Eternal Black Announce June 13 Release for Slow Burn Suicide; New Song Posted

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 21st, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Preorders are up now for Eternal Black‘s second album, Slow Burn Suicide, which is fair enough because the June 13 release date is coming up faster than you (or I, anyhow) think. In accordance with the order of things, the Brooklyn-centered three-piece are streaming the track “The Ghost” from the record as an initial teaser for what the entirety holds, and its sound is true to what their 2017 debut, Bleed the Days (review here), set forth, while drawing at the same time toward a rawer approach. The guitar has more bite. The bass seems to hit with more force. The drums crash and roll with a barely-restrained intensity. It’s doom, make no mistake, but it’s fascinating to hear Eternal Black purposefully trying to bring something of their own to the traditions of the style, let alone openly discussing doing so as they do in the PR wire info below. The edge suits them.

I have to think that if Hellhound Records was a going concern in 2019, these guys would get a serious look.

To the announcement:

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Eternal Black To Release New Album, Slow Burn Suicide, on June 13th, 2019

Pre-order available on Bandcamp; Includes a New Track, “The Ghost,” for Immediate Download and Streaming

Brooklyn-based doom band ETERNAL BLACK will release their second full length album, Slow Burn Suicide, on Thursday, June 13, 2019. Comprised of nine new songs, Slow Burn Suicide is the follow-up to their debut album, Bleed the Days. Fans can pre-order the album on Eternal Black’s Bandcamp page (eternalblack.bandcamp.com) and download or stream a new track titled “The Ghost” right away. The album will also be available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services. Details about CD and vinyl versions will be coming soon.

Official statement from the band:

“Our mission on this album was ‘Keep Doom Ugly.’ We felt the raw edge of foundation Doom has been lost. Everything has become too self-indulgent. The meandering 12-minute tracks have been done to death. We wanted to push back against that trend. Restore the grit and grime to a sound that used to make the hair stand up on your arms. As before, we looked to the foundation Doom bands and dragged that sound back into the present. It can still be raw and innovative. On this album, the heavy parts are heavier and the grooves are groovier. In places, we’ve given the songs a little more light and made the dark parts darker. Slow Burn Suicide is a step forward while still honoring what came before.”

For the new album, Eternal Black again worked with the production team of Joe Kelly and Kol Marshall (Mercyful Fate, King Diamond, Ministry, Begotten) at Suburban Elvis Studios in New York. The duo has produced all of Eternal Black’s studio recordings including Bleed the Days and their self-titled EP. The album was mastered by Tony Reed of Mos Generator, who also mastered their previous album.

Formed in late 2014, Eternal Black is made up of Ken Wohlrob (End of Hope) on guitar and vocals, Joe Wood (Borgo Pass, Bloody Sabbath) on drums, and Hal Miller on bass. The group came together out of a desire to create dark songs driven by fuzz-drenched riffs and old-school heavy grooves.

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Rainbows are Free Announce New Album Head Pains; Streaming “Shapeshifter”

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 13th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Yes, it’s been half a decade since Oklahoma’s Rainbows are Free released their second album, Waves Ahead of the Ocean (review here), but you know, when the PR wire lit up with the news of their impending follow-up, Head Pains, my immediate response was, “Oh shit, badass.” Five years later. That’s pretty good. The five-piece are currently streaming the track “Shapeshifter” from the new record, and they’re looking for a label to step up and help them release the thing. I have a hard time imagining someone won’t get on board and get the thing out on vinyl if not across multiple formats. I mean, unless it’s three hours long or something, it seems like a no-brainer to me. These guys are awesome, the sampling they’re giving would seem to show that hasn’t changed since 2014, and as I recall, the last outing had good underground buzz around it. Would be a good pickup for somebody, so yeah, I’ll expect that news at some point.

