Fistula – Goat MCD Digipack!

Fistula, deathladen sludge thrashbots, present us with their latest mini-release in the form of a tastefully done digipack MCD. I have always liked their deathly take on the sludge genre, and the artwork is right up my street. This just hit the shelves over at Crucial Blast and I strongly advise you to seek this band out, some samples are provided below for your most welcome opinion.

Ohio is rotting. Fistula once again team up with Crucial Blast to deliver another heavy dose of their septic, filthy, lumbering death-sludge in the form of Goat, a five-song Ep of low-fi and low-end nihilistic filth and rabies-laced caveman thrash with songs based on the ghoulish discovery and subsequent investigation of the eleven decomposing bodies found in the Cleveland home of Anthony Sowell in the Autumn of 2009. This new disc delivers more of the pulverizing, slime-covered sludge and primitive death metal rot that these Buckeye barbarians have been carving out in the back of Medina garages over the past ten years, continuing to follow in the coagulated blood tracks of Frost, Autopsy and Winter, but filtered through Fistula’s uniquely mangled and inebriated scum-haze and utterly negatory worldview.

Fistula’s Goat will be available in early June on both cd and digital formats, and we also have a new shirt design for Goat that features the album’s insane cover art from artist Steve Barcus. The shirt and cd can both be preordered now for immediate shipment once they arrive from the manufacturer, and we also have a shirt/cd/sticker/1″ button set package available as well.

1. Ohio Death Toll Rising ::MP3 SAMPLE::
2. One Chair And An Electrical Cord ::MP3 SAMPLE::
3. The Ones That Got Away ::MP3 SAMPLE::
4. So Far Sowell So What ::MP3 SAMPLE::
5. Mission Accomplished ::MP3 SAMPLE::

You'll find me in the vast wilderness of British Columbia, talking metal at LURKER, or working in publishing and front-end web/eBook development.

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