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Experience the Elemental Doom Drone of BONGBONGBEERWIZARDS “Slumber”

If you’ve ever wondered what an elemental conjuring sounds like, I think it would be something like the deep, droning doom of BongBongBeerWizards. This is the kind of music your experience physically as much as sonically, even through my headphones there’s a resonance rattling my bones. Today we’re sharing a behemoth of a track called “Slumber” set to a hypnotic video by Natalie Plaskura. Their third album, Ampire, is out June 24th via Electric Valley Records — stay tuned for pre-orders starting May 5th here and here. Now, lie down in the dark and experience your eternal “Slumber” here…

“Slumber” will be the last song on our upcoming LP Ampire and will round up the wander of our priests. Soundwise, it’s a meditational piece with emphasis on a bass riff that was provided by our bassist while changing rehearsal spaces. Its denseness and repetitive structure resemble the struggle of every major wander you put yourself through with the revealing moment of awe standing on the summit.

Vinyl formats:
– 4x Test Press
– 250x Transparent Purple Vinyl
– 220x Neon Green Splatter Black Vinyl
– 30x Ultra LTD “Bong Edition”

Art by Natalie Plaskura
Written By

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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