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Un Streaming Full "The Tomb Of All Things" Album

Seattle's Un is now premiering debut album "The Tomb of All Things" online before it drops this Friday via Black Bow Records.

The album features a guest appearance from Jon Davis of Conan on the track "Sol Marasmus" and pre-orders for "The Tomb of All Things" are up now at this location.

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1. Ajna AnimiSa writes:

I cannot believe that Un chose to weaken this beautiful work of art by allowing a guest vocal to completely trash the first track. We all know who the guest vocal is, and I'm clearly not a fan of the vocal work in his own band. It was truly shocking to me, as a listener, to be blissing out to Sol Marasmus, when suddenly an ill-timed guttural bellow emanates from what sounds like the bottom of a well filled with waste. I don't know if it's strange production, or that his voice is given too much prevalence in the mix, but the effect is extremely unpleasant during those few bars where he ''sings." Just because someone digs your music and offers to put it out for you doesn't mean you should invite them to dampen its beauty with their stylistically opposite skillset. That said, I am truly moved by this work of art you've named The Tomb Of All Things. I'll be in line to buy it on the 4th. Next time, consider keeping it all in the family. Great work, Un.

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