Just picked this up the other day, a (not exactly “limited) pressing of American doom metal band The Sword’s (The Night the Sky Cried) Tears of Fire single, the last track from Warp Riders. Side B is a new unreleased track called “Farstar”.
This single is in fact a 45rpm record, but I’ve only listened to it at 33rpm (didn’t realize it was a 45). Slower is better anyways, in my opinion. It actually sounds really good, vocals remind me of chopped hip-hop vocals but spacey, suits the atmosphere. Guitars are extremely heavy at 33rpm, solos slower but still great.Really cool vinyl, hexagon shape, picturedisc. Released late 2010. Limited to 3000 copies. Just picked this up the other day, a (not exactly “limited) pressing of American doom metal band The Sword’s (The Night the Sky Cried) Tears of Fire single, the last track from Warp Riders. Side B is a new unreleased track called “Farstar”.
This single is in fact a 45rpm record, but I’ve only listened to it at 33rpm (didn’t realize it was a 45). Slower is better anyways, in my opinion. It actually sounds really good, vocals remind me of chopped hip-hop vocals but spacey, suits the atmosphere. Guitars are extremely heavy at 33rpm, solos slower but still great.Really cool vinyl, hexagon shape, picturedisc. Released late 2010. Limited to 3000 copies.

Just picked this up the other day, a (not exactly “limited) pressing of American doom metal band The Sword’s (The Night the Sky Cried) Tears of Fire single, the last track from Warp Riders. Side B is a new unreleased track called “Farstar”.

This single is in fact a 45rpm record, but I’ve only listened to it at 33rpm (didn’t realize it was a 45). Slower is better anyways, in my opinion. It actually sounds really good, vocals remind me of chopped hip-hop vocals but spacey, suits the atmosphere. Guitars are extremely heavy at 33rpm, solos slower but still great.

Really cool vinyl, hexagon shape, picturedisc. Released late 2010. Limited to 3000 copies.

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