Not So Easy Listening #4 – Irata, Swan Messiah, Aisumasen

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Here are a few song recommendations and whatnot for your earholes. These bands should definitely be on your radar. Check them out! Support heavy music and artists.

Irata – Tower

Greensboro, North Carolina’s Irata create powerful, sludge tinged anthems. Early year end list contender. “Tower” is taken from their upcoming full-length of the same name, which releases through Small Stone Recordings on May 24, 2019.

https://smallstone.bandcamp.com/album/tower
https://www.iratalive.com

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Swan Messiah – Call of the Burning One

Melbourne Australia’s Swan Messiah conjure up a folk demon in this blackened acoustic nightmare. “Call of the Burning one” is taken from their latest offering, Call of the Burning One, which was self-released on March 6, 2019.

https://swanmessiah.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/swanmessiah

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Aisumasen – The Nothing Box

Thick riffs behind wet, gravelly vocals are abundant on this Swedish doom bands debut. “The Nothing Box” is taken from the The Greater Good EP, which was self-released on April 17, 2017.

https://aisumasen.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/aisumasenmusic

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Ken Kopija
I'm a sarcastic, black coffee drinking curmudgeon who is an avid collector of vinyl and tapes. I created Inhale the Heavy because I care about the music coming out of your speakers.

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