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Graves At Sea Streaming "This Place Is Poison" Title Track

The Portland doom kings in Graves At Sea today drop a molten taste of "This Place Is Poison," available below thanks to Cvlt Nation.

The sordid hell hymn serves as side A of the EP of same name. The band's first release since 2005's scalding split with Asunder, "This Place Is Poison" 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.

On Side B, Black Sabbath's "Orchid" and "Lord Of This World" get Graves At Sea'ed: "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.

Graves At Sea is currently leveling stages across Europe alongside fellow riff-worshippers Sourvein. Remaining dates are as follows:

4/26/2014 Le Klub - Paris, France
4/27/2014 DesertFest @ The Underworld - London, England
4/28/2014 The Lughole - Sheffield, England
4/29/2014 The Roadhouse - Manchester, England
4/30/2014 Music City - Antwerp, Belgium
5/01/2014 Magasin 4 - Bruxelles, Belgium
5/02/2014 Hafenklang - Hamborg, Germany
5/03/2014 Heavy Days In Doomtown - Copenhagen, Denmark

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