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The culmination of one of the most impressive and conscientious slow-builds in modern metal, the debut full-length album from Vermont-based three-piece Ghastly Sound is here.
Following a three-year stretch which saw the band drop two colossal and genre-bending EPs and a ripsaw video single while appearing at heavy tastemaker festivals like New England Stoner and Doom Fest and Psycho Las Vegas, Ghastly Sound is now ready to unleash HAVE
A NICE DAY onto the heavy music landscape.
Recorded last winter at Overit Studios in frigid upstate New York, Have A Nice Day was engineered by Dave Parker (ex-Coheed and Cambria), mixed by Adam Clairmont and mastered by Grammy winner Alan Douches.
Have A Nice Day showcases Ghastly Sound’s ability to merge sonic tributaries from head-buzzing stoner rock, melodic alt-metal and obliterating hardcore into a tsunami of inescapable infectiousness that needs no classification to get pounded into blissful submission by.
And, lest anyone forget, this slab of fine northern aggression is delivered by a band that accomplishes its gargantuan, adrenalized riff-mastery without the inclusion of a guitarist.
"Thunderous, alternative heavy rock that never sounds like anything else." - METAL HAMMER
"Despite the brevity of their songs, the band has developed a real knack for filling them wall-to-wall with both beauty and brutality." - INVISIBLE ORANGES
"Fuses the barely-controlled chaos of classic Converge with the otherworldly, larger-than-life sonic vistas of the Deftones at their most melodious." - METAL SUCKS
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ASG knocked it out of the park with their cover of Mother. The Melvins mistepped to open up the album, so did Low Flying Hawks, but get past the first few tracks and this is a rewarding listen, the deeper cuts are truly outstanding the more you listen, and wow, Year of the Cobra's When the Tigers Broke Free is stellar. Mike Williams
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I sampled the Huntress just due to the name, I definitely won the musical lottery quick pick. What a amazing find, It has it all great lyrics and vocals, killer psychedelic sound and some doom elements tossed in for a bonus. Reminds me of Mastodon, Elder and a more psychedelic version of Khemmis. AbNormal Listening Habits
On their gut-wrenching debut album "Let Pain Be Your Guide," screamo revivalists Portrayal of Guilt demonstrate their transcendent potential, beyond a shadow of a doubt, in a blinding flash. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 30, 2018