SEVEN SISTERS OF SLEEP / CHILDREN OF GOD Split LP

by Seven Sisters Of Sleep / Children Of God

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xhrl_ Absolutely head smashing split! A steady diet of sludge, stoner doom and punk thrash marks this music. One of my favourite finds so far this year, this is desperate and unrelenting just like life. Both bands nail this Split; yet my favourite tracks are Bled Dry (CoD) & Almighty Black Talons (SSoS). Highly recommended! Excellence this raw is incredibly evocative. Favorite track: SEVEN SISTERS OF SLEEP Almighty Black Talons.
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SEVEN SISTERS OF SLEEP’s second studio effort appears in the form of a vicious split LP with CHILDREN OF GOD. Contributing three songs each SSOS keeps things slow and low while COG take things to a more frantic and violent pace.

RECOMMENDED FOR FANS OF: Grief / Eyehategod / Backstabbers Inc

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SEVEN SISTERS OF SLEEP
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Brian Thomas (Drums)
Brock Elmore (Guitar)
Chip Blake (Bass)
Eddie Bermudez (Guitar)
Tim McAlary (Vocals)

RELATED BANDS: Arm And Sword Of A Bastard God / Spring Break / Tafkata

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CHILDREN OF GOD
Location: Los Angeles, CA

RELATED BANDS: Graf Orlock / Seven Generations
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Tracks 1-3 Recorded by: Paul Miner (Buzzbomb Studio)
Artwork / Design by; Mike Kendrick (Riot Structure)


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released January 1, 2015

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