Until then, here’s the album info and the track, hoisted off the aforementioned PR wire:

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Head Pains is Rainbows Are Free’s third full length album, and follow-up to 2014’s Waves Ahead of the Ocean. The completion of Head Pains heralds a return to RAF’s heavy psychedelic roots as witnessed on their breakout album, Believers In Medicine in 2010. Although considered a return to form, Head Pains further exhibits the band’s unique voice — setting them apart from contemporaries of heavy psychedelic, doom, and stonerrock with whom they’ve shared the stage, (High on Fire, Dead Meadow, St. Vitus, The Sword, Big Business, Kylesa, etc.).

Often appearing in costumed stage dress, the band, fronted by the soaring and snarling nigh 7-foot cyclone of weirdness that is Brandon Kistler, continues to shock and amaze fans by introducing an element of good humored theatrics to accompany their live sonic assault. This is achieved in no small part due to the guitar prowess and songwriting of Richie Tarver, joined by the ambient soundscapes of Joey Powell on rhythm guitar, and the thunderous low end of Jason Smith on bass, and Bobby Onspaugh on drums.

Rainbows Are Free continue to bring their unique brand of psychedelic heaviness on tour in 2019 as they seek label support for the release of Head Pains.

Recorded in 2018-2019 by Trent Bell (Flaming Lips, Chainsaw Kittens) at Bell Labs, Norman, OK. Mastered by Hans DeKline of Hans DeKline Mastering, Los Angeles, CA. Album art by Tony Roberts (Electric Wizard, Conan, Slomatics).

HEAD PAINS
1. Covered In Dawn
2. Electricity on Wax
3. Shapeshifter
4. The Sound Inside
5. Lady of the Woods / Psychonaut
6. A Penny’s Worth
7. Nile Song
8. Eunice

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Starmonger Premiere “Dark and Gloomy” Video

Posted in Bootleg Theater on May 13th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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The video for Starmonger‘s “Dark and Gloomy” does well in terms of living up to its name. It starts out with a creepy kind of Gollum/mystic/zombie guy in a room with some tarot cards, taxidermy, flashing lights, wallpaper that needs replacing and other freaky bric-a-brac, and then, after the riff kicks in and the leather-jacket-clad Parisian three-piece start whipping out dirtied up Red Fang melody delivered with post-Baroness harmonies from bassist Steve and guitarist Arthur while Seb pounds away on drums, Mr. Grey — gotta call him something — pukes up some rubber cement, makes a paper mache mask out of the cards, and interpretative dance performance art ensues. I don’t mind telling you it’s fucking weird. It’s also dark. And gloomy. So, mission accomplished. Also, the song rules.

“Dark and Gloomy” appears on Starmonger‘s third EP, Revelation III. You can probably guess what its two predecessors were called, and they were released in 2017 and 2015, respectively. The trio did a video last Fall for the other song on Revelation III, “Rust to Dust,” and the vibe was totally different. No leather jackets, no creepy rubber cement vomit, just some old public domain footage of race cars and the band in their rehearsal space mixed together. Fair enough to go for something else this time around, but it really draws a line atmospherically between the two songs, when essentially the components that make them up are similar in terms of melody, tone, groove, etc. Something to be said perhaps for the power of suggestion in thinking “Dark and Gloomy” is dark and gloomy, but it’s to the band’s credit either way that they’re able to manipulate their approach to convey multiple atmospheres even just on a two-song release. Of course, it’s their third one — actually, Revelation II had three songs — so take that as you will.

Reportedly — and by that I mean going from what they say below — there’s another EP in the works. I can only think that Starmonger have made a purposeful choice not to put out a full-length at this point. Not that it’s been so long — four years since the first EP is nothing on the grand cosmic scale — but I don’t think you can listen to “Dark and Gloomy” or “Rust to Dust” and think of them as a new band searching for their sound. They’ve clearly got it down. So maybe the shorter releases are a way to build up to an eventual compilation? If so, they’re just about there. But that seems like an easy answer. I wonder what the reasoning is for a fourth EP instead of an LP, that’s all. I’m not criticizing it or saying it’s a bad choice or it’s wrong somehow — if it’s what they want to do and they know that, then it’s very much the right choice — I’m just curious, that’s all.

