LA's All Souls formed back in 2016 as a new band with some familiar faces -- including Tony Tornay (Fatso Jetson, Josh Homme’s Desert Sessions, Deep Dark Robot with Linda Perry) Antonio Aguilar and Meg Castellanos (Totimoshi) and Erik Trammell (Black Elk) -- and since then they released a self-titled debut album in 2018 and hit the road with the Melvins, Tool, The Jesus Lizard, Meat Puppets, Torche, Kvelertak, and more.

They're now set to release their sophomore album, Songs for the End of the World, on October 2 via self-release (pre-order). Like their debut, the album was produced by Toshi Kasai (Melvins, Tool, etc) and going by the new singles, they only sound heavier and more powerful now than they did two years ago. They recently put out the songs "Death Becomes Us" and "You Just Can't Win," and we're now premiering the third single "Winds." It's over seven minutes long and it really earns its lengthy running time, thanks to plenty of hypnotic heavy-psych jamming. Listen and watch the video for "You Just Can't Win" below.

01. Sentimental Rehash
02. Twilight Times
03. Winds
04. Bleeding Out
05. Death Becomes Us
06. You Just Can’t Win
07. Empires Fail
08. Lights Out
09. Bridge The Sun
10. Coming With Clouds

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