Rintrah - Salt Of The Earth

7.3 | 15 votes |
Release date: 6 January 2014
Style: Psychedelic doom metal, Stoner metal


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01. World And Man
02. Dead Black Hearts
03. Like Suns
04. Moments Loss [feat. Mikey Allred]
05. The Dog Star
06. Circadia
07. Masters Of Our Fate
08. Salt Of The Earth
09. Separated

Brett McKee - guitars, vocals
Jason Wright - guitars
Caleb Roney - drums
Jeremy "J" Fleming - bass

Guest musicians
Mikey Allred - bowed bass

Additional info
Recorded and mixed by Mikey Allred at Dark Art Audio, Nashville, TN, May 2013.
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music, New Windsor, NY, September 2013.

Artwork and design by Drew Binkley.

Staff review by
The term "stoner metal" always seemed to strike me as a bit ironic. When you're being a dirty hippie with that stuff that makes you hate America, one would at least assume you'd want something highly atmospheric and trippy to listen to, not necessarily pummeling, heavy riffage, as has become the technique typical of stoner metal these days. This year, however, Rintrah are following along the idea of making their stoner brand more psychedelic than usual, and they're executing the formula quite well.

published 15.05.2014 | Comments (2)

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03.05.2014 - 00:09
Rating: 8
Au Pays Natal
Cool stuff. I've listened to this a few times now, nice mixture of prog, psychedelic and sludge.
03.05.2014 - 14:36
Enjoying this album a lot so far. Haven't found any big discoveries lately, so this is quite a refreshing cup of tea for me.
04.08.2014 - 16:22
Troy Killjoy
Pretty late to the party, but this is some great stuff. More nuanced than I expected, with traces of prog amidst high-quality psychedelic stoner metal. Shades of Baroness and Mastodon, which is never a bad thing.
Prettier than BloodTears.
22.09.2014 - 21:50
Rating: 8
Erik M.
Yeah, I really like this. Will definitely spin it a few times more. Thanks for the recommendation, Che.
14.07.2018 - 16:48
Rating: 9
These guys need to release a new album already! This is right up there with the likes of Weedpecker's self-titled for my favourite stoner metal of this decade

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