Something to think about while you’re watching Mr. Grey regurgitate adhesives. Gross. Ha.

These guys know what they’re doing. Enjoy the clip:

Starmonger, “Dark and Gloomy” official video premiere

Psychic, seer, fortune-teller…? Starmonger gives glimpses of their divinations through spellbinding melodies and rhythms, occult revelations and fantastic, extravagant stories.

In 2015, Steve (bass) and Arthur (guitar) began incorporating modern stoner rock influences and orientations to their jams. They quickly recorded their first homemade demo, “Revelation”, and after offering several drummers in ritual sacrifices, they were joined by Seb in 2017 on heavy-drumming duty.

With their next EPs, “Revelation II” and “III”, Starmonger continued its search for expanding and thickening its own sound. As they refuse to stay stuck with the same old recipe, Steve, Arthur and Seb keep experimenting with old school 70s rock and mesmerizing, fuzz-soaked stoner rock beats, while adding a progressive dimension to the raw power and efficiency of a power-trio format. Throughout their songs, the band evoke strange and phantasmagoric B-movies and pulp stories, from post-apocalyptic deserts to unfathomable beasts from the abyss.

2019 is packed with promises, with a new music video for “Dark & Gloomy” (from “Revelation III”) along with multiple gigs around Paris. Starmonger is also polishing their new songs for another homemade, self-produced EP. Stay tuned…

Their 3 self-produced EPs are available on bandcamp: https://starmonger.bandcamp.com/

Next live gigs :
23 May 2019 : le Klub, Paris (with Stoned Void, Dead Acid People, Qilin)

Starmonger are :
Steve : bass & vocals
Arthur : guitars
Seb : drums

Starmonger, Revelation III EP (2018)

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Trippy Wicked Release Lost Single “Hark at You” from Movin’ On Sessions

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 10th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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London’s Trippy Wicked and the Cosmic Children of the Knight continue their celebration of the 10th anniversary for 2009’s debut full-length, Movin’ On (review here), by releasing another yet-unheard track from those sessions. How many songs did they record that didn’t make the album? I don’t know, but “Hart at You” is the second one released behind “Evil” (posted here), which they put out last month. “Hark at You” has a bit of the sleaze that “Southern” from the album accomplished, but is noisier and more of a banger in terms of tempo. Like its predecessor, it’s a fun cut and kind of a hidden gem that could just as easily have wound up on the record. Seems to me they’re building an EP one song at a time here, but if these tracks all wind up collected at some point or other, this is still a cool way to unveil them so that each gets properly highlighted.

Dig it:

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To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their album “Movin On” TRIPPY WICKED & THE COSMIC CHILDREN OF THE KNIGHT have just released “Hark At You”.

Drummer Chris West commented “Hark at You was a song we were often playing live around the time of Movin On. I don’t remember if we’d already decided not to include it on the album by the time we were mixing but we treated the mix a little different to most of the others. It’s mostly mono guitar on the track with extra guitar/stereo stuff happening during the slower parts. The drums are also slightly off to one side to make a bit of room in the mix. For me at the time it seemed a little too rough sounding, but listening to it now I love how raw and gnarly it is.”

Listen to the track here: https://trippywicked.fanlink.to/Hark

The early years of Trippy Wicked & the Cosmic Children of the Knight are a mix of lineup changes, demos, gigs to empty rooms and stylistic development. Throughout that time the constants of founding members Pete Holland (guitar, vocals) and Chris West (drums), a DIY ethic, and a gut feeling they were onto something worth pursuing remained true. Early 2019 saw the reformation of the ‘not quite original but longest serving lineup’ of Holland and West with later addition bassist Dicky King. (West having previously quit the band in 2013 before his return.)

Along with the announcement of the lineup change, Trippy Wicked also noted they are writing their third full length album and will return to playing live after a two-year break.

