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The Modern Art Of Setting Ablaze

by MANTAR

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birdistheword
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birdistheword Mantar - I'm in the mood for love... Do you remember? You & me listening to Edge of Sanity's "Song of Sirens" at their legendary romantic campfire "Purgatory Afterglow"? What a ride!
Cephalic Miasma
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Cephalic Miasma This here is some powerful and pummeling stuff. Never a dull moment. Favorite track: Dynasty Of Nails.
Colin M.
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Colin M. The punky denizens of sludge with the undeniable fire fetish are fully immolated and back with another vicious, raw aural assault. Favorite track: Taurus.
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𝔩𝔬𝔲𝔡-𝔮𝔲𝔦𝔢𝔱-𝔩𝔬𝔲𝔡 𝓣his is the story of Mantar. Blackened doomsters of the north. Unholy musicians, whose lust for volume can never be satisfied. They hack through melodies, howling. They see only power and tonality. As the north star shines upon skins and axe, they know their time has come. They prefer tuning down. They want to see speakers burn. Dusky octaves run through excess tone. They howl like wolves in a frenzy of feedback. Kick off the set and burn the stage. They serve one master. That is destruction. Favorite track: Obey The Obscene.
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The Knowing 01:50
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Taurus 04:28
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Anti Eternia 03:49
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The Funeral 05:15

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released August 24, 2018

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MANTAR Hamburg, Germany

MANTAR manages to sound heavier than most five piece bands you may know, in spite of the fact that no bass guitar was used on this record. Just drums and guitar set for destruction. Forget about Rock 'n Roll. This will hurt. Flogging beats and blackened melodies meet feedback orgies and doom mayhem. Early Melvins, Motorhead, Darkthrone. You name it. Don't call it sludge though. ... more

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