2x12" Siege Wooden LP Box #100223
Please be aware that this is a pre-order item. Expected to ship on or around October 7, 2022 *
Release Date: December 20, 2021
Due to this item being an import, the ship date has been set to allow for potential delays. We expect the item to ship sooner and we will adjust the ship date once we have final confirmation.
These are strictly limited and numbered LP box sets made of high quality wood in dark brown colour and have the band logo engraved on it and furthermore filled with gold colour. This very special box comes loaded with the following items -
► Gatefold Double LP with metallic effect and embossing
► Autographed card
► Shaped gold logo patch
► Album artwork coaster
► Album artwork badge
► Stickers of all the three artworks
Item ships out on or around November 20, 2021
Please bear in mind that these colours are for representational purpose only and the actual products may differ. Also the shipping date is tentative and it's likely that the LPs will be shipped out sooner, depending on the backlog at the pressing plants.
The Slow Death are an exceptional band that straddles the emotive as well as heavier aspect of atmospheric death/doom metal. There are eerie, haunting female vocals alternated with abysmally low growls to go with similarly undulating music, encompassing a terrific range of heart-rending expression. Members of veteran bands such as Illimitable Dolor, Horrisonous, ex-Mournful Congregation ensure that the music remains engaging, even during the sparser, atmospheric parts, which invariably give way to soul-piercing solos or dread-inducing chugging parts. This is a staggering interpretation of the double-edged style with everything remaining all too palpable, as it hurtles you through a harrowing, emotional roller-coaster ride through four epochal tracks averaging over 15 minutes, at the end of which you'll emerge cleansed, purged, feeling exhausted but somehow lighter. It's a microcosm of the events that are bound to unfold in everyone's life, and The Slow Death couldn't express the inevitable moments of grief and triumph any better through their emotionally-charged music. Six years in the making, 'Siege' is sure to be remembered as one of the best albums in the style.