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We’ve been getting a couple more awesome reviews for the album, one at Temple of Perdition and one at SixNoises.
The album is out now, you can purchase it at the following places:
Available here for Europe:
And here for North America:
For NZ maniacs:
Great review from the folks at Sludgelord.
“The vocals and riffs feel like they have been crafted and molded in HELL itself.”
“Imagine a mad man tearing you limb from limb as Shallow Grave leave you with that unpleasant feeling of unwanted mayhem and destruction.”
“This is an album you will never forget. It’s an uncompromising journey into the abyss of darkness.”
Full review here:
Album available on CD from Astral Projection on February 4th.
For NZ cunts, we’ll let you know how you can get a hold of the album real soon.
We also have more T-shirts coming up to Auckland at the moment.
The Shallow Grave full length is all done and dusted and will be released through the Astral Projection in February 2013.
Album cover below:
We also got our shit sorted and had a limited number of t-shirts printed for the album. They’ll be available for purchase at this year’s annual Stonerfest in Auckland, this Satdee 1st December for $25. Available in black and white.
Shallow Grave debut full length album, to be released in 2012 by Astral Projection.
Engineered by Sedgwick B Adams. Produced by Shallow Grave & Sedgwick B Adams
Recorded & Mixed at Quinta del Sordo. Mastered by Tom Anderson.
1. Devil’s Harvest
2. Chemical Fog
3. Nameless Chants
4. From Boundless Heights
5. To Unfathomable Depths
6. City Of The Dead/Sustainiac
Last month we played with Dead Meadow, Pink Mountaintops and our homies Arc of Ascent at the Kings Arms Tavern. Shit went surprisingly well considering the show was during the week and the night after BORIS. It was a fairly late support announcement so we didn’t really get the chance to put anything up on the net before the show. Cheers Ami Holifield and Rob MacManus foir the hookup. Dead Meadow were crazy good!
Tonight we had a show lined up with Cauldron Black Ram and Diocletian at Whammy Bar in Auckland, however, due to injury we had to pull out. Lord of Tigers have taken out place instead. Event info here: http://www.facebook.com/events/177470065690642/
See you kehhnts there.
Details in regards to a Dunedin show with SOMME http://www.facebook.com/pages/Somme/258736504183233 to be announced shortly.
Tracking is 99% complete! No release date still, however, we expect it to be out early on this year. We’re going to release it on via tape/digital download (hopefully a release on vinyl later on in the year too) with a t-shirt to accompany .
We haven’t taken any more video/photos since the last lot so here’s a ridiculously violent scene from a fantastic Korean flick: