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Fister Streaming Two New Songs

St. Louis sludge band Fister is releasing its newest 12" "The Infernal Paramount" in vinyl form and is streaming it on Bandcamp, where you can also hear a few of the band's other 12" releases and the 2011 full-length "Bronsonic." That debut is interesting in that Fister has created a cult of Charles Bronson and puts his head in the baphomet on the cover of that release. They believe that when Bronson died he went to hell and blew the devil away with a .44 and then began to rule the underworld and compose its music. Only the three guys in Fister can channel him into music through weed and booze. Fister will be touring in the central and eastern parts of the U.S. in July and is still confirming the venues in the cities. Check out the songs "Deaf Wish" and "River Collins" from "The Infernal Paramount" below.

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