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Godhunter Posts Tour Diary With Secrets Of The Sky

Having just completed a co-headlining tour of the lower southwestern realms of America together, Oakland's Secrets Of The Sky and Tucson's Godhunter have released a post-tour account of their journey together, documenting some of the pros, cons, and random insanity two independent acts sometimes encounter on such a venture.

Read the new tour blog over at tour sponsor American Aftermath's website.

On the recent Southwest U.S. trek, the bands were mongering a limited-to-100 copies, tour-only, cassette-edition of a new split release between both acts. On this combined effort, entitled
"Ghosts," both bands supply brand new material, showcasing even further experimentation into each of their respective crafts, with forty minutes of material, including a crushing new opus from each band, as well as a haunting, thematic accompaniment bearing the "Ghosts" theme.

Through a joint effort between Godhunter's Battleground Records and The Compound, "Ghosts" will see a more substantial release on September 9th through a deluxe LP version. The track listing is as follows:

A1. GODHUNTER "Pursuit Predator"
A2. GODHUNTER "Ghosts"

You can also still catch Godhunter live:

7/11/2014 Club Congress - Tucson, AZ w/ Ghetto Blaster
7/25/2014 The Rock - Tucson, AZ w/ Castle
8/24/2014 Club Red - Phoenix, AZ w/ Corrosion Of Conformity, Bl'ast, Brank Bjork Lord Dying

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