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Trippy Wicked and the Cosmic Children of the Knight, “Hark at You”

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Diesel Boots Post “Whiskey ‘n’ Tears” Video & Release Debut Single

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 7th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

But for the people involved, Diesel Boots probably isn’t the kind of thing I’d generally post about. I’m not big on outlaw country, and there’s a bit of that amid the bluesiness of the debut single from the Los Angeles-based troupe headed by Collyn McCoy. But, McCoy is late of outfits like Aboleth and The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic and Trash Titan, and he’s playing on the single with Matt Lynch and Marty Dodson from Snail, so while it’s probably not the kind of thing i’m going to put on every Saturday afternoon from here until forever, it’s cool to hear these cats try out something different. And McCoy knows how to make a video. I’m pretty sure I saw Skillit (who drew my tattoo) vaping in there near the end. So that’s alright by me, man.

The info for the single follows here, and I’m posting both the Bandcamp stream and the video itself, because I like it when good people do things. Simple as that, folks.

Dig, y’all:

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DIESEL BOOTS RELEASES VIDEO AND DEBUT SINGLE “WHISKY ‘N’ TEARS”

Diesel Boots is a singer/songwriter from the place where country and blues split a jug of whiskey on a moonless night. He was born Collyn McCoy (Aboleth, The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic) among the pines of New Hampshire. At the age of 22, he packed his Ford pickup and set out for Los Angeles, where his skills as a bassist and bottleneck guitarist made him an in-demand session musician and composer. As a sideman and leader he has toured the world playing everything from jazz to doom metal.

“Diesel Boots” was summoned by McCoy to battle his demons, both literal and figurative. Stylistically his music draws from Delta blues, country and psychedelic rock – equal parts Howlin’ Wolf, Townes Van Zandt and Roky Erickson. Performing as Diesel Boots forces him to plunge headlong into the depths of his own tragedies, misdeeds and mistakes to find hope within the darkness.

Diesel Boots’ debut single, “Whisky ‘n’ Tears” (as well as its B-side “This Is All I Have”) was recorded live to four-track at All Welcome Studios in Inglewood, CA. No overdubs, no edits — what you hear is what happened in the room. Providing booms and bangs were Matt Lynch (bass) and Marty Dodson (drums), both of the psychedelic doom juggernaut Snail. But weed-metal credentials aside, Dodson and Lynch are seasoned musicians with diverse professional resumes: Dodson is an esteemed blues drummer, having toured with everyone from James Harman to The Fabulous Thunderbirds. And Lynch is a well-regarded producer and engineer whose recent credits include Chicano Batman, Nebula and Duane Betts. Lynch captured the performance with a dirt-simple setup and mixed with minimal digital manipulation, as a harbinger to the full length record that is already underway.

The subject matter of “Whisky ‘n’ Tears” should be self-explanatory from the title: Like many blues songs, it addresses regret, loss, and the pain of a broken heart temporarily numbed by the contents of a whiskey glass. Sonically it recalls Muddy Waters, Jerry Reed, early Black Keys and Drive-By Truckers. Or, as producer Lynch described it, “like a possum roasted over the flames of your ex-wife’s belongings, garnished with gun powder, and washed down with a handle of Wild Turkey. “

For the video, Diesel Boots absconded to his local watering hole for a day-drinking session which was captured verite-style with cell phones to embody the same informal, of-the-moment vibe as the audio recording. Along with a colorful cast of regulars he brought along some friends to imbibe with, including Mariana Fiel (High Priestess), Keith Gibbs (Sasquatch), Trent Ramseyer (Whores of Tijuana), Corey Dean Little (Dirty Red), and lowbrow artist extraordinaire Skillit.

“Whisky ‘n’ Tears” can be streamed and downloaded on all the major digital platforms. A limited run of 100 CDs can be purchased on the Diesel Boots merch table and care of the official Bandcamp site, along with t-shirts, shot glasses and beard wax. Diesel and Lynch will continue to record the full length over the summer, aiming for a Fall 2019 release.

