Sarastro - The Casket Lottery - Real Fear (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Sarastro - The Casket Lottery - Real Fear (Vinyl, LP, Album)
2012
Label: No Sleep Records - NSR063 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Light Blue Transparent • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Sarastro - The Casket Lottery - Real Fear (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Strapped with an arsenal of moody, abrasive guitars, precision bass lines and mathy drumwork, The Casket Lottery return with their strongest album to date, Real Fear; a beautifully cathartic, dreary-dreamlike swirl of grooving riffs that intertwine with singer Nathan Ellis' relentless vocals that transcend into a euphoric intensity for the dark horse album of the fall.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Casket Lottery - Real Fear at Discogs. Complete your The Casket Lottery collection/5(33).
  3. Abrasive guitars, precision bass lines and lathy drum work, The Casket Lottery return with their strongest album to date. Real Fear: A beautifully cathartic, dreary-dreamlike swirl of grooving riffs that intertwine with singer Nathan Ellis' relentless vocals that transcend into a euphoric intensity for the dark horse album of the fall.4/5(4).
  4. Strapped with an arsenal of moody, abrasive guitars, precision bass lines and mathy drumwork, The Casket Lottery return with their strongest album to date, "Real Fear"; a beautifully cathartic, dreary-dreamlike swirl of grooving riffs that intertwine with singer Nathan Ellis' relentless vocals .
  5. Strapped with an arsenal of moody, abrasive guitars, precision bass lines, and mathy drumwork, THE CASKET LOTTERY return with their strongest album to date, Real Fear; a beautifully cathartic, dreary-dreamlike swirl of grooving riffs that intertwine with singer Nathan EllisÍ relentless vocals that transcend into a euphoric intensity for the dark horse album of the fall.
  6. Sep 12,  · Wiretap Records (US, Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Second Nature Recordings are teaming up to release ‘Short Songs For End Times’, the new LP from influential Kansas City indie rock band The Casket Lottery on November 6th. It’s the band’s first new album since ’s ‘Real Fear.’.
  7. Sep 09,  · It’s the band’s first new album since ’s ‘Real Fear. A first taste of their new music can be found below, listen to the standout new single “Born Lonely” now. The Casket Lottery forthcoming full-length ‘Short Songs for End Times’ is described as showcasing the band at their best—their tightest, toughest, most intense—and more than twenty years after their first release.
  8. Explore releases from The Casket Lottery at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Casket Lottery at the Discogs Marketplace. The Casket Lottery: Real Fear (Album) 6 versions: No Sleep Records: NSR US: Sell This Version: 6 versions The Casket Lottery: Anthology ‎ (LP, Album, RE, Gra + LP, Album, RE.
  9. Wiretap Records (US, Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Second Nature Recordings are teaming up to release 'Short Songs For End Times', the new LP from influential Kansas City indie rock band The Casket Lottery on November 6th. It’s the band's first new album since ’s 'Real Fear.' A new track titled "Born Lonely" will hit streaming platforms on Friday, September

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