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Sons of Tonatiuh
Parade of Sorrow (Color) (Vinyl LP)


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 PRICE: $16.99
 FORMAT: Vinyl LP
 LABEL: Hydro-Phonic
 RELEASED: 2012
 ORIGIN: USA
 ITEM #: ATH-9261
 SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Limited edition of only 67 copies on green brown colored vinyl.

TRACKLIST:

  1. Intro
  2. White Wall
  3. Parade of Sorrow
  4. Plastic Cell
  5. Colors Run Red
  6. Season of Pills
  7. One by One
  8. Sea Sick
  9. Eye so Blind
  10. Fallout
"Parade of Sorrow delivers plenty of doomy, swampy Southern-fried goodness, sort of like a head-on collision between early Black Sabbath and Eyehategod. A tune like "Plastic Cell" mixes their crust punk leanings with some crushing, down-tuned Sabbathian riffage, while the ominous title track offers monstrous, earth shattering doom at its finest. "One By One" is raunchy, crusty Southern rock with balls, and the near 8-minute "Fallout" features booming riffs, feedback, and agonizing screams. There's some real attitude to many of these tracks, and some killer riffs, so if you dig the whole sludge scene you'll want to investigate this one."
Pete Pardo




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Sons of Tonatiuh: Parade of Sorrow (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $9.99
Released: 2012
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Sons of Tonatiuh
Parade of Sorrow (CD)

Label: Hydro-Phonic   Origin: USA
Parade of Sorrow delivers plenty of doomy, swampy Southern-fried goodness, sort of like a head-on collision between early Black Sabbath and Eyehategod. A tune like "Plastic Cell" mixes their crust punk leanings with some crushing, down-tuned Sabbathian riffage, while the ominous title track offers monstrous, earth shattering doom at its finest. "One By One" is raunchy, crusty Southern rock with balls, and the near 8-minute "Fallout" features booming riffs, feedback, an...


Sons of Tonatiuh: Parade of Sorrow (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $16.99
Released: 2012
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Sons of Tonatiuh
Parade of Sorrow (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: Hydro-Phonic   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 67 copies on green brown colored vinyl. Parade of Sorrow delivers plenty of doomy, swampy Southern-fried goodness, sort of like a head-on collision between early Black Sabbath and Eyehategod. A tune like "Plastic Cell" mixes their crust punk leanings with some crushing, down-tuned Sabbathian riffage, while the ominous title track offers monstrous, earth shattering doom at its finest. "One By One" is raunchy, crusty Southern rock with balls, and t...


Sons of Tonatiuh: Self Titled (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $9.99
Released: 2010
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Sons of Tonatiuh
Self Titled (CD)

Label: Hydro-Phonic   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 300 copies. More crusty-punk than crusty-sludge, Atlanta's Sons of Tonatiuh (pronounced “Tahn-a-tee-ah”) still has enough of a Leechmilk pedigree (guitarist/vocalist Dan Caycedo played in both) to appeal to those that drink freely from those foul, murky waters. Regardless of tempo, these Sons play it straightforward and vicious. For fans of Sourvein, Iron Monkey, Eyehategod, and Weedeater.


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