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Just got this through the post yesterday and it's been on repeat pretty much all the time since then. I think these guys are one of the only bands that can do twenty minute long guitar drone tracks that never get boring. I'm loving the full on doom power chords at the end of 'Liana' too.

 

I wasn't quick enough to get the bonus cd boomkat were selling with it though... anyone manage to pick one of those up?

 

http://www.thrilljockey.com/thrill/Mountains/Centralia#.UPwp2jxFDbU

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