Borracho | Splitting Sky

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Splitting Sky

by Borracho

Ass kicking stoner rock
Genre: Metal/Punk: Stoner Metal
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1. Redemption
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2. Concentric Circles
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3. Bloodsucker
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4. Grab the Reins
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5. All In Play
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6. Never Get It Right
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7. Grinder
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8. Plunge/Return
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Borracho entered Airshow studios in Takoma Park MD in March 2011 to record what would become Splitting Sky. With Frank Marchand manning the boards, they were able to finally capture the sounds and tones they’ve been honing since conceiving the band. With a portfolio of classic Maryland doom and stoner rock records under his belt—including Hellhound Records’ “Asylum” and “Balance of Power” from Unorthodox, and “Center of the Universe” and “Life Out There” from Wretched— Frank brought his incredible talents and impeccable taste to the project, helping the band establish layered tones both honey-sweet and sequoia-thick. The result is a 57 minute, sonically devastating, and musically captivating work that achieves utter heaviness without sacrificing melody or musical craftsmanship.

Borracho’s debut full length has been worth the wait. An initial limited release of 300 copies on CD will be released on the band’s own Livingroom Records imprint, and will be available at live shows, through the band’s website and CD Baby, and for download through iTunes, Bandcamp, and other electronic outlets.


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