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The Great Fish

Squalus

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1
The Great Fish
Squalus
4:22
2
Flesh, Bone, And Rubber
Squalus
3:17
3
Town Meeting
Squalus
2:48
4
Swim Charlie, Swim
Squalus
2:36
5
Jack the Ripper
Squalus
2:30
6
Eating Machine in the Pond
Squalus
4:43
7
City Hands
Squalus
4:29
8
The Orca
Squalus
5:02
9
The Uss Indianapolis
Squalus
7:23
10
Show Me the Way to Go Home
Squalus
0:55
11
He Ate the Light
Squalus
4:45
Total Playing Time    42:50
"The Great Fish… is a fantastic album for a great number of reasons, but the comprehensive uniqueness behind the entire approach is the deciding factor that makes it a leading contender for 2017’s ‘Weirdest Heavy Album I Can’t Stop Listening To’ award."
- Last Rites

Squalus are a Northern Californian band that pride themselves on sludge heaviness with duelling, distorted down-tuned bass, squealing guitars, saturated synths, thrashing drums and brandy-soaked vocals. Their debut album The Great Fish... fuses their dark aesthetic with a classic seafaring tale for a truly unique metal record.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Translation Loss Records Studio Masters

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