1. Through Days
2. Daze of Disintegration
3. Rat Race
1. The End
3. Last Waltz
Funereal directors of rocking doom, Tombstoned have committed their first undead body to the earth. Kicking up new dirt in the old graveyard, with a warm vintage sound that’s as fresh as it is genuine. Dragging along truckloads of smoking riffs and coffins of classic, doom-laden heavy rock and roll, these young stalwarts of psychrock have the real magic of a future classic.
Brimming with southern swamp atmospheres, reminiscent of Neil Young or Woven Hand and dosed up on heavy Sabbathian, timeless riffs, Tombstone’s debut album bristles forth chainsaw guitars that put bands like High Tide ahead of their time. Every bit real-deal purveyors of the finest art, the album is an unforgettable collection of die hard tracks to die for.
Vocals like the bastard lovechild of Ozzy, Robert Smith and Hawkwind-era Lemmy hook you into the gloom in a way that’s been lost for decades. Just when you thought that heavy classics are getting harder and harder to find, Tombstoned show up in a haze of heaving, dusty doom-rock like a shining diamond in vagrant’s tooth.