Head over to Pitchfork.com for an earful of grisly doom from legendary Portland misery bringers, GRAVES AT SEA.
Titled “Betting On Black,” the latest canticle serves as the opening number of the band’s upcoming split with Cape Fear riff-wielders, SOURVEIN.
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Uniting in sound, mind and feedback-addled spirit, the GRAVES AT SEA/SOURVEIN split will be unleashed via Seventh Rule Recordings later this month. GRAVES AT SEA, whose contributions leave an eerie aura complete with tortured vocals, foreboding composition, and a general sense of dread, occupy Side A. Recorded by Billy Anderson, (Melvins, Sleep, Neurosis) “Betting On Black” and “Confession” finds the all-consuming sludge for which the band is notorious, flooding in amongst the tortured howls and shrieks of vocalist Nathan Misterek. SOURVEIN, who’ve now existed for two decades of distortion, damage and unrepentent doom, solidify Side B. With three songs produced and recorded by Mike Dean of Corrosion of Conformity, these odes of heavy combine toxic riffs, grooves and just the right amount of psychedelic appeal.
Both sides were mastered by Brad Boatright (Sleep, Beastmilk, Nails) at Audiosiege Engineering and will be released on both CD and LP on May 13th, 2014, prior to their appearances at this year’s edition of the Maryland Deathfest. The first pressing of the LP will be limited to 1000 copies and come available on 160-gram black wax with an included download code. Recommended for fans of Eyehategod, Black Sabbath, Electric Wizard, and all things loud and fuzzy.
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