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Odd Fellows Rest
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Category: Sludge Metal
Label: Spitfire Records
Catalog Number: SPITCD005
Kirk Windstein guitars, vocals|
Sammysatan Pierre Duet guitars, backing vocals
Todd "Sexy T." Strange bass
Jimmy Bower drums
|1. ||Intro ||1:24|
|2. ||Planets Collide ||4:38|
|3. ||...And Suffer As One ||4:12|
|4. ||1,000 Years Internal War ||4:02|
|5. ||To Carry The Load ||4:03|
|6. ||December's Spawn ||5:11|
|7. ||It's All In The Gravity ||4:14|
|8. ||Behind The Black Horizon ||6:02|
|9. ||New Man Born ||4:47|
|10. ||Scattered Pieces Lay ||5:23|
|11. ||Odd Fellows Rest ||6:08|
|12. ||On Frozen Ground ||4:00|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:04|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 10, 2019 at 2:41|
|Crowbar have been incredibly consistent throughout their career, maybe with the exception of their very first album. From the self-titled sophomore disc on, they've been money if you dig their sound. And "sludge" is the perfect descriptor. It's thick, it's dirty, it's toxic, it's slow-flowing, and it's unstoppable. Still, Odd Fellows Rest rises abov the murk as one of their better albums. The production is only serviceable, not like the crystal-clear-but-granite-heavy sound on the most recent albums, but it works. Kirk actually sings on tracks like "Planets Collide" and'Behind The Black Horizon," in a morose, throaty tone, gruff but melodic. "New Man Born" has a cool, cowbell(!)-clanging slow groove. And the title track is just one tripped-out piece, clean guitars drenched in flanger and delay, just tha topening chord will make your stomach lurch. And the cover art - what a killer T-shirt!
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