Deluxe 45RPM 12" LP w/ lyric insert, 4-panel foldable poster, red flood inside the jacket pocket, hype sticker and download card. Comes in classic black vinyl or limited white & black A/B effect vinyl.
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Renowned American extreme metal sound engineer Greg Wilkison (of Brainoil, Deathgrave, ex. Laudanum, ex. Graves at Sea) owner and founder/operator of the legendary Earhammer Studios in Oakland CA (Noothgrush, Necrot, Autopsy, Vastum, Acephalix, Mortuous, Undergang, countless others) brings you his first ever solo full-length effort under the Leather Glove moniker. Standing somewhere between the caveman tank-like death metal approach of Coffins and Undergang, and the hallucinogenic sonic derailment of bands like Swans and Zeni Geva, in this debut long player of deviant and shapeshifting death-doom destruction Greg is aided by drummers Chad Gailey (Necrot, Vastum, Mortuous, Atrament, etc) and Dustin Ferris (Apraxic, Pleasure Cross, Engorged, etc) to unleash thirty minutes of cerebral and disgusting aural mayhem, smashing together death metal, D beat, crust, sludge, doom, and industrial noise to summon a low end monster of deranged experimentalism and of unspeakable heaviness. Ripping guitar solos laid down by bastion Bay Area metal shredders like Sean McGrath (Ghoul, Impaled), Shelby Lermo (Vastum, Ulthar, Extremity), Eric Cutler (Autopsy), and Danny Corrales (Autopsy, Abcess) round out a debut release of absolutely incinerating intensity.
released March 8, 2019
Written, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Greg Wilkinson at Earhammer Studios, Oakland CA.
Greg Wilkinson: bass, guitar, vocals, noise
Dustin Ferris: drums on tracks 1, 3, 6, 7, 8
Chad Galey: drums on tracks 2, 4, 5
Sean McGrath: guitar solo on "The Sand Slips" (1:42 - 1:55)
Shelby Lermo: guitar solo on "The Sand Slips" (1:55 - 2:09)
Eric Cutler: guitar solo on "Perpetual Animation (0:34 - 1:09)
Danny Corlaes: guitar solo and additional guitar soundscapes on "Embrace these Grim Decisions" (2:50 - 3:29 / 4:40 - end)