Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
Album artwork for Stone by Baroness

The origins of Stone go back to 2020. It is not a pandemic record, but the core of it was written during its darkest days. Anxiety, relief, and resolve are stitched deeply throughout. When the foursome was isolated in Pennsylvania and New York, turning stems of music into full-fledged songs felt insurmountable. Barones toiled as the world roiled. Creativity fully flourished only when they escaped to an Airbnb in Barryville, a quaint hamlet on the New York / Pennsylvania border. The undulating "Beneath the Rose," the energetic drive of "Anodyne," the trad-metal burlof "Last Word," and the dynamic introspection of “Shine” rushed out, as did the motorik of “Choir” and the emotional heft of “Magnolia.” Stone was a sort of catharsis, a turning of the page, a middle finger to the suffocating insincerity of expectation.

Baroness

Stone

Abraxan Hymns
Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
LP +

$26.99

signed

housed in a heavyweight printed inner sleeve inside of a spot UV gatefold jacket with black flood and a four-panel lyric booklet.

All artwork by John Dyer Baizley. Produced by Baroness, mixed by Joe Barresi, mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering

Transparent Yellow

Signed Copy
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

184799-RTx

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
LP +

$26.99

exclusive

housed in a heavyweight printed inner sleeve inside of a spot UV gatefold jacket with black flood and a four-panel lyric booklet.

All artwork by John Dyer Baizley. Produced by Baroness, mixed by Joe Barresi, mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering.

Transparent Yellow

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

184799-RT

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
LP

$26.99

Black
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

A 184799

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
CDx2 +

$19.99

Deluxe, additional CD with live selections from the By Request tour. These discs will be housed in a six-panel wallet with a lyric booklet.

Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

CD 184799X

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
CD

$14.99

Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

CD 184799

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
Tape

$14.99

Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

MC 184799

Baroness

Stone

Abraxan Hymns
Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
LP +

$26.99

signed

housed in a heavyweight printed inner sleeve inside of a spot UV gatefold jacket with black flood and a four-panel lyric booklet.

All artwork by John Dyer Baizley. Produced by Baroness, mixed by Joe Barresi, mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering

Transparent Yellow

Signed Copy
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

184799-RTx

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
LP +

$26.99

exclusive

housed in a heavyweight printed inner sleeve inside of a spot UV gatefold jacket with black flood and a four-panel lyric booklet.

All artwork by John Dyer Baizley. Produced by Baroness, mixed by Joe Barresi, mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering.

Transparent Yellow

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

184799-RT

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
LP

$26.99

Black
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

A 184799

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
CDx2 +

$19.99

Deluxe, additional CD with live selections from the By Request tour. These discs will be housed in a six-panel wallet with a lyric booklet.

Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

CD 184799X

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
CD

$14.99

Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

CD 184799

Album artwork for Stone by Baroness
Tape

$14.99

Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

MC 184799

The origins of Stone go back to 2020. It is not a pandemic record, but the core of it was written during its darkest days. Anxiety, relief, and resolve are stitched deeply throughout. When the foursome was isolated in Pennsylvania and New York, turning stems of music into full-fledged songs felt insurmountable. Barones toiled as the world roiled. Creativity fully flourished only when they escaped to an Airbnb in Barryville, a quaint hamlet on the New York / Pennsylvania border. The undulating "Beneath the Rose," the energetic drive of "Anodyne," the trad-metal burlof "Last Word," and the dynamic introspection of “Shine” rushed out, as did the motorik of “Choir” and the emotional heft of “Magnolia.” Stone was a sort of catharsis, a turning of the page, a middle finger to the suffocating insincerity of expectation.