If you are working today, chances are you are miserable. Your soul-crushing day job just seems much more unbearable knowing you are a few agonizing hours way from Labor Day weekend. Time just slows to a crawl and no amount of caffeinated beverages can keep you from passing out. Well, we at Svbterranean have the solution to all your troubles, and the answer is blackened doom.
Well, maybe it’s not a perfect solution, but you’ll at forget about how horrible your day is when you are being pulverized by lumbering, grimy doom metal. That’s where Florida’s Gaul and their new track “Passages” comes in.
This four-minute, sprawling, dissonant monstrosity will appear on the group’s forthcoming full-length, III, which is due out on October 13 via Dullest Records on a limited run of 150 screen printed tapes. This brooding new track is set to an equally despondent video that splices together scenes from the films Begotten and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari into a feverish nightmare. Check out the video below and start your Labor Day weekend off on a low(er) note.
The album’s track listing can also be seen below and the band’s past releases can be streamed here.
1. Sanctum of Serpents
The band’s album release show will take place on October 14 at The Atlantic in Gainesville, Florida, alongside Weltesser, Yashira and Rot in Coffins. The band will also make an appearance at Florida is Loud Fest in Orlando, which will take place on December 15-17.
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