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Album Review

It's hard to pin down the exact heavy metal subgenre that Brooklyn, NY's Tombs specialize in — musically, it's a bit all over the place. Case in point, their 2009 offering, Winterhours, which features death metal growls and music that touches upon extreme metal, doom metal, and even good old-fashioned Iron Maiden-esque Euro-metal. But one thing's for sure, the whole adds up to be impressively hypnotic and relentless throughout, as evidenced by the punishing album opener "Gossamer" and the non-stop onslaught of "Beneath the Toxic Jungle."


Formed: 2007 in Brooklyn, New York, NY

Genre: Death Metal/Black Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2007 as a collaboration between Mike Hill (Anodyne), Dominic Seita (Speedloader), and Justin Ennis (the Heuristic), Brooklyn, New York-based, experimental metal outfit Tombs blends bleak, post-rock minimalism with the ferocious attack of sludge and classic black metal. The group's dark proto-industrial sounds were first put to wax that year in the form of a two-song EP simply entitled Tombs, and by the time the group got around to unleashing a proper full-length for Relapse, 2009’s Winter...
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