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500 only gatefold deluxe 180 gram LP, transparent white and purple vinyl + DL. 'Terminal' follows hot on the heels of Limb's self-titled debut of 2014 and cranks up the sonics, mashes the grooves, and ups the filth quotient. With legendary extreme metal producer Russ Russell on board (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, Evile...) they've created a monolithic statement of intent. 'Terminal' is a down-tuned and dirty barrage of monumental riffs. The guitars are all rolling fuzz. The bass is low, warm and weighty. The drums pound, and vocalist Rob Hoey's roar resounds through it all. This album is guaranteed to blow your ears, speakers, and minds. Recognizing Limb's love of both stoner dirge and glam stomp, Russ Russell has described the band's sound as 'GoatSlade', and we can see why. Buried in the dirt is a cosmic boogie, which pays more than a nod to the decade of stacked platform boots without ever feeling retro.
500 only gatefold deluxe 180 gram LP, transparent white and purple vinyl + DL. 'Terminal' follows hot on the heels of Limb's self-titled debut of 2014 and cranks up the sonics, mashes the grooves, and ups the filth quotient. With legendary extreme metal producer Russ Russell on board (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, Evile...) they've created a monolithic statement of intent. 'Terminal' is a down-tuned and dirty barrage of monumental riffs. The guitars are all rolling fuzz. The bass is low, warm and weighty. The drums pound, and vocalist Rob Hoey's roar resounds through it all. This album is guaranteed to blow your ears, speakers, and minds. Recognizing Limb's love of both stoner dirge and glam stomp, Russ Russell has described the band's sound as 'GoatSlade', and we can see why. Buried in the dirt is a cosmic boogie, which pays more than a nod to the decade of stacked platform boots without ever feeling retro.
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500 only gatefold deluxe 180 gram LP, transparent white and purple vinyl + DL. 'Terminal' follows hot on the heels of Limb's self-titled debut of 2014 and cranks up the sonics, mashes the grooves, and ups the filth quotient. With legendary extreme metal producer Russ Russell on board (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, Evile...) they've created a monolithic statement of intent. 'Terminal' is a down-tuned and dirty barrage of monumental riffs. The guitars are all rolling fuzz. The bass is low, warm and weighty. The drums pound, and vocalist Rob Hoey's roar resounds through it all. This album is guaranteed to blow your ears, speakers, and minds. Recognizing Limb's love of both stoner dirge and glam stomp, Russ Russell has described the band's sound as 'GoatSlade', and we can see why. Buried in the dirt is a cosmic boogie, which pays more than a nod to the decade of stacked platform boots without ever feeling retro.
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