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Horizonless

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paul guppy
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paul guppy this record is both gloomy and inspiring. I personally listen to this incredible piece of art whenever i need inspiration to create. Absolutely essential doom!
Eric Peters
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Eric Peters This release has surprised me as my favorite of the year so far. I am not a huge funeral doom fan, but this is absolutely crushing. Favorite track: The Joy Of All Who Sorrow.
Joseph Mikhail
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Joseph Mikhail Utterly captivating in its anguish and distress. Horizonless rips your heart out with razor sharp performances, particularly on the vocal front, then sows you back together empty and lifeless. Compositionally masterful, this is one release not to be missed. Favorite track: The Joy Of All Who Sorrow.
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Six doomed years in creation since their debut LP “Despond”, Nashville, Tennessee melancholic death/funeral doom metal band LOSS have completed work on their new LP “Horizonless”, one of the most anticipated death/doom metal releases of the year set for release on May 19th on CD/2xLP/Digital.

Traveling further into the void and beyond the realms of hopelessness and despondency “Horizonless” is a journey destitute of all hope and redemption, one where heartbreak, total death and never ending despair triumphs.

Produced and engineered by Billy Anderson in the band’s hometown of Music City itself, resulting in LOSS’ most majestic sounding work to date, “Horizonless” forges the LOSS’ sound tapestry into a realm more immense and dynamic; heavier, darker, more melancholic, and sorrowful. Where “Despond” laid down that foundation that gave LOSS the reputation as the saddest and bleakest band in the death/doom metal scene, “Horizonless” forges that funeral march onwards even moreso towards ruin, decay, and utter oblivion.

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released May 19, 2017

Produced, engineered, and mixed by Billy Anderson
Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege
Artwork by Adam Burke
Guest vocals on "When Death Is All" by Wrest, Stevie Floyd, and Billy Anderson

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