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Montreal, QC – April 28, 2017
For fans of Gojira, Sikth, Meshuggah, Dillinger Escape Plan, Between The Buried And Me
Decibel Mag Album Premiere SLAGDUSTER’s “Deadweight”
“Deadweight” Due Out May 5th
Isolated in the small town of Grand Forks, BC, the progressive, groovy and creative heavy sounds of the local SLAGDUSTER will be unleashing their long awaited album “Deadweight” on May 5th to follow their 2010 debut album ‘Nature.Humanity.Machine’.
Featuring nine tracks that have been very slowly and carefully crafted over the years, SLAGDUSTER‘s “Deadweight” is ready to be heard in full with an exclusive album stream along with interview on Decibel Magazine. “Deadweight” gives a variety a flavor with its ripping riffs and tremolo melodies to soft transitional parts and psychedelic interludes on top of constant heaviness and groove. Fans of Goijira, Sikth, Meshuggah, Dillinger Escape Plan, Between The Buried And Me are sure to be shaken up!
To check out “Deadweight”, please visit the following link on Decibel Magazine: http://decibelmagazine.com/blog/2017/4/27/slagduster-interview-and-album-stream
To pre-order “Deadweight”, please visit www.slagduster.com.
July 14/15 – Armstrong, BC – Armstrong Metal Fest w/ Revocation, Ninjaspy, Aggression – info
1.Soldiers Of Meth (4:52)
2. Peeping Ron (3:43)
3. Profane Puppet (4:25)
4. Mother’s Milk (4:46)
5. Mushroom Stomp (4:34)
6. On All Fours (4:57)
7. Cheer Up Clown (4:40)
8. Ivory Into Coal (4:58)
9. Untouchable (4:37)
Album Length: 41:36
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“Slagduster deliver grooved rhythms, technical riffing, odd time signatures and pummeling vocals on new single “Peeping Ron”” – The Sludgelord
“9 songs long, it doesn’t have time to get old or run out of imagination, something it has plenty of! Ending on the best song of the album, Untouchable. The ingredients combining here to give an exciting plate of metal that ensures you’re not going to be forgetting about Deadweight anytime soon.” – Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life
“witness their antics and groove metal.” – Beatroute (Live review Armstrong Metalfest 2016)