BRUME / WITCH RIPPER - Split MMXIX (half black/half bone) 12"

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San Francisco's Doom Trio Brume have teamed up with Seattle's Stoner Metal misfits Witch Ripper to bring you a split of unforgiving heaviness to ring in the New Year of Heavy MMXIX.

Witch Ripper open the gates on Side A with a mind melting 13+ min track called "19852. A track that was recorded during their magnificent debut "Homestead" recording session released last year, so you know you will be swept up once again in their punishing assault!

On Side B Brume grace us with a song recorded between the debut "Donkey" and follow up full length "Rooster", a relentless 8+min Doom anthem called "Man-made" which starts as slow as you know them to be, then bursts into a mid paced groove that will have you banging your head uncontrollably before sending you out into oblivion as they quiet down before the last storm. And, to top it off, Brume does a cover of the classic Leadbelly song "In the Pines" or "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" (also covered by Nirvana and Mark Lanegan respectively) in their own traditional Doomed way, so get ready!

Side Witch Ripper
A1. 1985 (13:45)
Side Brume
B1. Man-made (8:18)
B2. In the Pines (Leadbelly cover) (5:18)

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