the iconic Rancho De La Luna studio in Joshua Tree, California, under the guidance of Dave Catching (Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal) and meticulously mixed and mastered by Andy Fernando.

The band's roots stretch back to 2018, when a collaboration between Andy Fernando and Brant Bjork (KYUSS, Fu Manchu) sparked Full Tone Generator's debut 'Valley of the Universe'. Since then, the band has blazed a trail – sharing stages with Eagles of Death Metal and The Sword, touring the US, and even collaborating with KYUSS legend Nick Oliveri.

To celebrate the album, Full Tone Generator will embark on a national tour supporting Brant Bjork in late March, followed by a European excursion in November. This is a band about to explode, and 'Refuge of Sinners' is sure to be the catalyst.

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