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Abstracter Streaming All Three Songs From "Tomb Of Feathers"

The Path Less Traveled Records will release "Tomb of Feathers," the debut album from crusty bay area blackened noise doomsters Abstracter September 18th on digital format. The CD and vinyl versions will be released in early 2013, while a cassette tape version of the album will be available for sale in fall of 2012 through the band's own imprint Anti-Everything Laboratories.

Consisting of three tracks spanning 40 minutes, "Tomb of Feathers" was entirely self-produced and self-funded by the band and was recorded live in three days (one track per day), directly to 22-track, 2-inch analog tape mounted on 30-minute reels processed by a mid-80's Akai tape recorder, by sound engineer Josh Garcia (Depeche Mode, Melvins, Dwarves).

The recordings were then passed on to Greg Wilkinson at Hearhammer Studios for mixing, and were then shipped to Philadelphia to be mastered by James Plotkin (Isis, Sunn O))), Old, Khanate, etc.). Stream all three tracks over at Bandcamp or below in the widget.


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