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  • Interprète: Iron Monkey
  • Titre: 9-13
  • Ver. en format MP3: 1466 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 1643 mb
  • Pays: USA & Europe
  • Date de publication: 20 Oct 2017
  • Style: Sludge Metal, Crust, Doom Metal, Hardcore, Alternative Rock, Stoner Rock
  • # Catalogue: RR7390
  • Label: Relapse Records
  • Classement: 4.8 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
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Tracklist

1Mortarhex
2Crown Of Electrodes
3Moreland St. Hammervortex
49-13
5Destroyer
6The Rope
7Doomsday Impulse Multiplier
8Toadcrucifier - R.I.P.P.E.R.
9OmegaMangler

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PRESSING INFO:

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1700 x Black Standard Gram

400 x Clear with Black and White Splatter Standard Gram ADA UK Exclusive (Not available through Relapse.com)

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250 x White with Black Splatter Standard Gram Indie Retail Exclusive (Not available through Relapse.com)

100 x White, Black and Clear Tri Color Standard Gram Relapse.com Exclusive (Includes patch)

Cult UK doom/sludge outfit IRON MONKEY return with 9-13, their first new full-length in almost two decades. After disbanding in 1999 due to the death of their original singer J.P. Morrow, the group has reformed for phase two of their mission. Recorded in their hometown of Nottingham in Spring 2017 A.D. with producer Johnny A. Carter, 9-13 is 9 songs and 48 minutes of total nihilism. Now older, more cynical and more isolationist, IRON MONKEY are back to usurp the scene, then crush its skull. Without question, their most focused, aggressive and direct material to date, 9-13 is an all-out assault of violent hatred and nightmarish negativity. Recommended listening for fans of pain, suffering, and misanthropy.

Album

Cult UK doomsludge outfit IRON MONKEY return with 9-13, their first new full-length in almost two decades. Recorded in their hometown of Nottingham in Spring 2017 A. with producer Johnny A. Carter, 9-13 is 9 songs and by Iron Monkey, released 20 October 2017 1. Crown of Electrodes 2. OmegaMangler 3. Toadcrucifier - 5. Destroyer 6. Mortarhex 7. The Rope 8. Doomsday Impulse Multiplier 9. Moreland St. Hammervortex Cult UK doomsludge outfit IRON MONKEY return with 9-13, their first new full-length in almost two decades. After disbanding in 1999 due to the death of their original singer J. Morrow, the group has reformed for phase two of their mission. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD or more. 9-13 LP Black. Исполнитель: Iron Monkey. 2017 metal. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. Создать плейлист. Скопировать ссылку. Iron Monkey 9-13. Buy from. Iron Monkey discography all. Ruined by Idiots: Live and Unleashed 2002. Iron Monkey. Type: Full-length. Album 2017 9 Songs. Metal , in album Iron Monkey - 9-13 2017. Iron Monkey - Crown Of Electrodes. Iron Monkey - Omegamangler. Iron Monkey - 9-13. Iron Monkey - Toadcrucifier - . Iron Monkey - Destroyer. Iron Monkey - Mortarhex. Iron Monkey - The Rope. Iron Monkey - Doomsday Impulse Multiplier. Iron Monkey - Moreland St. Total v. Listen free to Iron Monkey 9-13 Crown of Electrodes, OmegaMangler and more. 9 tracks 47:44. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 20 October 2017. Crown of Electrodes. Iron Monkey 9-13 Relapse Records. It has almost been two decades since weve heard from the Cult UK doomsludge outfit of Iron Monkey. From start to finish this is one abrasive album. Full of nihilism, somber tones, and sludgy grooves that pack a hardcore punch, Iron Monkey prove that they are not messing around for one beat. Crown Of Electrodes immediately starts things with a growl and a barrage of riffs and drumming. Sliding into the track comes this sweaty and grimy groove, as the drum beat slows down. Album Review: IRON MONKEY 9-13. Posted by Kevin Stewart-Panko on October 7, 2017 at 3:48 pm. In comparing 9-13 to 1998s Our Problem and their 1997 self-titled debut because thats naturally whats going to happen when a band makes a return to active duty theres an undoubted similarity in the way tar thick tri-tones are used and abused and how that Sabbath-ian doom shuffle is maimed and mangled. Overall, however, 9-13 is played at a faster tempo in spots, it almost ventures into hardcore territory, or at least towards Eyehategod-live-in-the-late-90s tempos


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