hese are high quality shorts that are made from extra thick and soft 100% cotton material that’s furthermore pre-washed to avoid any shrinkage issues. They come with a drawstring for comfortable fitting and have pockets on both sides. There’s the band logo that’s printed on the right side and part of the sick and fitting artwork print that’s made by Luke Oram on the left side which looks epic.
Sizes for reference –
Small: Waist 30″ / Length 21″ Medium: Waist 32″ / Length 22″
Large: Waist 34″ / Length 23″
Extra Large: Waist 36″ / Length 24″
Extra Extra Large: Waist 38″ / Length 25″
Extra Extra Extra Large: Waist 40″ / Length 26″
Orders of over 1 kg will be automatically upgraded to DHL/UPS Express shipping method.
Shipping on or around 23rd September 2022
Two years after the release of their highly acclaimed full length ‘Unending Futility’, UK’s strongest purveyors of classic death metal Live Burial return with a new full length which is a staggering improvement over it in all conceivable ways. As if new techniques have been unlocked, the songwriting on this record is far more intricate and multi-faceted, with the band not only relying on their trademark lurching doomy death metal crawl but also expanding upon the scope by adding new textures and influences, including those sounding Finnish in origin. Despite these enhancements in sound, the music has only become faster, more aggressive and scathing, with vocals being acerbic enough to melt flesh but also somehow carry emotion, which in turn are magnified by excellent lead-playing. This is the culmination of the purest form of death metal worked upon to make it relevant, nay, cutting-edge in terms of extremity, technical proficiency and even emotive capability where this old school style of music goes.
FFO: Asphyx, Unleashed, early Atrocity, Morgoth, early Vermin, Skeletal Remains, Thorn, Heads For The Dead
releases September 23, 2022
Line up –
Jamie Brown – Vocals
Rob Hindmarsh – Guitars
Jake Bielby – Guitars
Lee Anderson – Bass
Matthew Henderson – Drums
Artwork by Luke Oram (Slugdge)