Debts of Aeons

King Goat - Debts of Aeons
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April 20, 2018 / Release Date
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With 'Debts of Aeons,' King Goat provide a worthy follow-up to their impressive 2016, 'Conduit.'

The album starts off with a surprisingly groovy number in "Rapture" that features a stronger-than-ever vocal performance from Anthony Trimming and some solid riffing throughout. It's a long song, at 9 and a half minutes, but it never overstays its welcome and sets the tone early for the album. "Eremite's Rest" starts with a crunchy riff, but meddles along for the remainder. It ... read more


king goat return with a strong sophomore album that continue their unique take on stoner doom genre... the production is good enough to hear every instrumental separately... vocals performance has always been the strong point of the band and that's continue to appear also here on their clean and harsh one.. this album may be not strong as their debut as they followed a different path here and i understand that it still sounds unique i think this will be top 10 list of the year

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Track List

  1. Rapture
  2. Eremite's Rest
  3. Debt of Aeons
  4. Psychasthenia
  5. Doldrum Sentinels
  6. -
  7. On Dusty Avenues
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Added on: April 22, 2018