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French doom label Totem Cat Records has unleashed a strictly limited pressing of 500 copies of the "Cyclopean Riffs" 12" split release featuring Texans Wo Fat and the North Dakota desert rock band Egypt. Track one from the release, "Nameless Cults" by Wo Fat, along with the track three cut "Blood Temple Hymn" by Egypt, are streaming below.
The cover art on "Cyclopean Riffs" is done by renowned Totem Cat in-house illustrator Flog, who has done the countless cat totem poles, horned cats and dead rat t-shirt logos. Wo Fat will be playing at the second annual Metroplex Heavyfest on July 19th at the Boiler Room in Dallas. Egypt will be playing its last show in Fargo at the Aquarium on June 15th along with The Edith Massey and Red Desert.
North Dakota based stoner/doom act Egypt, resurrected after its break up following the 2007 self-titled EP "Egypt" was issued through Lyderhorn Records, is streaming the tracks "World Eater," "The Village Is Silent" and the cover of Deep Purple's "Black Night." The songs appear on the band's first full length LP "Become the Sun," which is available through Totem Cat Records. A previously posted stream of the new track "Orb of the Wizardking" can be heard here.
Check out "World Eater" here:
North Dakota based stoner/doom act Egypt has been resurrected after its break up following the 2007 self-titled EP "Egypt" was issued through Lyderhorn Records. The band is set to release its first full length LP "Become the Sun" later this year through Totem Cat Records. A stream of the new track "Orb of the Wizardking" can be heard below.
The track listing for "Become the Sun" is as follows:
2. The Village is Silent
3. Orb of the Wizardking
7. World Eater
8. Snake Charmer
9. Black Night (Deep Purple)
10. Elk River Fire
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