Vinyl LP pressing. 2013's Serpents Unleashed is Athens, OH metal diehards Skeletonwitch's fifth and last release to date although a a long awaited sixth slab is due in the summer of 2018. Recorded with Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire, Isis) in Salem, MA., the album - which features artwork by Baizley who returned to the fold for the first time in six years - is another blistering helping of two-and-a-half minute blasts of blackened metal amalgamation. This time around, the band also shows off a few new tricks - note the Scandinavian doom-vibe in the opening of "Unending, Everliving" and the devil's swing of "This Evil Embrace" - but does so without compromising the frosty/fiery/abominable metal spirit or blue-collar humility that has endeared them to so many over the past decade.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2013's Serpents Unleashed is Athens, OH metal diehards Skeletonwitch's fifth and last release to date although a a long awaited sixth slab is due in the summer of 2018. Recorded with Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire, Isis) in Salem, MA., the album - which features artwork by Baizley who returned to the fold for the first time in six years - is another blistering helping of two-and-a-half minute blasts of blackened metal amalgamation. This time around, the band also shows off a few new tricks - note the Scandinavian doom-vibe in the opening of "Unending, Everliving" and the devil's swing of "This Evil Embrace" - but does so without compromising the frosty/fiery/abominable metal spirit or blue-collar humility that has endeared them to so many over the past decade.
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Serpents Unleashed [LP]
Artist: Skeletonwitch
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2013's Serpents Unleashed is Athens, OH metal diehards Skeletonwitch's fifth and last release to date although a a long awaited sixth slab is due in the summer of 2018. Recorded with Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire, Isis) in Salem, MA., the album - which features artwork by Baizley who returned to the fold for the first time in six years - is another blistering helping of two-and-a-half minute blasts of blackened metal amalgamation. This time around, the band also shows off a few new tricks - note the Scandinavian doom-vibe in the opening of "Unending, Everliving" and the devil's swing of "This Evil Embrace" - but does so without compromising the frosty/fiery/abominable metal spirit or blue-collar humility that has endeared them to so many over the past decade.