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GRAVES AT SEA - New EP After A long Time Of Silence

USA based notorious doomsters Graves At Sea, following a long time of silence, rise again. This time with a killer new rhythm section and new home in Portland, the band is about to release 12" EP entitled This Place Is Poison on 8th April via Eolian Empire. EP was tracked by drummer Bryan Sours (ex-Subarachnoid Space) and Steve Lobdell at Audible Alchemy and mastered by Ryan Foster at Foster Mastering on their home turf, Side A’s “This Place Is Poison” finds the all-consuming, slow-motion sludge for which the band is so synonymous flooding in with a torrent of crusted-over guitars anchored away by swampy bass rumbles and earth-rupturing drums all bathed in the howls and shrieks of the damned. But in shaking off their cobwebs, Graves At Sea have emerged reanimated with a heretofore unheard speed, at least when compared to their syrupy crawl of the past. On Side B, Black Sabbath’s “Orchid” and “Lord Of This World” get bold re-imaginings: “Orchid” is eroded beyond its essence into a morose march towards death while “Lord of This World” gets a grim reconfiguration with grisly riffs, bilious hisses and a blackened atmosphere that takes the original to a dark, desolate realm of desperation and despair. The EP will be limited to 1000 copies and come available on 140-gram black wax in black inner sleeve with a standard metallic gold on black jacket and one-sided metallic gold on black insert with an included download code. Preorders will be available soon. Band will also perform live at this years edition of Roadburn Festival! Link