Credits:
Diesel Boots – slide guitar, vocals
Matt Lynch – bass guitar
Marty Dodson – drums
Corey Dean Little – backing vocals

Recorded live to four-track at All Welcome Studios, Inglewood, CA

Mixed and mastered by Matt Lynch (Mysterious Mammal Recording)

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Diesel Boots, “Whiskey ‘n’ Tears”

Diesel Boots, Whiskey ‘n’ Tears b/w This is All I Have (2019)

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Hors Sujet Announces New Album Avec la Distance out June 10

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 3rd, 2019 by JJ Koczan

What makes Hors Sujet stand out in my mind from the hordes of single-person ambient/drone outfits out there is the evocative and emotional resonance of the work. There’s an experimentalist side to it, of course, but listening to “À l’œil baigné par la mer” from the new album, Avec la Distance, it’s clear that Florent Paris, who indeed is the only individual behind the project, is putting that experimentalism to a purpose of expression. That makes it even less of a surprise that Hors Sujet has been tapped for live soundtracks and things of that sort. I can very easily imagine watching a set with some film or other as a backdrop — closed captioning on, of course.

The new album — he calls it an EP, but it’s over 50 minutes long, so yeah, that’s an album in my book — will be out June 10 and available digitally through Bandcamp and the other usual suspect purveyors. There’s a teaser playing now that barely scratches the surface of the depths portrayed in Hors Sujet‘s sound, but I mean, take what you can get, I guess. In any case, think of it as one to keep in your head, even if you’re not always into this kind of thing.

From the PR wire:

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Hors Sujet – ‘Avec la distance’ new album release 06/10/19

The France-based musical project Hors Sujet is proud to announce the release of its new album, Avec la distance. This new album composed by Florent Paris, marks through 54 minutes of music a new turning point in the musical project’s career.

Intimate and cathartic, this album deals sometimes with the rhythmic and lonely struggle between wind and tides, sometimes the implacable silence of absence.

The soundscape is drawn through multiple audio cassettes, field recordings, synthesizers and ethereal guitars in a great emotional release.

The official release will be on June 10, 2019, and the EP will be available on musical platforms (Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes).

Hors Sujet is the personal and musical project of Florent Paris, mainly fluctuating between post-rock, instrumental ambient, drone, doom and experimental. As soon as EPs, albums and live concerts were stated, Hors Sujet started to contribute to a lot of various artistic projects, such as cine-concerts, video live performance, original soundtracks, contemporary dance plays…

‘Avec la distance’ songs & artwork are composed, recorded, mixed & mastered by Florent Paris
Voices – Guillaume Bec
Saxophones – Géraldine Pallu

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Relaxer Announce Japanese Tour Dates; “The Endless Slope” Streaming

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 1st, 2019 by JJ Koczan

To mark the occasion of their Japanese tour, Ohio four-piece Relaxer will issue a new split with Boris (yup, Boris), Crypt City and Lisa Bella Donna (of Buckeye proggers EYE). That’s some considerable company to keep, and Relaxer keep it well with the track “The Endless Slope” that they’re streaming now. It’s down there, bottom of the post, as usual, and well worth the couple minutes of a quick listen for its classic rock vibe and overlaid melodic modernity. I wouldn’t call it progressive, but neither are they pretending to be dumb, and I like that.

The split they’ll have with them on tour, and I assume whatever’s left when that’s done will be for sale on the ol’ interweebs there, so keep an eye out. I think it you listen you’ll find it’s easy enough to get on board. I did.

Have at you:

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Relaxer is headed to Japan to tour with Boris. Making music for the sake or art or commerce is a multi-dimensional, engrossing prospect. It requires time, tenacity and emotion conjured from conscious and subconscious wellsprings.

At some point in their vibrant evolution, Relaxer’s sound began to take a mysterious shape, and members of the group tapped into new areas of their triune brain, setting free their once captive reptilian complex. In the interest of allowing their lizard group think to reap cognitive and aural havok, Relaxer are putting the finishing touches on a split with storied Japanese underground metal heroes Boris.

