In The Company Of Serpents
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"Merging In Light" is the forthcoming EP from Denver doom conjurors, In The Company Of Serpents.
Set for official unveiling next month (December 21st), the duo's latest manifestation of slow, sordid sonic debilitation carries on planet shattering resonance with three tracks of hostile, lumbering cheerlessness.
The EP was produced, mixed, and mastered by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage, Catheter, Nightbringer, Primitive Man, Cobalt, etc.) at Flatline Audio in Denver, Colorado.
In celebration of its upcoming release, today Cvlt Nation hurls forth the near ten-minute closing psalm, "A Union Of Opposites," for public consumption. Give it a listen below. You can also catch the band live:
11/07-09/2014 No Thanks Fest - Emory, Texas w/ Uzala, Sabbath Assembly, Dead To A Dying World More...
Denver doom bringers In The Company Of Serpents will unleash a brand new slab of slow-roasted audio disease on December 21st titled "Merging In Light."
The follow-up to the band's 2013 EP "Of The Flock" carries on the band's historically intestine-rupturing resonance with three tracks of lumbering cheerlessness. Produced, mixed, and mastered by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio in Denver, Colorado, "Merging In Light" flaunts over twenty slow, ugly minutes of true sonic desolation. The track listing is as follows:
1. Breed, Consume, Die
2. Third Mind
3. A Union Of Opposites
The album features artwork by illustrator Sam Turner (Sleep, Speedwolf et al) and will be released independently on limited 12" colored vinyl with an etched B-side. See the band live on these dates:
10/19/2014 The Gothic Theatre - Denver, CO w/ Neurosis, Subrosa
11/08/2014 No Thanks Fest - Emory, Texas w/ Uzala, Sabbath Assembly, Dead To A Dying World More...
The long awaited Doommantia Vol. 2 anthology has been released. This compilation was put together to raise money to benefit Ed Barnard, founder of Doommantia.com. After suffering with heart problems for years, Ed was hit with astronomical hospital bills which left him homeless. Due to the lack of decent healthcare in the US, Ed has now returned to his homeland of Australia to receive the care he deserves.
To help him with living expenses, 84 bands and artists from all over the world have come together once again to ease the burden left upon Ed. Just a nominal sum (with an option to pay more) gets you over 9 hours of some of the best doom, stoner, sludge, psychedelic, and drone jams out there. Stream the whole compilation and get the download details over at bandcamp. More...
The first ever Doommantia compilation, "Doommantia Vol. 1," has been streaming online over at bandcamp. The anthology features over 39 bands ranging from War Injun to Bongripper, and was released to benefit Doommantia chief Ed Barnard. For those unaware, Ed has been homeless now for a couple of months but still manages to keep the Doommantia site viable online.
Ed used to have a good job until he suffered a series of two heart attacks. Those events, plus the exorbitant cost of cardial medications made paying the rent an impossibility and got him evicted from his place in Aberdeen, Washington. Now homeless, the doom and metal community has been rallying around his cause with benefit concerts and now this compilation, "Doommantia Vol. 1." All proceeds from it will help the Australian Mr. Barnard regain his self-sufficiency.
Denver doom metal band In The Company Of Serpents has been streaming its recent five song album over on Bandcamp. In The Company Of Serpents is a duo featuring Grant Netzorg on "brown notes and thrashed throat" and JJ Anselmi on "skins." On the cassette version and official digital download, a sixth bonus track is featured - a cover of Electric Wizard's "Vinum Sabbathi."