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by Speaker Eater

A basement attempting to escape the massive structure overhead.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Doom/Stoner Metal
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1. Soverence
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2. Lord of Hunger
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3. Inalienable Tongues
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4. Hive Mind
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Speaker Eater is a three-piece sludge metal band hailing from Wausau, Wisconsin. Although Speaker Eater aims to keep their songs short-and-sweet, the barrage of energy released is always thick and massively heavy. Matthew Cihaski’s soaring guitar fuzz and David Crook’s bass rumblings blend together to create a wall of sound that can not only be heard, but felt on a deeply visceral level. Thomas Seubert’s furious drumming and tasteful use of polyrhythms are the perfect compliment to their specific deluge of dissonance. Intimidating screams, deeply buried clean vocals, and the tasteful use of piano harmonies tie Speaker Eater’s creation into a uniquely complex sound. The band released their Self-Titled debut in November of 2011 and have been hard at work on their sophomore release, Lords, available in August of 2012.

Speaker Eater take deep pride in a DIY attitude, creating and bringing into existence their merchandise and packaging by hand.


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