Sold by music on Tradebit
The world's largest download marketplace
3,215,492 satisfied buyers
Shopper Award

MP3 The Great Sabatini - Burning Wilderness

Working class metal with sludgy tendencies.

5 MP3 Songs in this album (27:06) !
Related styles: METAL/PUNK: Doom/Stoner Metal, METAL/PUNK: Progressive Metal

People who are interested in Neurosis Melvins Mastodon should consider this download.

The "Burning Wilderness" ep was our first studio recording. In these five songs we were trying to find a way to stitch together sonic ideas from Black Sabbath, Meshuggah, King Crimson, Frank Zappa, The Melvins, Neurosis, Merzbow, Sonic Youth, Godflesh, Today Is The Day and a million other things in one angry, abrasive ball of noise. It was recorded shortly after our formation and stands alone as a document of our earliest days when all of our fury was focused on one goal; total sonic annihilation.

Some words from the press on "Burning Wilderness":
"...this foursome turned it up to 11 and delivered one of the heaviest sets this side of Today Is the Day. Their recent EP, Burning Wilderness, possesses the cinematic scope of mid-period Isis and later Neurosis, the melodic know-how of Torche and the technical razzle-dazzle of Helmet and Meshuggah."
Johnson Cummins for The Mirror (Montreal weekly)

"The Great Sabatini have been dragged in from the darkest corner of Montreal''s metal forest and set loose with gnashing fangs in their first collection of death-dealing tunes. This cd is everything you ever wanted to bang your head to, each tune stripped down to the spine and eviscerated. It well documents the fury of Sabatini and hints at the hugeness to come."
B.T. Bottles (Rage Magazine)

Formed from the ashes of Violent Marv, this Montreal sludge-math foursome proffer disgruntled stoner metal rife with odd time signatures and thick, hearty production. Great Sabatini might be described as a futuristic meeting between Sabbath, Sleep and Meshuggah, until you reach the EP''s jarring eight-minute-long conclusion, experimental noise number Scene One: Ombu Enters Vixen''s Private Moments Only to Dissolve, Immersed in Obscured Solitude. Sabatini''s three-pronged vocal assault brings alternating layers of screaming, yelling and outright singing; add to that the band''s unpretentious, tongue-in-cheek stance and phenomenal album art, and you''ve got something worth checking out - or signing, if you''re a label bigwig.
Steve Lalla for The Hour (Montreal weekly)

File Data

This file is sold by music, an independent seller on Tradebit.

Our Reviews
© Tradebit 2004-2023
All files are property of their respective owners
Questions about this file? Contact music
DMCA/Copyright or marketplace issues? Contact Tradebit