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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."

Customer Reviews


clearly loses at the game of life.. this is probably going to be one of my favorites from this year. think sludge+hypnotic guitar layering+tons of black metal influences, and you have one behemoth of an album. very unique sound and killer execution makes these guys stand out from the mediocrity known as the us metal scene.

Awesome record!

I first heard the band when I saw their video Gossamer online and was hooked. Killer riffs, awesome vocals and a slight black metal influence on a few tracks. My fave new record of 2009 for sure!

Amazing...Ignore Bad Reviewers!

Just get this now. Its an amazing piece of work, beautifully put together throughout the entire album.


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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