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Experience the Monolithic Ethereal Doom of BISMUTH’s The Slow Dying of The Great Barrier Reef.

Anyone who appreciates some dream state doom is going to love the new release from BISMUTH. Dry Cough (UK), Rope or Guillotine (NL), Medusa Crush (CA), and Tartarus Records (NL) will be putting out their new LPThe Slow Dying of The Great Barrier Reef. on Nov. 2nd, and today we’re beyond stoked to be sharing it in full below. Pre-orderThe Slow Dying of The Great Barrier Reef.by clicking the links above, and right now you can hit play and let the heavy ethereal sounds of BISMUTH take your mind and spirit to another dimension!!!

Through listening to this album, I hope that the hearer is encouraged to research the drastic and damaging effects our species are having on our only home. However, not all hope is lost; we all need to work together to protect the Earth from ourselves.

We will performing the album in full throughout our tour with Vile Creature. These dates will be the last time we will be performing these songs live in a long time, as we are now writing our third full-length.

 

 

 

BISMUTH UK tour dates:

23.11 – Nottingham
24.11 – Manchester
25.11 – Glasgow
26.11 – Edinburgh
27.11 – Liverpool
28.11 – Leeds
29.11 – Birmingham
30.11 – Cardiff
01.12 – London
02.12 – Bristol
03.12 – Brighton

All dates are with VILE CREATURE.

 

 

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