Year of the Burial

by Tombstones

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Elliott Mariess
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Elliott Mariess saw these guys at Freak Valley 2015 holy balls! they were the were on the smallest stage but made a bigger sound than some of the headliners!! heavy as hell with some killer doomy grooves. love it! Favorite track: Quintessential.
Zhakathoom
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Zhakathoom I was going into this with the intention of turning this into a who's the better neighbour quarrel between Swedens Monolord and Norways Tombstones. But where to me Monolord has this otherwordly sci-fi empire hint to it's theme and sound, Tombstones has that hooded procession through dark catacombs under eerie crumbled monasteries on forbidden bog-mist shrouded islands sound. No evil lesser than the other, yet different in tint and hue. I'm sure everyone knows what I'm talking about. Favorite track: Year of the Burial.
Steve Rodger
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Steve Rodger Having found the band there was no way I was leaving the bandcamp mines without both their sludgy doom albums ...... Favorite track: Sabbathian.
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Recorded at Caliban Studios by Petter Svee
Mixed by Petter Svee and Tombstones

Vinyl-SOLD OUT / CD available at www.soulsellerrecords.com

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released April 20, 2012

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Tombstones Grand Haven, Michigan

Tombstones has taken up on their Norse heritage, evolving from their previous stoner-influenced sound, now descending into the dark side of the gloom.
“Vargariis” finds the band leaning towards the bleak and desperate, assaulting the listener with their blackened, thunderous wall of fuzz and despair.
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