The Woes of a Mortal Earth

by Brimstone Coven

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Tom's Reviews Honestly, I hated this band when I first heard their Metal Blade Records debut; I thought the riffs were cool, but the vocals weren't my thing. All that has changed upon hearing this fantastic album, and it's now in daily rotation. Everything about this album is above par, and the vocals are one of the best elements of the group now. If you don't add this to your collection, then you're crazier than I am 😂 Favorite track: Secrets of the Earth.
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doomcrew Same 70s inspired rock the band continues to deliver flawlessly. This time around the vocals are stronger than ever and dare I say I hear alittle Layne Staley influenced lyrics and delivery. 🤘 Favorite track: When the World is Gone.
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Echoing with the eerie reverberations of heavyweights like Sabbath and Pentagram mixed with the classic rock of Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, Brimstone Coven has created their own contemporary vintage vibe. Hailing from eastern Ohio, the band released two albums on Metal Blade during the first half of the 2010s before revamping their lineup in 2017. Following several tours and the self-released "What Was and What Shall Be," the band joined forces with Ripple to create their darkest sounding album to date. Despite the foreboding aesthetic of "Woes of a Mortal Earth," the future for Brimstone Coven has never looked so bright.

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released August 21, 2020

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