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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Kylesa - Spiral Shadow (sampler, 2010, -V0 Bitrate)


maestro898 said...

Really enjoying this album right now. Sounds like they would put on an awesome show!

Thanks for sharing!

kuz said...

This was one of my absolute fave albums of 2010! Great band and really quite original.

This was my take on it


Strange Ranger said...

@maestro898: So glad you like it. Their 2009 album Static Tensions is really good, too. I got the most wicked shirt at the show. It has an awesome illustration of Death on it.

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: Another great post, and yet another band that I'm also into. I have to agree with you, our overlapping taste is rather uncanny. I have a fairly large collection of sludge, stoner and doom metal. Perhaps I'll get around to sharing some of it soon. For those of you who like Kylesa, I highly recommend checking out their 2006 album "Time Will Fuse Its Worth".