SLF015: The Great Sabatini:Dog Years
Limited to 500 Yellow 12″ vinyl.
250 Transparent Red (European Pressing).

What The Great Sabatini are doing is creating a wormhole back to that feeling of hugeness, the feral power of a beast threatened and charging out of its cave, the true spirit of metal. The baritone guitar riffs and raw screamed vocals though technical and spot on don’t overdo it, leaving out wanky cliches and getting down to the essence of why the Sabbath genome persists.

Dog Years is The Great Sabatini's third full length album. It was recorded, mixed and mastered by Sean Pearson (Cursed, Shallow North Dakota), and uses a raw, un-polished approach to capture a band with years of accumulated experience touring, writing and recording together. The aim was to create a hi fi document with all of their lo fi sensibilities, grit and live energy intact.

With the songs, the band strives to bring more focus and muscularity to their ideas... to reign in their use of musical devices and create a series of pieces that each expressed some facet of their sonic personality as a band, without wasting too much time, or bogging down the compositions with too many needless bells and whistles.

Each song has a different story to tell, musically and lyrically,so the band hopes to leave listeners with a diverse set of tunes that reveal nuances inside the noise and grime with each listen. Having said that, the weight of every riff, the conviction behind every note, is the thread used to sew it all together. Every tune should represent the balance of precision playing and sonic pummel which they strive for. They want to move people. Not just the heshers who worship the almighty riff, but the folks out there with ears tuned to different marriages of sound.

The Great Sabatini will be touring North America and Europe throughout the year in support.

1. The Royal We
2. Guest of Honor
3. Nursing Home
4. Periwinkle War Hammer
5. Reach
6. Akela
7. Munera
8. Pitchfork Pete
9. Ditch Diggers Unlimited
10. Life During Wartime

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