Vinnum Sabbathi Release Gravity Works Tomorrow


Look, we all know that outer space is a vacuum that can suck you in and explode your skull. We all know it.  Vinnum Sabbathi certainly know it. Especially, it would seem, on “Gravity Waves,” the centerpiece of their awaited five-song debut album, Gravity Works, which is out tomorrow, Jan. 3, 2017, via Aim Down Sight Records and LSDR Records. The Mexican four-piece are still in the planning stages of a European tour this Spring to support the record, but of course that should be easier once eardrums get ahold of the tones they’re proffering on the record as well. Looking at you, Portugal. Might be time to get on this one.

I assume Gravity Works will be streaming starting tomorrow in all the usual places, so keep an eye out. In the meantime, here’s the art and info and links and the audio from Vinnum Sabbathi‘s 2015 split with Bar de Monjas (review here) for your listening and perusal pleasure:

vinnum sabbathi gravity works

“Gravity Works” is the first Full Album from Mexican space doomsters Vinnum Sabbathi.

Gravity Works describes the relationship between gravity and human exploration, from the state of weightlessness experienced and recorded by astronauts and the historic achievements of Russian and American scientists during the Space Age to the ultimate collapse of the entire Universe described by Asimov.

Recorded and Mixed by Miguel Fraino at Vesubio34 Studio in Mexico City between 2015-2016. Mastered by James Plotkin in USA 2016.

Art by Mike Sandoval (

Samples on “Weightlessness”, “Early Works” and “LQG” courtesy of NASA’s Educational Documentaries ( Samples on “Gravity Waves” and “The Probe B” by Roberto de la Peña and Andrea Celeste.

The Album will be released on vinyl by Aim Down Sight Records in Germany and CD by our own label LSDR Records in Mexico.

Upcoming European tour in 2017 to support the Album with confirmed shows in Germany, UK, the Netherlands and Portugal, still looking for help in those countries, contact: and via Facebook.

Vinnum Sabbathi & Bar de Monjas, Fuzzonaut Split (2015)

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