Listen: Black Mountain drops cover of Black Sabbath’s ‘Junior’s Eyes’

A follow-up to their recently released album 'Destroyer'

Following the release of Destroyer, Vancouver psych-rockers Black Mountain have released a cover of Black Sabbath’s “Junior’s Eyes” for Amazon Music’s The Setlist.

“Deep end period Ozzy slow burn,” band member Stephen McBean explains. “Some Butler / Ward funk, Iommi wah flutters and floating synths…randomly rediscovered on a cruise through some red sand tropics. Nearly ten years on and still pulling riffs from the sky…never say die! You’re never too old to switch on and upwards!”

The gritty, guitar-driven cover revolves around a fuzzy, psychedelic guitar riff, a driven drum beat, and grainy, almost eerie vocals.

Listen to Black Mountain’s cover of “Junior’s Eyes” below.