[Cover photo credit to Andy Lei]

On July 1st, 2022, traditional Heavy Metal outfit Haunt will release their seventh full-length album, Windows of Your Heart, via Iron Grip // Church Recordings. For a first preview of the record, a lyric video for the title track has been released on Haunt’s newly launched YouTube channel. Fans are encouraged to check the channel regularly for upcoming Q&A sessions, official interviews, new lyric videos for Haunt’s catalog, play-throughs from main-man Trevor William Church, full band in-studio live video recordings, plus behind-the-scenes tour videos.

Windows of Your Heart preorder is available via Haunt’s Bandcamp or The Heavy Metal Store’s Bandcamp, where the album is available in the following formats:

–digital album

–cassette (limited to 100 copies; Haunt Bandcamp exclusive)

–jewelcase CD (signed copies available exclusively at The Heavy Metal Store’s Bandcamp)

–black vinyl (limited to 100 copies)

–milky clear w/ black & red splatter vinyl (limited to 250 copies)

–silver vinyl (limited to 200 copies; retail exclusive)

–transparent red w/ black pinwheel vinyl (limited to 200 copies)

–transparent red vinyl (limited to 200 copies; retail exclusive)

–half/half black/milky clear w/ red splatter vinyl (limited to 300 copies; Haunt Bandcamp exclusive)

–half/half red/milky clear w/ black splatter vinyl (limited to 300 copies; Haunt Bandcamp exclusive)

–picture disc vinyl (limited to 200 copies; Haunt Bandcamp exclusive)

Based in Fresno, California, Haunt is the brainchild of singer/guitarist Trevor William Church. On the new album, for the most part, Church adhered to his tried-and-true methodologies for writing and recording this full-length, but discerning listeners will notice a difference in the guitar solos this time around:

Whereas on past Haunt records, the lead breaks were constructed around two-guitar tradeoffs, this time Church reinvented the solos with a single guitar, relying on pinch harmonics and whammy bar as key elements.

However, longtime fans will note that Haunt’s trademark guitar harmonies remain fully intact.

Album artwork by Brouemaster Visual Decay