Invigorated the change in direction – from “passive progressive” and cinematic to atom-smashing, Middle Earth-borne, stoned-out frenzy — the agile, amplifier worshiping Ohio headbangers join their split-mates on an EarthQuaker Devices sponsored tour of Japan in May 2019.

Previously, Relaxer released their seven-song Unreal/Cities LP, which was recorded by engineer Ben Vehorn (Strand of Oaks), in 2016. The collection of psychedelic rippers featured contributions from Steve Clements (Six Parts Seven, Royal Bangs), and was followed by a run of west coast tour dates, including a performance at The Reverberation Appreciation Society’s (members of The Black Angels and friends) sixth LEVITATION music festival in Austin, Texas.

Unreal/Cities was preceeded by the band’s debut LP, 2014’s Lasers, which was engineered by Chris Koltay (Akron/Family, Electric Six, Tyvek) and mastered by Heba Kadry (Slowdive, YOB, Bjork), and a split 7” with Cloud Nothings released via Mind’s Eye/Square Records on Record Store Day 2013.

Relaxer is comprised of vocalist/guitarist Joe Scott, guitarist Jamie Stillman, bassist Corey Haren, and drummer Brad Thorla who previously performed with a variety of celebrated underground acts including The Party of Helicopters, Harriet The Spy, White Pines, Teeth of the Hydra, Sofa King Killer, Drummer (with Pat Carney of The Black Keys), etc.

DATES
5/26 Tokyo Shindaita FEVER
5/27 Nagoya APOLLO BASE
5/28 Osaka CONPASS
5/29 Hiroshima CLUB QUATTRO
5/30 Fukuoka INSA

OPEN/START (5/26) – 17:00/17:30
OPEN/START (for the other dates) – 18:00/18:30

TICKETS
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Lawson Ticket https://l-tike.com/earthquakerdevices

Relaxer is:
Corey Haren: Bass
Joseph Scott: Vocals/Guitar
Jamie Stillman: Guitar
Bradley Thorla: Drums

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Relaxer, “The Endless Slope”

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Estoner Post New Single “Sammud”; Tahm LP Due May 25

Posted in Whathaveyou on April 23rd, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Let’s face it, Estoner pretty much win at Estonian band names. It might not work so well if, say, they were from Latvia, but being Estonian and calling your band Estoner? Yeah, you win. There could be a thousand bands from Estonia, and I bet there isn’t one that’s going to come up with something better than Estoner to call itself. I know I’ve covered the band a couple times at this point — their 2016 long-player, Lennud Saatana Dimensioonis, was reviewed here — but I feel like it’s worth reiterating. If you were from Estonia, you wouldn’t be brave enough to call your band Estoner. Me neither.

Like the riff-conquering slingers of sludge that they are, Estoner have posted the track “Sammud” from their impending third long-player, Tahm. The album will see release on May 25, and “Sammud” is a 10-minute trundle through the darker recesses of the psyche that pounds on the cerebral cortex like violent impulses building tension in one’s veins. Screams and crash abound throughout, but there’s a sinister focus at work as well, and while their moniker is unquestionably playful, if these guys are smoking — does anyone smoke anymore? is it all edibles now? I’m too old and lame to know — they’re smoking some crusty shit.

The PR wire brought news of the single’s arrival:

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Estoner releases new single “Sammud”

Estonia’s leading spacesludge orchestra Estoner releases “Sammud” – their first single from an upcoming album “Tahm”, to be release on 25.05.2019 on vinyl, cassette and digitally!

“Tahm” is another step on the path of Estoner’s cosmic transcendence, overlaying a thunderous mix of doom, sludge and black metal over progressive structures, evoking new and unknown levels of aural destruction on unsuspecting souls!

Estoner is a doom/sludge/black metal collective from Tallinn, Estonia. “Tahm” will be their 3rd album, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the band.

Estoner is:
Vocal/Guitar – Kristian Vallikivi
Guitar – Ralf Vinkler
Bass – Jaanus Luka
Drums – Anton Veeremets

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Estoner, “Sammud”

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