These are high quality, extra thick and soft, 100% cotton sweat pants that are furthermore pre-washed to avoid any shrinkage issues. They come with a drawstring for better fitting and have pockets on both sides. There’s the band logo that’s printed on the right side and part of the beautiful and fitting artwork print that’s made by Nate Burns on the left side which looks epic
Sizes for reference –
Small: Waist 30″ / Length 40″ Medium: Waist 32″ / Length 41″
Large: Waist 34″ / Length 42″
Extra Large: Waist 36″ / Length 43″
Extra Extra Large: Waist 38″ / Length 44″
Extra Extra Extra Large: Waist 40″ / Length 45″
It is better to order more than one product to save on shipping costs. Orders of over 1 kg will be automatically upgraded to DHL/UPS Express shipping method.
shipping out on or around December 16, 2022
From the country that gave us some of the earliest and best known doom metal bands such as Thergothon, Skepticism and Shape of Despair, we have the unheralded gem of a band in Arche who are giving their own masterful touches to that sound. Their music is an immaculate expression of ethereal, moving, atmospheric doom metal that has everything in the right proportions. It’s impeccably balanced too, with just the right amount of emotive appeal when too many bands overindulge in oppressive melodrama, and the heavier influences remain seamlessly integrated into the sound instead of coming across as forced and sticking out abruptly. As if having a mind and heart of its own, the music flows uninterruptedly and finds its own path and remains content with it, keeping up the slow yet constant pace through the ups and downs of life. The most endearing quality about this record however is just how sincere it sounds, and when it comes to sentimental music of this sort, there is nothing more important. It reeks of pure understated class.
For fans of – Mournful Congregation, Evoken, Skepticism, Doom:VS, Officium Triste
E. Kuismin – Electric and acoustic guitars, bass, keyboards, vocals
V. Raittila – Drums, backing vocalsArtwork by Nate Burns/Revolting Worship