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Shaped in 2007 like a collaboration between Mike Hill (Anodyne), Dominic Seita (Speedloader), and Justin Ennis (the Heuristic), Brooklyn, New York-based, experimental steel outfit Tombs blends bleak, post-rock minimalism using the ferocious assault of sludge and classic black color steel. The group’s dark proto-industrial noises were first place to polish that year by means of a two-song EP just entitled Tombs, and by enough time the group got around to unleashing an effective full-length for Relapse, 2009’s Winter season Hours, Seita and Ennis have been changed with Carson Wayne and Andrew Hernandez (Asra), respectively. The music group’s sophomore outing, 2011’s Pathways of Totality, was made by John Congleton (Baroness, Explosions in the Sky), and presented prominently on many critics’ year-end metallic lists. Savage Platinum followed 3 years later.

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