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Abstracter Releasing "Tomb Of Feathers" On Cassette

Tomb of Feathers, the debut album by bay area blackened noise band Abstracter, was released today on cassette tape format. The band has made a rare statement with this release by recording the entire thing on analog tape, and they now bring you yet another step in their effort to allow people to experience their music through a format and sound that is totally unique and of superb quality. You can learn more about it over on Abstracter's bigcartel page.

The cassette tape will be available in two versions, a regular version and a deluxe version containing a digital download, and will be bundled up in a clear cassette box with a four panel J-card designed by Mattia Alagna, Abstracter's vocalist, who is also responsible for all the artwork contained within. The cassette tapes will come in a limited run of one hundred units, and will be sold by the band them selves directly through their own imprint, Anti-Everything Laboratories, Inc. Stream the three song release "Tomb of Feathers" over at bandcamp.


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