Tuesday, September 20, 2016


"Southern California stoner core... Cacophonous blend of stoner rock, metal, and hardcore."

"Though they may have a penchant for cannabis, the after-effects have never dulled Colombian Necktie's metallic hardcore edge."

–High Times

"A rising name within the Los Angeles underground metal scene... [Colombian Necktie] has further mastered the art of balancing an ugly musical din with engaging Sabbath-boogie riffs."
-LA Weekly

"LA-based stoner-core... chock full of sludge."
–Metal Injection

Lambgoat has premiered new stoner-core anthem "Linestepper" from Los Angeles' Colombian Necktie.

Listen, here:

"Linestepper" appears on upcoming new album All Paths Lead to Nowhere, and the track is a pure representation of the vibe: graceful drums dance around the beat, guitars ride the line between driving hardcore and cosmic '70s heavy metal boogie, and frontman Scott Werren barks earnest words that evoke the realness of great LA frontmen of the past like Henry Rollins and Mike Muir. 

All Paths Lead to Nowhere comes out September 30th on Black Voodoo Records. The album was recorded and mixed by Erol Ulug (Dangers, Seizures) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails, Black Tusk).



Photo by Dea Janoyan