Inter Arma - Paradise Gallows



7.9 | 68 votes |
Release date: 8 July 2016
Style: Blackened sludge metal

Owners:

47 have it
6 want it


01. Nomini
02. An Archer In The Emptiness
03. Transfiguration
04. Primordial Wound
05. The Summer Drones
06. Potomac
07. The Paradise Gallows
08. Violent Constellations
09. Where The Earth Meets The Sky

The Best Sludge / Stoner Metal Album Of 2016

Line-up
Mike Paparo - vocals
Steven Russell - guitars
Trey Dalton - guitars
T.J. Childers - drums
Joe Kerkes - bass

Additional info
Available formats:
- Digital
- CD
- 2xLP

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01.07.2016 - 11:49
LuciferOfGayness
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Im liking Primordial Wound, great cleans and great primitiveness. Looking forward to the whole thing.
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01.07.2016 - 12:23
Paź
ex-News Man
Written by Guest on 01.07.2016 at 11:49

Looking forward to the whole thing.

Here you go
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07.07.2016 - 07:57
Rating: 7
Hinklemeyer
Blue/gold splatter vinyl just came in the mail, can't wait to listen to it in a few hours.
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07.07.2016 - 13:11
LuciferOfGayness
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Written by Paź on 01.07.2016 at 12:23

Written by Guest on 01.07.2016 at 11:49

Looking forward to the whole thing.

Here you go

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07.07.2016 - 13:12
LuciferOfGayness
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Written by Hinklemeyer on 07.07.2016 at 07:57

Blue/gold splatter vinyl just came in the mail, can't wait to listen to it in a few hours.

The cover art is quite awesome. The music is quite good to, lots of genre blending going on. It could have been a bit more fucked up though, now it stays a bit on the safe side. Then again that is becoming my standard line here.
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10.08.2016 - 17:54
Alakazam
Written by Guest on 07.07.2016 at 13:12

The music is quite good to, lots of genre blending going on. It could have been a bit more fucked up though, now it stays a bit on the safe side. Then again that is becoming my standard line here.

Finishing this now and yes I agree with you, after having heard The Cavern just before this is more relatively stable between genre shifts and overall uninspiring outside the Pink Floyd masterbation. Despite the organisation moods this tries out it didn't feel as warped crazy and experimental as that previous ep album thing did before it.
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19.02.2017 - 14:53
Cynic Metalhead
Atrocious Virgin
Primordial Wound is insanely heavy.
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