Chicago based, Progressive Instrumental Rock band COYOTE MAN has released a psychedelic inspired visualizer for their new single, “Reaches of the Universe.” Created by Chuck Clybourne from Sacred Ape Designs utilizing the EP cover art by Craig Horky, “Reaches of the Universe” is the trio’s savage, guitar driven first track off of their newly released EP, Relics.
“‘Reaches of the Universe” is our heaviest track to date. We jammed parts of it just for fun but never really sat down and incorporated them into songs. During COVID last year, we had an opportunity to dissect whatever riffs and drum fills we had and decided to go back to our roots with heavier tones.” – COYOTE MAN
Track List: 1. Reaches of the Universe 2. Foreseeable 3. Past Visions of the Future
Chicago based, Progressive Instrumental Rock band COYOTE MAN has released a fresh visualizer for their new /single, “Time Crystals.” Directed and edited by Chuck Clybourne (Sacred Ape Designs), “Time Crystals” features enigmatic, “dark age comic” art, reflecting the mystifying theme of the stunning single, designed by Craig Horky and is the band’s 4th single.
“Time Crystals” was a cool topic we came across, about a new matter recently discovered. We cannot even begin to fathom what it truly is but we found the title interesting and romanticized the idea of being able to transcend time. As if you were able travel to different moments of your life. Like a place you can visit. But like always, we leave it up to the listener to create their own meaning.” – COYOTE MAN
Chicago based, Progressive Rock duo COYOTE MAN has released their new instrumental track, “Perilous,” the first single off of their upcoming, sophomore album, Precognition.
“From the beginning structure of the song it really gave us a dark presence and meaning if you will. A sort of dark truth with our economy at the moment which is in a perilous state. It fits well with the album title “Precognition” since it illuminates the present and provides a glimpse of what our future may hold. Times are scary and we wanted to lay down this eerie foundation within the tone of the song that hopefully paints a perfect picture for the listener.” – COYOTE MAN