Slave Traitor | Black Narcissus

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Metal/Punk: Sludge Metal Metal/Punk: Doom/Stoner Metal Moods: Mood: Brooding
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Black Narcissus

by Slave Traitor

When metal slows down to the doom crawl.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Sludge Metal
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2. Kiss The Divine
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3. Whore Colony
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4. Spark Of Life
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5. Once Is Still A Crime
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Featuring the triple vocals of bassist Marc Burno, guitarist Eric Kempton, and guitarist Jake Willanger along with drummer Steve Hass, Slave Traitor's "Black Narcissus" is providing the US and the rest of the world a glimpse of the shape of things to come from this band of turn-coats and cut-throats.

Slave Traitor's "Black Narcissus" is a 5-song CD done with engineer Greg Williamson at Soundhouse Recording. Mastering was handled by Mell Detmer. Original illustrations were done by William Morris. CD design/construction was by Aaron Edge.

With their debut release "Black Narcissus", Slave Traitor is setting listeners and critics ablaze with their fiery brand of burnt-around-the-edges music.


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Philip Russick

Pretty Good
The more I listen to this album the more I like it. Heavy, catchy, and very entertaining.