Heaving Mass | Sea Chanty

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Sea Chanty

by Heaving Mass

A skillful blend of earth-shaking metal riffery with a keen sense of rhythm, resulting in songs that trot along deftly at quick tempos while still carrying enough weight and gravity to satisfy the most doom and hardcore obsessed listeners.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Sludge Metal
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1. Invasive Species
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2. Dark Ages
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3. Sea Chanty
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Album Notes
The Chicago trio thrusts some tasty, lead-weighted guitar riffs right at you while the drums knock you around hard. Heaving Mass remind me of the old days of theatrical metal. In particular, “Dark Ages,” gives me a Judas Priest vibe. Good stuff.
Audrey Leon - Loud Loop Press:

Jason Mateosky – Sleepless
Chicago shredders Heaving Mass open up their solid debut EP with a brutal salvo of cleanly recorded drums, lending momentum to guitarist/vocalist Adam Norden's guttural snarl and heavy riffs. "Dark Ages" simultaneously cranks up the tempo and the distortion, introducing melodic vocals and harmonies to a dangerously heavy mix. Later on the disc, standout track "Sea Chanty" comfortably surpasses the eight-minute mark while walking the plank into slower, more brooding territory.
Jason Mateosky – Sleepless

Heaving Mass, from Chicago, gave us a solid set of heavy head-nodding midtempo power-trio doom riffage reminiscent of Crowbar and a little bit of Sleep but also with a bit of that southern feel.
Chuck – The Centipede Farm


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