Skeletonwitch: Breathing The Fire

Skeletonwitch SKU: 38759338
Skeletonwitch: Breathing The Fire

Skeletonwitch: Breathing The Fire

Skeletonwitch SKU: 38759338

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $26.60

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Title: Breathing The Fire
Artist: Skeletonwitch
Label: Prosthetic Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 656191039611
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Limited picture disc pressing. Skeletonwitch's mighty, sonic fortress is an amalgamation of classic Bay Area thrash, Scandinavian death/black metal and NWOBHM. Upping the ante from their 2007 Prosthetic debut, Beyond the Permafrost, the Ohio sons showed no mercy and took no prisoners on 2009 follow-up, Breathing the Fire. To lay this nasty, raging slab to tape, Skeletonwitch traveled to Seattle and hooked up with legendary producer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, High On Fire). To make things extra filthy, they enlisted Scott Hull of grind kings Pig Destroyer to handle the mastering duties. "Breathing the Fire is a burning, fucking beast!", exclaimed guitarist Scott Hedrick. "The drums are monstrous; Chance's sickening vocals sound inhuman and somehow retain amazing clarity; Evan's bass sounds like Steve Harris, Lemmy and D.D. Verni in a blender; and the guitars sound like jousting chainsaws. A lot of people said that on Beyond the Permafrost, we married black and thrash metal. With Breathing the Fire, they had a kid and that baby's a burner!"


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