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The Tides Will Prevail

Kenoma

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1
33rd Parallel
Kenoma
10:43
2
1913
Kenoma
11:18
3
Curse of Tecumseh
Kenoma
9:04
4
Sleeping Prophet
Kenoma
6:49
5
Nature of Empire
Kenoma
13:48
Total Playing Time    51:42
"... an empyreal debut full-length intricate, beguiling and memorable enough to justify the gestation ..."
- Decibel

"Four Stars ... 50 captivating minutes of heavy sludge-infused riffs and beautiful atmospheric tones ... an extremely solid debut, featuring thoughtful structures and various dynamic textures ..."
- Exclaim!

Dayton, Ohio's doom metal merchants Kenoma delivers its highly anticipated debut album, 11 years in the making. The Tides Will Prevail features more than 50 minutes of Kenoma's brand of stunning, spiralling waves of progressive and atmospheric instrumental post rock packed into five extended tracks.

"This full length Is the product of years of patience, frustration and most of all determination. I think I speak for all of us when I say that we finally captured out true sound."
- Jimmy Magnuson, drummer
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