TOMBS: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

Brooklyn, New York trio TOMBS will release its new album, "Path Of Totality", on June 7 via Relapse Records. The follow-up to "Winter Hours" was recorded at Elmwood Recording studios in Dallas, Texas with engineer John Congleton (BARONESS, EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY, BLACK MOUNTAIN, ST. VINCENT). It will be made available on CD, 2xLP, and digitally and features artwork from Thomas Hooper of Hoopers Electric.

"Path Of Totality" is now available for streaming in its entirety at NPR.org.

TOMBS recently released a 14-songs collection of early material, tracks from split releases, and previously unreleased demos. Titled "Fear Is The Weapon", the collection is strictly limited to a one-time pressing of 1,000 copies and is available exclusively through Relapse mailorder.

TOMBS' last album, "Winter Hours", was released in February 2009 via Relapse Records. The CD was recorded at the Etching Tin Studios in Richmond, Virginia with engineer Ian Whalen.

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