Release date: 20 April 2012
Style: Stoner metal, Sludge metal

Rating:

8.5 | 2 votes

Owners:

3 have it
1 wants it


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Review


Additional info
CD version limited to 100 copies.

Tape version released by Dark Omen Records limited to 51 copies with a special tape cover artwork by Mind Collæctor.

Guest review by
BoxCar Willy

Rating:
8.7
Sludge metal, my favourite genre. Bands take influences from all types of music in sludge. They can be atmospheric like Isis or deathlike a la Horn Of The Rhino. My favourite variation you ask? Well… that has to be stoner sludge.

Wolves Carry My Name comes straight out of Germany, playing a fuzzed out sludge hybrid. Taking influences from stoner, and even a little bit of post metal, this quintuple really show what they are capable of on this 5 song EP. The instrumentation is harsh and full of groove, the vocals are more vicious than a 3 legged badger.

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