The Earth Wants Us Dead

by Sea of Bones

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Pascal Culot
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Pascal Culot Certes il y a plus lent, plus lourd et plus angoissant; mais cet album rassemble les trois caractéristiques pour les exploiter au sommet.
L'urgence de la lenteur...
Regnārs Breikšs
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Regnārs Breikšs A much more refined album than any of their previous works.
Musically this band grows in astounding proportions with each of their releases.
This is an admirable story-telling album with an almost ambient final reveal track that lasts for 39 minutes.
Pick it up and put it just next to the "Given to the Rising" by "Neurosis" in your collection...Yes, it is that GOOD!
Glizty Límon
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Glizty Límon This is album is a fucking ten ton slab of molten sludge. Black, stinking and oozing malice. The opening track is a brutal intro to the band. Booming vocals mix with guttural barking and black metal shrieks. Pounding riffage here, just unrelenting shit. Black Arm shifts up the style with a jarring noise style. A few melodic interludes, then the shit really hits the fan with "The Brudge" a sprawling monster of a track that comes on slowly like an acid trip that just doesn't stop peaking. Favorite track: The Bridge.
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released October 31, 2013

Recorded and Engineered at Mammoth Studios by Thomas Mucherino and David Lutz, mixed by Sea of Bones, mastered by Mell Dettmer. The track “The Earth Wants Us Dead” was engineered by Scott Amore at InnerSpaceSoundLabs and was mixed and mastered by Thomas Mucherino.



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Sea of Bones New Haven, Connecticut

“Sea of Bones’ atmospheric sludge is even bleaker than Neurosis’. The only color is shades of black. Ultra-heavy riffs rumble below distant smears of feedback. The sound is super fuzzed out, with buried vocals and occasional textural breathers.” - Cosmo Lee (Decibel Magazine) ... more


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