Despite its being situated deep in Bible Belt no-booze-on-Sunday territory, Georgia's got a soft spot for doom metal, and a flair for the heavy. Much has been made as of late of the Savannah scene (home to Black Tusk, Kylesa, Baroness, and Damad), while Atlanta's got Zoroaster, Withered, Royal Thunder, and ATL-by-way-of-NOLA sludgemongers Sons of Tonatiuh. The latter are gearing up to release their next beast of an album via Hydro-Phonic. Entitled Parade Of Sorrow, the record features ten tracks of viscous, hard-livin' Southern doom. For added heft, it was recorded in Athens, Georgia by Kyle Spence of Harvey Milk, and features artwork by Chris Parry. Listen to "Fallout" below.